Topic: The Interview 2020

Portrait of Physics and astronomy professor Ashkan Salamat in red light.
People | May 26, 2020
Pressure — the highest pressure imaginable — is the name of the game for this physics professor.
a woman and man stand near a cactus outside the chemistry building
People | May 18, 2020
The budget analyst on the reasons she and husband Robert are now UNLV lifers.
A woman stands at a podium, speaking to an unseen audience. An image is displayed on a screen to her right.
People | May 11, 2020
The university's export control officer's path to higher education started in the military.
Sergeant Toni Summerlin, on patrol during the coronavirus campus closure.
People | May 4, 2020
This police sergeant says she’s touched by the support the UNLV community is showing its campus police force during these unusual times.
Computer Science Faculty-In-Residence Jorge Fonseca by server racks.
People | April 27, 2020
Fueled by a long-time curiosity, this alumnus-turned-professor considers his role at UNLV not as a full-time job, but a full-time hobby.
jennifer czajkowski stands near a fence
People | April 20, 2020
This newest addition to the Academic Success Center advising team has discovered a zeal for helping people.
Alice Hasings standing next to a cactus
People | April 13, 2020
The Honors College’s new academic advisor dishes on remote work, flying pizza, and making strong connections on campus.
Darnelle Melvin in front of displays of metadata.
People | April 6, 2020
Metadata librarian Darnelle Melvin says the coolest thing he has found in UNLV Libraries' collections is a hand-sketched map of the original Las Vegas city land plots
man stands next to hey reb! statue on campus
People | March 30, 2020
This go-getter came from Washington to attend UNLV and fell in love — with Las Vegas, and his wife.
woman posing outdoors
People | March 9, 2020
This mom of three has a heart for helping students and cherishing every moment with her kids.
Man on balcony with Las Vegas in the background.
People | March 2, 2020
One of the best things about public health is its interdisciplinary nature, according to practitioner Jason Flatt, who says it allows him to tap into fields as diverse as sociology, medicine, nursing, and psychology.
a photo of katherine marcal standing with arms folded
People | February 24, 2020
Las Vegas was a surprise home for Katherine Marcal. Now she’s working to ensure individuals experiencing homelessness have a pathway to a new life.