Topic: lecture

A student kneels with a paint brush to put a fresh coat of white paint on a wall.
Campus News | February 11, 2019
Rebels volunteer across the Las Vegas Valley. Bonus: The latest Barrick Lecture on race and racism.
series of color blocks
Arts and Culture | October 3, 2018
The current MGM Art & Culture visiting artist discusses his process and new work, "Vendarta 100: Six Elements and the Seasons."
image of dry prairie grass
Arts and Culture | September 28, 2018
The Visiting Artist Lecture Series features a diverse array of some of the most compelling artists and thinkers working in the art world today.
Macau at night
Campus News | July 5, 2018
Macau’s ambiguous sovereignty is a key factor in the remarkable revenues produced by the city’s casinos. Learn more at the Eadington Lecture.
Martin Puchner
Arts and Culture | April 10, 2018
Harvard professor and Norton anthology editor Martin Puchner on the importance of World Literature and how it can impact students.
exterior of law building
Campus News | February 26, 2018
The 2018 lecture focuses on gender and negotiations, upending some false theories and outlining effective strategies for men and women.
event flyer
Arts and Culture | November 30, 2017
Hickey has written for such publications as Rolling Stone, Art News, Art in America, Artforum, Harper's Magazine, Vanity Fair, and many others.
A conductor leads an orchestra.
Arts and Culture | November 27, 2017
Interest in classical music is fading. What does that tell us about how we arrived at the current state of culture?
Arts and Culture | September 19, 2017
The internationally acclaimed art critic will deliver two lectures on art and writing.
Constancio Arnaldo
Research | March 29, 2017
Get into the world of Filipino boxing and masculinity through postdoctoral scholar's research.
Jonathan Rhodes Lee and Jennifer Grim perform
Arts and Culture | March 28, 2017
Inspired by her research on the period’s music, flutist Jennifer Grim created a first-of-its-kind festival for UNLV and the community.
Supernova 1987A
Research | March 21, 2017
University Forum lecture looks back 30 years to the first time anyone since the days of Queen Elizabeth I was able to see a supernova with the naked eye.