Topic: Business & Community

The exterior of Beam Hall and the student union lit up at night
Business and Community | October 14, 2021
Nov. 9 event to provide economic forecast for 2022 along with in-depth analysis about what’s to come for Southern Nevada.
A group of medical students walk down a sunlit hall
UNLV History | April 27, 2021
From a suggestion in an economic impact report to graduating its charter class in just 10 years. Here's how the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV got here and how it will shape health care in Southern Nevada.
nurse administers shot to woman
Campus News | February 23, 2021
From Medicine to Nursing to Public Health, UNLV students are front-and-center in COVID-19 inoculation effort.
box with fingerprint impression mold
Campus News | December 1, 2020
UNLV's Student Nursing Association helps bring program to support grieving families to Las Vegas hospital.
Three men crowd around a computer
Business and Community | October 27, 2020
$1 million awarded to companies innovating solutions to challenges facing hospitality industry in UNLV-hosted competition.
graphic with portrait of man, red background and third-party candidate icon
Business and Community | October 9, 2020
UNLV political scientist Dan Lee examines America’s two-party system and how electoral rules benefit major party candidates on Election Day.
A group of blue donkeys fight two red elephants
Business and Community | October 8, 2020
We're all mad at each other online all the time. Why, and what do we do about it?
UNLV professor Rebecca Gill
Business and Community | October 2, 2020
UNLV political and judicial expert Rebecca Gill explains the history of the United States’ contentious appointment process, how it differs from other nations, and the implications of a recent vacancy.
People | September 11, 2020
Seeing opportunities to meet needs during the COVID-19 crisis, the 2020 summer Ph.D. graduate stepped in to help. 
smiling black woman hangs "open" sign on the window of her business
Research | July 24, 2020
UNLV political science expert Tiffiany Howard examines the lag in U.S. Black business ownership and opportunities for closing the racial wealth gap.
portrait of woman
Campus News | June 4, 2020
School of Nursing grad student Erika Kimble finds success as an entrepreneur in the dermatology field.
exterior of Beam Hall at dusk
Business and Community | April 28, 2020
The Lee Prize compels entrepreneurs to rapidly innovate to safeguard the well-being of guests and employees in the post-pandemic era.