Topic: Research

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Research | October 20, 2009
Jennifer Livengood Examines How Spirituality is Linked to Leisure Activities
Research | September 30, 2009
Volcanologist’s career, UNLV programs develop as nuclear waste repository battle drug out.
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Research | September 1, 2009
Regents’ Creative Activity Award recipient; research on physical stability and Parkinson’s disease; the National Clean Energy Summit; and the health status of Nevada’s kindergartners.
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Research | September 1, 2009
Programs in the UNLV College of Education and William S. Boyd School of Law have earned rankings from the annual national survey of universities.
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Research | August 29, 2009
UNLV President Dr. Neal J. Smatresk and Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate College Dr. Ron Smith welcome readers to the Fall 2009 issue of Innovation.
Portrait of Glenn Casale
Research | August 29, 2009
Glenn Casale has been recognized by the Nevada System of Higher Education for his outstanding creative accomplishments.
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Research | August 29, 2009
Researchers have found that a change in patients’ focus can reduce trips and falls.
Picture of speakers at Clean Energy Summit
Research | August 29, 2009
Experts in renewable energy from around the world came to campus to discuss research and policy matters.
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Research | August 29, 2009
The data compiled on over 11,000 students will be used to improve the health and academic success of children across the state.
Research | July 23, 2009
Psychology professor Marta Meana appears on The Oprah Winfrey Show and discusses what ignites desire in women.
Tom Wright poses in front of a map
Research | July 22, 2009
History professor Thomas Wright explores government repression in Latin America in his award-winning book.
Research | July 22, 2009
Researchers find that artificial turf temperatures may be too hot for summer fun.