Topic: student profile

People | May 9, 2011
Wali Zaidi and fellow engineering students win the international Humanitarian Technology Challenge with their plan for bringing electricity to people in rural areas of the world.
People | April 21, 2011
Karla Washington wanted more than no-benefit jobs. At UNLV she found direction and a career.
Campus News | January 11, 2011
Engineering and business students team up to turn classwork into moneymaking products at the fall Senior Design Competition.
man stands by solar array
Research | November 16, 2010
The ideas of UNLV students are helping companies get closer to launching more viable alternative energy solutions.
Engineering graduate poses by solar array
Research | September 3, 2010
Some of UNLV's brightest students are harnessing the power of the sun's rays to improve clean energy technology.
Man swimming with a dolphin
People | June 18, 2010
A partnership between UNLV and The Mirage Dolphin Habitat helps students learn the ins and outs of training dolphins.
Leisl Carr Childers sits at desk
Research | May 27, 2010
Graduate student Leisl Carr Childers is studying the often contentious relationship between the federal government and ranchers in Nevada.
People | May 4, 2010
Michael Dakduk and Shipra De received highly competitive national scholarships to further their education.
U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
People | April 8, 2010
Shipra De, A Triple Major at UNLV, Among an Elite Group of Aspiring Scientists, Mathematicians and Engineers Honored with 2010 Scholarship
U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
People | April 5, 2010
Michael Dakduk Recognized for Leadership Potential and Intellectual Ability From a Field of Nearly 600 Candidates
Research | July 22, 2009
A life sciences doctoral student is exploring the habitat choices of speckled rattlesnakes in the Mojave Desert. This research will help hikers avoid them during hiking season and improve conservation efforts for the desert serpents.