College of Liberal Arts News
The College of Liberal Arts offers students a well-rounded education in the humanities and social sciences, and provides students with a solid foundation for a lifetime of learning and discovery.
Current Liberal Arts News
Online master’s program for School of Nursing ranks 7th overall and College of Education earns highest-ever placement at 35th; Liberal Arts’ online bachelor’s in psychology debuts at 26th.
Writing isn’t a talent of a select few; it’s a skill we all can improve upon, says the new director of the UNLV Writing Center.
Sustained recruitment efforts lead to increased diversity of students and faculty.
Brenden Oliva offers tips for optimizing online classes for mobile devices at Best Teaching Practices Expo.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV experts and their analysis of all things politics in 2020.
As the pandemic tightened its grip on Nevada, the nation, and the world, UNLV responded in ways big and small. Members of the media also turned to UNLV's faculty experts for answers.
Liberal Arts In The News
Seventy years ago, an atomic blast detonated in a remote, sprawling swath of desert known as Frenchman Flat was seen and felt in Las Vegas, 65 miles to the southeast.
Seventy years ago, an atomic explosion detonated in a remote and extensive strip of desert known as the Frenchman Flat was seen and felt in Las Vegas, 65 miles to the southeast.
It's what one viewer knows all too well.
It's been booted off Amazon's web services and kicked off app stores. Now, the Henderson-based social media platform Parler could face a federal investigation.
As lawmakers discuss how to hold former President Donald Trump accountable for his role in inciting an attack on the heart of democracy, President Joe Biden must prioritize solving the broader issues that increasingly plague our nation: right-wing terrorism and white supremacy.
When companies like Google, Apple and Amazon cut their business ties with the Henderson-based social media site Parler by removing its app from their platforms, many Americans undoubtedly saw it as a positive step toward curbing the violent right-wing extremism that is plaguing the nation.