Topic: Innovation 2008

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Research | November 1, 2008
The Atlantic Monthly ranks UNLV’s graduate-level creative writing programs among best in the nation.
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Research | November 1, 2008
UNLV life sciences researchers brought in more than $7 million last year to study topics ranging from the life span of honeybees to global climate change.
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Research | November 1, 2008
UNLV introduces initiatives supporting research and outreach designed to help the community, state, and region address issues most critical to sustaining and enhancing quality of life.
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Research | November 1, 2008
Engineering professor Brendan O’Toole and his team are driven to find ways to protect soldiers through the innovative use of research and technology.
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Research | November 1, 2008
The Harry Reid Silver State Research Award honors UNLV’s most respected faculty scholars, whose work exemplifies the best in Nevada research.
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Research | November 1, 2008
When unsolicited praise for UNLV’s research and graduate programs arrives, it’s good news for both the university and the community
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Research | November 1, 2008
Designed to encourage faculty collaboration and acquisition of external grant funding, the President’s Research Award has also sparked intriguing research projects on subjects ranging from nanotechnology to volcanoes.
Portrait of Satish Sharma
Research | November 1, 2008
Satish Sharma releases the first of four biographical books centered on the relationships between Mahatma Gandhi and the four men he considered to be his greatest influences.
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Research | November 1, 2008
Law professor Thomas B. McAffee discusses the history, context, and impact of the Ninth and Tenth amendments to the U.S. Constitution, which focus on the powers held by the states and by the people.
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Research | November 1, 2008
The focus of UNLV philosophy professor Paul Schollmeier’s new book is the ancient Greek notion of happiness and how it may be applied to our modern lives.
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Research | November 1, 2008
Anthony J. Ferri examines how the concept of suspension of disbelief affects viewer’s emotional engagement with films.
Portrait of María Raquél Casas
Research | November 1, 2008
UNLV history professor María Raquél Casas explores the racial and gender dynamics of interethnic marriage for Spanish-Mexican women in colonial California.