Topic: Top Tier

signage that says "research"
Research | March 21, 2018
UNLV research administrators on creating an environment to connect faculty from different disciplines.
Portrait Thomas Padilla
People | March 19, 2018
His office mug featuring Data from “Star Trek: The Next Generation” is the perfect fit for this data-driven librarian.
Portrait Graham McGinnis
People | March 12, 2018
Finding a way to merge his interest in sports and passion for science led this new faculty member to his career in kinesiology and exercise physiology.
President Jessup speaking at podium
Campus News | March 6, 2018
UNLV president recognized for work to promote a public understanding and support of education.
Portrait of Jeffrey Ebersole
People | January 22, 2018
This new associate dean for research at the School of Dental Medicine knows how to milk a mouse. Do you?
Alyssa Crittenden
Research | December 26, 2017
UNLV researchers made international headlines this year with their discoveries. Here's a round up of some of our top stories of 2017.
Kinney, Kerlin, Kwang
Research | December 12, 2017
Neuroscientist Jefferson Kinney, museum director Alisha Kerlin, and engineer professor Kwang Kim win 2017 recognition.
Jefferson Kinney working in the lab.
Research | December 12, 2017
Neuroscientist Jefferson Kinney's work with Ruvo Center for Brain Health is improving patient care while expanding opportunities for UNLV student learning.
woman in gold dress
Arts and Culture | December 7, 2017
Museum director Alisha Kerlin is building a network of collaborators from disparate disciplines and inventing new ways to entice the community to campus.
Lied Library
Research | November 30, 2017
UNLV Libraries Digital Scholarship offers a wide-ranging repository of research coming out of the university, accessible to all.
Natesse West Melendez
People | November 27, 2017
One of the first in her family to graduate from college, this new human resources employee feels at home on UNLV’s “rainbow” campus.
man in front of Las Vegas City Hall
Research | November 1, 2017
With partisan gridlock at the higher levels, cities like Las Vegas will be the new leaders in innovative government.