Entertainment Engineering and Design News
Entertainment Engineering Design is a joint effort among the College of Fine Arts and the College of Engineering. Get hands-on experience designing, building, installing, and maintaining the various facilities, equipment, and technologies used in today's entertainment industry.
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Co-presented by philanthropist Susan N. Houston, the College of Fine Arts hosts the free annual Art Walk to honor the Las Vegas community for its dedicated support of the arts and culture in Southern Nevada.
First-generation entertainment engineering and design major embraces the Las Vegas experience.
Great places are made of great people. Here are a few who made the news in 2020.
Each weekly episode focuses on a different art theme.
Collaboration, confidence-building, and cash prizes are hallmark of product prototype showcase.
Fellowship recipients getting to the heart of bioengineering
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Culture: Art exhibits, theater productions, and more.
The Vicente Rodriguez Memorial Scholarship was established at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2009 in memory of Vicente Rodriguez, who died as a result of an accidental fall less than a week after his 20th birthday.
In this episode we will explore the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Due to its location in the city nicknamed “The Entertainment Capital of the World,” students at UNLV have the unique opportunity to study the hospitality and entertainment industries in their own backyard - Las Vegas. In addition to having a Digital Experience Lab focused on entertainment design, and a robotics lab using virtual reality to guide robots to new heights, UNLV is recognized by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education as a “very high research activity” R1 public research university. Get ready to experience the University of Nevada, Las Vegas!
Hundreds of UNLV engineering students have a chance to launch their careers with a job fair featuring 90 companies Thursday.
Talk about a fun day at school. More than 800 Clark County students got to learn about the construction industry.