A collection of news stories highlighting the experts and student changemakers at UNLV.
The religious studies coordinator talks about the 'petri dish of hope' that is UNLV.
Longtime administrator and pioneering professor was instrumental in moving UNLV past its "Tumbleweed Tech" days.
Liberal Arts faculty tackle affordability of course materials in first-year seminars as campus begins incorporating more open access resources.
U.S. News & World Report’s annual list of top graduate and professional schools ranks 26 UNLV programs within nation’s top 100.
Brenden Oliva offers tips for optimizing online classes for mobile devices at Best Teaching Practices Expo.
After a semester of learning the behind-the-scenes operations at the Barrick, junior J. Walsea offers advice for any student seeking internships as the pandemic rages on.
UNLV replaces remedial courses with “corequisite” courses so incoming students don't fall behind before they even start college.
‘Dark Days, Bright Nights’ by Matthew O'Brien presents vivid oral account of hope and recovery from homelessness.
Known for pushing the envelope and for being ahead of the curve, English professor and pop culture advocate Felicia Campbell joined the UNLV faculty in 1962.
It may not be the theater Matthew Montalto once dreamed of working in, but the admissions analyst loves his job at the UNLV Graduate College.
English professor Claudia Keelan's poem finds a graduating class in the midst of perhaps the most unusual circumstances surrounding commencement in UNLV history.