Topic: coronavirus

Lied Library at UNLV
Campus News | May 19, 2020
As daily life around the country came to a sudden halt in March, UNLV rapidly reconfigured the rhythms of its day-to-day operations and lent its considerable expertise to fighting the virus in Nevada.
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.
view of UNLV building and Las Vegas skyline
Arts and Culture | May 16, 2020
English professor Claudia Keelan's poem finds a graduating class in the midst of perhaps the most unusual circumstances surrounding commencement in UNLV history.
A man stands at a podium in a darkened room
People | May 14, 2020
School of Life Sciences grad used fruit flies to study the nature of obesity.
woman in doctor's coat in hallway
Campus News | May 12, 2020
UNLV internist Rajany Dy says accurately forecasting who will survive COVID-19 just can’t be done.
A silhouette of a UNLV graduate.
Business and Community | May 12, 2020
UNLV’s associate vice president of enrollment and student services provides tips for high school seniors as they transition to college.
doctor talking to patient
Business and Community | May 11, 2020
Dr. Rooman Ahad offers tips and resources for parents of children with ASD.
stethoscope
Campus News | May 6, 2020
Six School of Medicine emergency physicians reflect on what they are learning from the COVID-19 pandemic.
man on riding mower
Campus News | May 5, 2020
Facilities crews keep the campus in good repair despite COVID-19.
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.
A man in a suit pulls a cord on a dune buggy
Research | May 1, 2020
Annual College of Engineering competition will hold all of its team presentations and judging virtually.
detail shot of nursing uniform
People | May 1, 2020
Alumna Ashley Juste credits her time in nursing school for building a sense of commitment to serve.