Topic: UNLV libraries
Campus News | March 16, 2020
Access to Lied Library Is Restricted to UNLV, NSHE-Affiliated Students, Faculty, and Staff in Response to COVID-19
Business and Community | February 25, 2020
We're all mad at each other online all the time. Why, and what do we do about it?
Campus News | February 13, 2020
Pilot program to offer more secure access to Lied Library at night to continue during spring and fall semesters.
Campus News | December 13, 2019
Check out these UNLV holiday playlists to soundtrack your merrymaking this holiday season.
People | September 24, 2019
New information literacy research helps us determine the information most worthy of our attention.
Research | June 4, 2019
June 6 marks the 75th anniversary of the Allied landing on the beaches of Normandy. As men fought their way through France, it was books like these that helped sustain them during wartime.
Arts and Culture | May 28, 2019
Want to encourage kids to read this summer? Don't shy away from books that take on challenging topics.
Arts and Culture | January 9, 2019
Collection Book.Art.Object, curated by Peter Michel, looks at the books that are, in themselves, art objects.
Arts and Culture | January 27, 2018
Three new exhibitions at the Barrick, along with shows at the Donna Beam, Grant Hall Gallery, and Lied Library, explore identity and form. Public reception is Feb. 9.
Research | June 29, 2017
A new research tool created by University Libraries helps the world discover more connections among the region’s Jewish community.
Research | October 26, 2016
Find out how to take advantage of dissertations, theses and scholarly articles and more, from universities the country over.
Research | October 15, 2012
Six scholars have been selected to complete residencies at UNLV Special Collections as part of its Gaming Research Fellows Program for the 2012-2013 academic year. More than two dozen fellowships have been awarded since the program began in 2007.