Topic: gaming

Research | July 31, 2012
A collection of news stories profiling UNLV faculty and administrators who make our community better.
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Campus News | May 9, 2012
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Research | May 2, 2012
UNLV and the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) announced a partnership to co-produce one of the word’s largest conferences on gambling.
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Campus News | November 28, 2011
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Research | November 18, 2011
UNLV International Gaming Institute Report Urges Las Vegas to Embrace Global Gaming Ventures, Invest in Intellectual Capital
Research | June 7, 2011
UNLV study shows Las Vegas needs to promote different aspects of its personality instead of just gaming and nightlife.
Research | April 5, 2011
Professor Bo Bernhard's latest research shows that treatment is effective in helping problem gamblers. He discusses the project and the data that shows these programs are a solid investment.
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Research | February 25, 2011
A UNLV survey finds that treatment for problem gambling is effective.
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Research | December 15, 2010
Local Economy Showing Signs of Slow Economic Recovery, with Moderate Growth Expected During Latter Half of 2011, UNLV Report Finds
People | November 18, 2010
UNLV alumni work behind-the-scenes at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Center to keep the city a top tourist destination.
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Arts and Culture | October 15, 2010
The Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution at the UNLV Boyd School of Law presents a panel discussion with top gaming executives, poker players and scholars who will provide insight into how poker playing strategies can be applied in business dealings, legal proceedings and everyday life.
Research | May 19, 2010
A Harrah Hotel College professor is studying different ways the guest's resort experience can be enhanced through the senses.