News: Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies

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Business and Community | October 5, 2021
“We Need to Talk” series resumes in-person Nov. 3 with a focus on the Asian American community’s positive impact in Nevada and ways to combat anti-Asian hate.
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Campus News | August 4, 2021
A collection of news stories highlighting research, health, and community at UNLV.
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Arts and Culture | July 26, 2021
UNLV sports history expert Kendra Gage’s class on Olympics explores historical, modern collisions between sport and social issues of the time.
Campus News | July 9, 2021
A collection of news stories highlighting remembrance and improvement at UNLV.
Campus News | June 8, 2021
A collection of news stories highlighting celebration, health, and progress at UNLV.
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Campus News | May 25, 2021
Associate professor Mark Padoongpatt will tackle the history of and rise in anti-Asian sentiment and violence in a special episode of 'We Need to Talk.'
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Campus News | May 11, 2021
A collection of news stories highlighting remembrance, recovery, and progress at UNLV.
Campus News | March 11, 2021
A collection of news stories highlighting the experts and events at UNLV.
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Campus News | January 21, 2021
Sustained recruitment efforts lead to increased diversity of students and faculty.
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Arts and Culture | December 30, 2020
A sampling of university experts who sounded off on the year’s monumental movements surrounding race, ethnicity, and gender.
Campus News | December 10, 2020
A collection of news stories highlighting the election, COVID-19, and scientific discovery at UNLV.
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Research | November 19, 2020
Professor Tyler D. Parry expanded his reading list in 2020 to understand this summer's racial reckoning, and look to tomorrow.