Topic: coronavirus

A medical syringe
Research | May 1, 2020
UNLV’s Director of Bioethics explores whether vaccine-refusing parents will reconsider their beliefs in light of COVID-19.
button with "UNLV Proud Parent"
Campus News | April 30, 2020
The program helps ease parents' minds as students take charge of the details of their college career.
"UNLV School of Medicine" sign
Campus News | April 29, 2020
Internal medicine residents in UNLV's School of Medicine are honing valuable skills as they work with COVID-19 patients and their families.
Closeup woman holding her wrist in pain from using computer.
Business and Community | April 28, 2020
As remote work and distance learning become a way of life, UNLV occupational therapist Donna Costa offers hacks for a healthy home office and exercise routine.
A man washes his hands in a bathroom sink
Research | April 28, 2020
The one big takeaway: hand-washing works.
exterior of Beam Hall at dusk
Business and Community | April 28, 2020
The Lee Prize compels entrepreneurs to rapidly innovate to safeguard the well-being of guests and employees in the post-pandemic era.
A group gathers and eats while a student serves wine from a tray
Campus News | April 28, 2020
A Hospitality class was dedicated to planning UNLVino's successor – until coronavirus forced a change.
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.
Closeup of an African American woman putting a mask on her face.
Research | April 27, 2020
Public health researcher Dr. Melva Thompson-Robinson on why the coronavirus crisis disproportionately affects communities of color.
portrait of woman overlaid on image of nurse working
Research | April 23, 2020
Valerie Barboa's doctoral project already paying dividends with young nurses.
A man in a suit points to a map of Clark County as several students look on
Research | April 22, 2020
Vivek Sah, director of Lied Institute for Real Estate Studies at UNLV, reflects on the impact of the global pandemic on the market for homes in Southern Nevada.
hugging couple drawn onto two fingers
Business and Community | April 22, 2020
UNLV relationship therapist Katherine Hertlein offers strategies for singles and newly dating, longtime cohabitating, married, separated, and divorced partners to navigate quarantine conflict.