In The News: School of Social Work

Las Vegas Sun
April 19, 2022

Before Nathalie Martinez graduated from UNLV in 2021, she worked as a student oral historian for the Latinx Voices Project, collecting oral stories in English and Spanish about the eastside of Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Sun
April 19, 2022

Before Nathalie Martinez graduated from UNLV in 2021, she worked as a student oral historian for the Latinx Voices Project, collecting oral stories in English and Spanish about the eastside of Las Vegas.

KSNV-TV: News 3
April 16, 2022

A UNLV junior has been awarded the Harry S. Truman Scholarship for 2022.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
April 15, 2022

One of Nevada’s very own recently won a prestigious scholarship, allowing her to fight for others suffering from substance abuse.

Las Vegas Sun
March 30, 2022

U.S. News & World Report recognized 23 UNLV programs, including 13 from the William S. Boyd School of Law, in its annual list of top graduate and professional schools.

Nevada Independent
January 18, 2022

The night wind is cold and sharp in winter, cutting through whatever worn down clothing you may have. During summer, the heat presses down on you like an unyielding weight from which there is minimal reprieve. Meanwhile, the overwhelming entertainment cocktail of bright lights, beautiful showgirls, and fantastic dining rooms draws most potentially sympathetic eyes — and many would rather look away, anyhow. This is life for an unhoused person in Las Vegas. 

Nevada Independent
November 19, 2021

Homelessness is an entrenched problem for thousands of people in the Las Vegas Valley each year.

Vegas PBS
November 17, 2021

Growing evidence shows that social media is harming the mental health of kids and teenagers. What can parents do to help?

Yahoo!
October 21, 2021

Jake Crandall took a deep pull from his vape as a woman emerged from the darkness of Fremont Street and into the parking lot of the Desert Moon Motel. She gripped the final $20 she owed him.

Los Angeles Times
October 21, 2021

Jake Crandall took a deep pull from his vape as a woman emerged from the darkness of Fremont Street and into the parking lot of the Desert Moon Motel. She gripped the final $20 she owed him.

Money Geek
October 11, 2021

Regarding misconceptions, it is important to remind people that veterans (and folks experiencing homelessness more generally) are not homeless because they want to be.

KNPR News
July 29, 2021

The pandemic has taken a toll even on those untouched by the coronavirus.