Topic: community engagement

image of UNLV campus at sunset
Business and Community | October 5, 2020
New program, part of the National League of Cities, will help students with food, shelter, transportation, and other issues.
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Business and Community | September 18, 2020
For nearly 20 years, UNLV Dental Medicine professor Christina Demopoulos has helped Southern Nevada children improve their dental health.
Students point at artwork
Business and Community | July 28, 2020
Grant trains UNLV students to teach science concepts to more than 4,000 local elementary students.
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Business and Community | July 10, 2020
Placements provide students vital experience as they serve at more than 60 local agencies.
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Business and Community | June 16, 2020
MGM College Opportunity program helps workers like Henry Melton complete their degrees and expand the skills they bring to their jobs.
People | June 5, 2020
How a classroom assignment led UNLV alumna Jessica Walters Murrey to a career as a social change communication expert.
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Business and Community | May 27, 2020
The university recognizes faculty and student for their work to improve the wellbeing of Southern Nevadans.
A woman in an Army uniform smiles
People | May 20, 2020
National Guard member and UNLV student Jackie Trujillo finds way to balance helping combat the virus with her studies.
Three children stare at a beaker
Business and Community | May 1, 2020
Carnegie Foundation names university among top institutions in country for community engagement.
A UNLV student adds packed lunches to a crate.
Business and Community | April 14, 2020
UNLV Public Policy Professor Jessica Word on the vital role of nonprofits in good times and in crisis.
image of UNLV campus at sunset
Campus News | January 31, 2020
Newest Carnegie Foundation recognition comes just one year after UNLV earns “very high research activity” status.
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Business and Community | May 16, 2019
Students and faculty lead programs to improve lives in Southern Nevada.