Topic: Innovation Magazine

Portrait of Catherine Bellver
Research | November 1, 2012
UNLV distinguished professor Catherine Bellver takes a literary journey back to 1920s Spain, exploring the vanguard poetry movement of the time that sprung from cultural progression, innovation, and shifting gender norms.
Portrait of Gregory Borchard
Research | November 1, 2012
A new book by UNLV journalism professor Gregory Borchard delves into the connected lives of president Abraham Lincoln and 19th century newspaper editor Horace Greeley, both of whom wielded wide influence on the trajectory of the U.S. Civil War and have left an indelible imprint on U.S. history.
 Portrait of Peter Gray
Research | November 1, 2012
UNLV anthropology professor Peter Gray and fellow anthropologist Kermyt Anderson have written a book exploring the biological and social aspects of “fatherhood” and how paternal attitudes have evolved across time and in different cultures.
Portrait of Woosoon Yim
Research | November 1, 2012
The Harry Reid Silver State Research Award honors the best of UNLV’s faculty researchers.
Portrait of Jennifer Rennels
Research | November 1, 2012
Meet Jennifer Rennels, one of several UNLV recipients of the National Science Foundation’s prestigious CAREER Award, the highly competitive grant designed to establish leadership in education and research.
Portrait of Dong-Chan Lee
Research | November 1, 2012
Meet Dong-Chan Lee, one of several UNLV recipients of the National Science Foundation’s prestigious CAREER Award, the highly competitive grant designed to establish leadership in education and research.
Portrait of Shawn Gerstenberger
Research | November 1, 2012
The Harry Reid Silver State Research Award honors the best of UNLV’s faculty researchers.
Picture of researcher in desert
Research | January 3, 2012
UNLV ecologist Scott Abella says full recovery of desert ecosystems can take up to 65 years.
Portrait of William Bauer
Research | November 1, 2011
William J. Bauer Jr., UNLV history professor and enrolled tribal member of the Round Valley Indian Tribes, tells the history of the people of the Round Valley Indian Reservation in their own words, painting a picture of cultural and socioeconomic perseverance.
Portrait of Barbara Cloud
Research | November 1, 2011
Before her passing, professor emerita of the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies Barbara Cloud published her book chronicling the history of newspapers and print media in the frontier West and the role those publications played in the economic development of the region.
Portrait of Vik Sehdev
Research | November 1, 2011
Who says research is just for faculty? Meet six of the many UNLV students who know that research is the best way to learn their disciplines, build their skills, and change the world.
Portrait of Mark Muro
Research | November 1, 2011
Mark Muro of the Brookings Institution on the importance of research and development for a prosperous Nevada.