Topic: New Faces 2017

Portrait Hannah Doss
People | August 27, 2018

This new Rebel credits her sister for showing her how to turn her passion for outdoor recreation into a career.

man poses for photo
People | August 20, 2018

New to Las Vegas and to civilian life, this former airman has found a home at the Graduate College.

Portrait Tiffany Ponds-Kimbro
People | July 30, 2018

How Oscar the Grouch and Harper's Bazaar have influenced the law school's marketing and communications strategist.

Mallory Poole talking to a student.
People | December 18, 2017

The prospect of helping student-athletes pursue their dreams and the opportunity to work again with Desiree Reed-Francois drew this new member of the athletics department to UNLV.

Portrait of Kurt Houser
People | December 11, 2017

Mentoring future health care leaders is a priceless opportunity, according to this Community Health Sciences faculty member.

Portrait of Dr. Abraham "Jim" Nagy, Acting Chairman Department of Neurology, UNLV School of Medicine. 
People | December 4, 2017

This neurologist is passionate about helping children — and about improving the medical infrastructure in Southern Nevada.

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.

Portrait of Marieta Simeonova Pissarro
People | November 13, 2017

The new director of the English Language Center says collaboration is key to helping international students attain English proficiency.

Michelle Tomasino portrait
People | November 6, 2017

This recent hire ensures that clinical research trials transfer to UNLV’s new School of Medicine smoothly.

Emily Shreve working with students at table.
People | October 23, 2017

Having experienced a terrible first semester in college, this staff member is determined to make sure UNLV freshmen don't have that same misfortune.

Portrait of Aaron A. Bellow Jr.
People | October 16, 2017

This professor says being able to positively impact people’s lives makes nursing a satisfying career choice.