News: Department of English

woman in office
People | August 14, 2020
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.
portrait of Matthew Montalto, Admissions Analyst, Graduate College. 
People | August 10, 2020
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.
view of UNLV building and Las Vegas skyline
Arts and Culture | May 16, 2020
English professor Claudia Keelan's poem finds a graduating class in the midst of perhaps the most unusual circumstances surrounding commencement in UNLV history.
professor in empty classroom
Campus News | April 24, 2020
As instruction moves online, educators and students adapt
Alice Hasings standing next to a cactus
People | April 13, 2020
The Honors College’s new academic advisor dishes on remote work, flying pizza, and making strong connections on campus.
John Bowers poses in front of a bookshelf.
People | December 2, 2019
The longtime English professor says teaching Tolkien at UNLV helped him make his greatest literary discovery.
A man in  a blue shirt stands behind a chair.
People | October 24, 2019
College of Liberal Arts Alumnus of the Year Greg Morris stays active in university activities, and sent two of his sons to the School of Law.
Hanna Andrews holding books in front of the Academic Success Center
People | October 7, 2019
She is inspired by the goals, values, and dreams of her students at the Academic Success Center.
woman in home library
People | October 1, 2019
Her love of books continually drew Alumna of the Year Beverly Rogers back to UNLV as both a student and donor.
various book covers
Arts and Culture | August 4, 2019
From works providing context for today's political issues to the unexpected inspiration of sheep, Black Mountain Institute staff offer their recommendations.
Steven Sexton, assistant professor of English
People | May 20, 2019
This assistant professor of English pursued varied academic interests but found his purpose studying the stories of indigenous peoples.
Karsyn Wilson sitting on stage in an empty theater.
Research | May 1, 2019
Through interviews and writing, this Research & Creative Honors Program participant discovered how storytelling empowers marginalized groups.