Topic: State of the University 2017

Joshua Shenk
People | September 10, 2015

The acclaimed writer and new executive director of the Black Mountain Institute on the personal nature of art, the importance of creative partnership, and his long and winding road to Las Vegas.

crowd of students walk outside
Campus News | September 9, 2015

UNLV jumps from sixth to second place on U.S. News & World Report’s annual list for “best ethnic diversity,” maintaining a spot in top 10 for fifth consecutive year.

Cleveland Clinic building
Campus News | September 4, 2015

Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health and UNLV earn $11 million grant from National Institutes of Health to tackle Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.

Honors College facilities
Campus News | August 24, 2015

Renovation of the Beverly Rogers Literature and Law Building draws together students and faculty from the Black Mountain Institute, the English department, and the Honors College.

Kristie Berthelotte helps a student
Campus News | August 10, 2015

Changes to advising, an overhaul of the freshman experience, and an emphasis on taking a full course load are getting today's Rebels off to the right start. It's all part of helping students stick with their studies and graduate on time.

Taylor Ross and Mark Yoseloff play blackjack
Campus News | August 5, 2015

UNLV’s Center for Gaming Innovation students break into competitive casino industry with new ideas for games.

Gov. Brian Sandoval signs Senate Bill 514
Campus News | June 11, 2015

Gov. Brian Sandoval held a signing ceremony for the state's appropriations bill on campus today to highlight the investment that Nevada has made in UNLV's medical, hospitality, and law programs.

Metal Rebel
Campus News | June 2, 2015

UNLV’s robotics team goes up against the likes of MIT, NASA, and Lockheed Martin in international competition this week. The humanoid robot, dubbed "Metal Rebel," must navigate a disaster simulation course.

Research | May 21, 2015

Amputation is a serious threat to people with diabetes. A team of UNLV faculty researchers, entrepreneurial students, and economic development experts is working to bring a better way to prevent the problem to market soon.