In The News: William F. Harrah College of Hospitality
The 13-year-old Strip-powered food fest known as Vegas Uncork’d will not be returning this year, but don’t be worried about big spring plans for culinary events. UNLVino, which celebrated its 45th year of raising money for scholarships for students in the UNLV Harrah College of Hospitality in 2019, has transformed into the Evolution Las Vegas Food & Wine Experience, set for April 18 at the new Caesars Forum Convention Center.
Beginning in World War II and continuing through the Cold War, public-sector biomedical and technology research led to discoveries that produced unprecedented economic and job growth, reshaped the aerospace and pharmaceutical industries and led to new inventions such as computers and the internet.
With a nod to the past and eyes set squarely on the future, on April 18, 2020, the long-running UNLVino will transform into the EVOLUTION Las Vegas Food & Wine Experience; a multi-sensory festival with a focus on immersive activations designed around the best chefs, winemakers, brewmasters, and distillers in the world.
With a nod to the past and eyes set squarely on the future, on April 18, 2020, the long-running UNLVino will transform into the EVOLUTION Las Vegas Food & Wine Experience; a multi-sensory festival with a focus on immersive activations designed around the best chefs, winemakers, brew masters and distillers in the world.
UNLVino is evolving into something new, with a little help from Bobby Flay.
The Women’s Hospitality Initiative (WHI), a Las Vegas-based organization committed to accelerating the development of women leaders in the restaurant and food service industry, has assembled an all-star lineup of regionally, nationally, and globally acclaimed participants for its February 18 culinary celebration, hosted by the Harrah College of Hospitality at UNLV’s Hospitality Hall.
GEDrew is a brown rice with an odd kernel trait that sidelined its commercial prospects. Now, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists' re-examination of the trait and its link to increased antioxidant levels could give the rice variety a new commercial lease on life.
There have been many articles published in recent months, and indeed over the last several years, about slot hold, with many at least partially attributing the industry’s woes to rising hold.
Research and innovation to the South of Nevada has grown in leaps and bounds, and now the city has unveiled a new building at the Harry Reid Research and Technology Park located in Las Vegas.
Research and innovation in Southern Nevada have taken a major step forward with the opening of the debut building at the UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park in Las Vegas.
If there’s strength in numbers, the Women’s Hospitality Initiative is getting off to a strong start. More than 50 influential and successful women in the local food and beverage community have signed on to participate in the organization’s Feb. 18 launch event at UNLV.
The Women’s Hospitality Initiative, the new Las Vegas-based organization that plans to help women develop into leaders in the restaurant and food-service business, now features more than 50 female chefs, mixologists, sommeliers, and restaurateurs for the February 18 culinary event at the Harrah College of Hospitality at UNLV’s Hospitality Hall.