Topic: public policy

Refugees on a raft
Campus News | February 14, 2017
Political scientist Tiffiany Howard explains the causes and potential effects of the thousands of people fleeing Syria’s ongoing civil war.
Jayce Farmer
Campus News | January 27, 2017
The public policy professor discusses trust for politicians, the influence of social media, and the state's next legislative session.
David Damore
Campus News | October 13, 2016
Political science professor David Damore is one of UNLV's go-to sources for context on the state’s hot-button issues.
pills spilled out of a pill bottle
Campus News | October 12, 2016
With overdose deaths at epidemic levels, the School of Medicine is ensuring its new doctors are well trained in pain management treatment.
Voting line
Business and Community | September 20, 2016
Political science professor David Damore on how just a few Nevada votes can turn an entire election.
Ann McGinley
Research | September 15, 2016
Ann McGinley sees discrimination through the lens of masculinities theory
A hiker descends the Angels Landing route in Zion National Park
Research | September 13, 2016
As the National Park Service celebrates its 100th anniversary, UNLV professor Scott Abella explores the conservation challenges officials face.
Workers set up scaffolding
Business and Community | September 13, 2016
Boyd School of Law’s Ruben Garcia shares insight on the employment law issues that loom in this year’s election
girl coloring on yellow paper
Arts and Culture | August 30, 2016
Do you know where your favorite candidates stand on the issues that most affect Nevada children?
Hands rest hanging ourside of jail bars
Business and Community | August 30, 2016
Criminal justice professor Emily J. Salisbury studies how the treatment of inmates affects all of us.
U.S. and Nevada Flag
Business and Community | August 18, 2016
​Political science professor Dan Lee on the seesaw nature of the Silver State.
voting booths
Research | August 12, 2016
​Political science professor John Tuman on how the Latino immigrant vote might mean more than ever to candidates this season.