Topic: Business and Community
Business and Community | January 13, 2021
Grant from state of Nevada extends university partnership with Southern Nevada Health District, allows 200 UNLV students to continue vital contact tracing services.
Business and Community | December 31, 2020
As the pandemic tightened its grip on Nevada, the nation, and the world, UNLV responded in ways big and small. Members of the media also turned to UNLV's faculty experts for answers.
Business and Community | December 24, 2020
Contactless toy drive nets more than 600 gifts for local youth with Boys & Girls Clubs.
Business and Community | December 23, 2020
UNLV, community organizations team up for free annual program to turn Christmas trees into mulch; nearly 17,000 trees recycled in 2019.
Business and Community | November 25, 2020
Training in mind-body medicine for stress relief and COVID-19 crisis response offered free to community Dec. 14-18. Register now.
Business and Community | November 24, 2020
Mark your calendars to make a difference for the university and students during an extraordinarily difficult year.
Business and Community | November 17, 2020
Acknowledging the past to address issues moving forward.
Business and Community | November 4, 2020
With donor funding through the Nevada Health & Bioscience Corp., the 135,000-square-foot building is expected to open in summer 2022.
Business and Community | November 3, 2020
UNLV's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute helps older adults identify new interests while fostering a sense of belonging in the community.
Business and Community | October 27, 2020
$1 million awarded to companies innovating solutions to challenges facing hospitality industry in UNLV-hosted competition.
Business and Community | October 21, 2020
Dr. David Weismiller, professor and family medicine physician with the UNLV School of Medicine, says the convergence of COVID-19 and flu season makes it more important than ever to get a flu vaccine.
Business and Community | October 12, 2020
Snail mail ballots have a long history of success, says UNLV historian Michael Green, so why all the controversy?