Topic: hospitality and tourism

McCarran International Airport
Campus News | November 20, 2015
The Dec. 1 University Forum talk examines into the role that airports play politically, economically, and culturally in connecting America’s Western cities with the world.
doctor with patient
Campus News | November 1, 2015
With a flourishing hospitality college and a new medical school on the way, UNLV is aiming to turn talk into a real training opportunity.
Dr. Mark Yoseloff poses behind gaming table
Campus News | April 25, 2013
Donation from gaming industry leader Mark Yoseloff will help students take gaming ideas from the classroom to the casino.
People | July 25, 2012
Years spent fulfilling customers' unusual requests provides UNLV alum Mariann Mohos humorous stories for her book.
U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
Research | November 15, 2011
Tourism experiences 19 consecutive months of growth, but visitors are gambling and purchasing less
Research | June 7, 2011
UNLV study shows Las Vegas needs to promote different aspects of its personality instead of just gaming and nightlife.
Campus News | November 19, 2010
UNLV offers unique venues at the right price for local meeting planners.
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.
Research | May 19, 2010
A Harrah Hotel College professor is studying different ways the guest's resort experience can be enhanced through the senses.
Kathy Nelson poses for the camera
People | April 12, 2010
Kathy Nelson, UNLV professor of tourism and convention management, is among the world’s top event management professionals and is helping develop stronger standards for the industry.
Research | April 12, 2010
Las Vegas has had a legendary reputation for its ability to adapt and reinvent the visitor experience. But today's economy is stressing even the most stable and promising corporations in the world. Does this mean hope is dwindling for recovery and Las Vegas as we know it?
Research | April 12, 2010
For nearly 40 years before the downturn of 2008, the gaming industry had been touted as "recession-proof." But, as the economic downturn intensified and the national gambling spend declined, it became clear that consumer demand for casino gambling was indeed sensitive to larger economic fluctuations.