Topic: People

A man stands in front of  a staircase, smiling
People | December 6, 2020
Alumnus Parker Hill learned the importance of diving right into any and all problems during Senior Design.
Two men stand flanking two seated women
People | December 6, 2020
Miles Buckner, who came to UNLV after 12 years in civil engineering, learned new tricks through Senior Design Competition.
A man in a red shirt
People | December 6, 2020
Alumnus Noe Santos says getting involved at UNLV was his key to securing lasting employment.
collage of group in canoe on lake and couple smiling
People | December 6, 2020
An interest in Lego and science, and an introductory class at UNLV, led one-time potential graphic design student Iani Batilov to civil engineering.
A woman stands next to a mascot in a skunk costume
People | December 6, 2020
Alumna credits her involvement in a student organization with her current career in aeronautical engineering.
A woman in protective equipment stands at a construction site
People | December 6, 2020
UNLV alumna Brittany Radke applies lessons from UNLV's Senior Design competition in her work as an environmental engineer.
A woman poses in front of the New York-New York resort
People | December 6, 2020
Alumna Valentina Alayon says exploring her options at UNLV prepared her for a career in mechanical engineering.
man in doctor's coat
People | December 4, 2020
Andrew Han plans to practice psychiatry, using treatment that relies less on medication than is usual.
a close-up of demetria bonner in front of plants
People | December 3, 2020
This administrative assistant says the opportunity to help others inspires her.
woman in suit tossing softball
People | December 2, 2020
Through community outreach, UNLV's Becky Pugh helps high school students better understand their path to college.
people gathered around a bicycle
People | November 30, 2020
UNLV engineering alumni look back at how Senior Design prepared them for their careers.
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.