Topic: public policy
Campus News | March 31, 2020
Policy decisions — such as how to allocate student loan and public health funds — rely on self-reported data.
Campus News | February 20, 2020
Law school to hosts conference with nonpartisan experts on health care reform in its continued quest to serve as a reliable public resource.
Research | July 9, 2019
A new study reveals stark disparities in mortality risk among children and youth across several measures of parental socioeconomic status.
Arts and Culture | June 24, 2019
‘Orange is the New Black’ has mirrored real-life circumstances of women offenders since its debut in 2013.
Business and Community | April 25, 2019
Inaugural symposium highlights need for collaboration across academia, business, and government to secure a prosperous American workforce.
Campus News | April 25, 2019
Urban Adventure class draws in multiple disciplines to create a uniquely detailed scenario for students.
Research | March 5, 2019
Unions are fighting for their survival in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling.
Research | August 14, 2018
Law professor David Orentlicher on a solution to the controversy over affirmative action
Business and Community | June 28, 2018
Thanks to strong political engagement programs, Nevada's labor organizations succeed despite an adverse legal environment, according to law professor Ruben J. Garcia.
Research | June 4, 2018
UNLV history professor Michael Green on why the state became a magnet for federal projects.
Business and Community | April 27, 2018
With the Supreme Court's pending sports gambling decision, states are already prepping for legalization.
Campus News | March 2, 2018
A U.S. Supreme Court a decision that would grant New Jersey the right to offer sports wagering would be a net positive for Nevada—as well as Boyd’s Gaming Law program.