Topic: The Interview 2020

Portrait of Cheyenne Rogers, Assistant Director of Academic Transitions and Learning Support Acting Coordinator of Academic Success Coaching at the Academic Success Center
People | December 14, 2020

A first-generation student finds her calling by helping UNLV's students navigate their challenges.

Man in doctor coat in front of lights.
People | December 7, 2020

School of Medicine surgeon draws upon his engineering background to make challenging decisions.

Portrait of woman seated outdoors
People | November 30, 2020

After trying a variety of jobs, Karintha Fenley finally found her "perfect fit" in academic advising.

a woman working at a ligtboard
People | November 16, 2020

This math professor strives to find teaching methods that encourage students to enjoy math and pursue further studies.

Portrait of Cecilia Maldonado the associate vice provost for workforce development
People | November 9, 2020

This expert in workforce development says today's students may change careers eight to 12 times during their lives.

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People | October 26, 2020

One of her hobbies has taught the lab safety manager that sometimes the victor is the one who just keeps moving forward.

Portrait of Officer Ryan Willman of UNLV Campus Police Services
People | October 19, 2020

As he patrols campus, police officer Ryan Willman enjoys seeing students and picking up on the energy they project.

Portrait of Kevin Wright, assistant director for Student Diversity and Social Justice
People | October 12, 2020

This founding member of UNLV's Anti-Black Racism Task Force began questioning unfair practices in high school — and nearly got suspended for it.

Alice Corkill sitting at a table in a garden.
People | October 5, 2020

Inspired by an instructor during her undergraduate years, the education professor now strives to similarly motivate her students.

Haroon Stephen stands in front of the Engineering Complex.
People | September 28, 2020

An early adopter of online teaching, this professor understands that technology is both a curse and a blessing.

Aidy Weeks sitting on couch.
People | September 21, 2020

The university's commitment to diversity drew this health sciences librarian to UNLV.