News: College of Liberal Arts

woman in commencement gown and cap
People | April 11, 2019
Here's why the one-time temp worker was snatched up full time within a month of stepping on campus.
four portraits of women
Research | April 9, 2019
Four students on the chances they’ve taken, the confidence they’ve gained, and the dreams they continue to chase.
Campus News | April 2, 2019
Participants hope to tap into pipeline leading to legal and public service careers.
woman in front of posters
People | March 28, 2019
Mariana Sarmiento Hernández, once an undergraduate Dreamer, now helps undocumented students navigate the intricacies of immigration policy.
A close-up portrait of Terry Shirey
People | March 27, 2019
Nevada State Bank President Terry Shirey says high-quality medical school is key to moving Southern Nevada forward.
cartoon of men standing in a circle looking down at camera with concerned facial expressions
Arts and Culture | March 12, 2019
UNLV sports psychologist Brad Donohue on Netflix docuseries "Losers" and a new mental health approach to helping athletes find the silver lining after loss.
Arts and Culture | March 7, 2019
A soft-handed English professor helps stitch together a giant installation with UNLV Transformation Fellow Amanda Browder
Concept illustration of a businessman trying to unplug the brain, sabotage, killing creativity
Research | February 21, 2019
Technology overload is harming our physical, mental, and social health, says a UNLV sociologist.
Two women viewing artwork
Arts and Culture | February 20, 2019
The Barrick Museum's Axis Mundo exhibit explores the intersectionality of LGBTQ and Latinx artists.
Believer festival logo
Arts and Culture | February 13, 2019
The Believer Festival is a three-day roving celebration of writing, music, film, comedy, and visual arts hosted by UNLV's Beverly Rogers, Carol C. Harter Black Mountain Institute. The event is April 25-27, with tickets available starting Feb. 15.
Asian elderly man with two medical providers
Campus News | February 5, 2019
Through progressive grant funding, researchers from three UNLV schools encourage greater use of palliative care among Southern Nevada’s Asian communities.
A photo of UNLV archaeologists Diane and Arlen Chase examining items on the floor of a tomb in Caracol, Belize.
Research | January 31, 2019
UNLV’s Diane and Arlen Chase engage in fieldwork and new technologies to uncover Maya history at Caracol, Belize.