Topic: APIME and International

Portrait of James Cheng, the library data analyst for the UNLV Libraries
People | May 10, 2021

The University Libraries data analyst is collecting data to improve services for students and faculty.

handwritten sign saying "Stop Asian Hate"
People | May 4, 2021

Aldo Barrita uses his skills as a researcher to bring awareness to anti-Asian racism, which has spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A woman stands on the beach
People | March 5, 2021

School of Medicine student Diane Han turns to the ER after an attentive doctor played a key role in her father's hour of need.

A woman practices Hawaiian dance
Campus News | July 17, 2020

UNLV's only annual off-campus orientation, for students coming to UNLV from Hawaii, takes a virtual turn this spring.

A man sits smiling at a restaurant table.
Arts and Culture | September 19, 2019

A new book explores what Thai food in America can tell us about the people cooking it and the people consuming it.

portrait of woman
People | June 13, 2018

This aspiring "world-improvement strategist" hopes that studying in Israel will help her gain a more in-depth perspective on Middle East conflicts and allow her to improve her Arabic.

Marianna Panossi
People | June 20, 2016

Once an immigrant herself, the director of UNLV's office of international students and scholars knows first-hand about the challenges her clients face. And it doesn't hurt that she is fluent in six languages.

Portrait of Michelle Tusan
Research | November 1, 2013

UNLV history professor Michelle Tusan explores the influence of geopolitics in the formation of the modern-day Middle East and the sectarian and humanitarian conflicts that have resulted from western intervention.