Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering News
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Current Engineering News
Alumni volunteers encouraged to give back by helping students develop their professional skills.
Graduate College Alumnus of the Year pulled the plug on a career in electrical engineering and found a new passion in marketing for Credit Karma.
Engineering Alumnus of the Year Jim Caviola has been involved in some of Southern Nevada's most important infrastructure projects.
Students in the Las Vegas Scholars Program find support, sense of belonging and success on campus
With a new semester upon us, UNLV gradually returns to in-person events and operations.
Civil engineering doctoral student George William Kajjumba on his journey from Uganda, diversity in STEM, and what it means to represent UNLV at national and global events.
Engineering In The News
No. 5: AGEM, Gaming Laboratories International continue commitment to giving
A UConn Health researcher and Biomedical Engineering faculty member, Dr. Changchun Liu, in collaboration with a researcher at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, has received a National Institute of Health (NIH) R21 award for their project, “Durable Self-cleaning Fluorinated Graphene Oxide Coated N95 Respirators.”
A UConn Health researcher has won a federal grant to develop respirator masks that could help mitigate the spread of airborne illnesses like COVID-19.
Most people think it’s natural to see a new home constructed from scratch on its own lot. But not Paolo Tiramani, chief executive of modular home manufacturer Boxabl in North Las Vegas.
Today, U.S. Senator Jacky Rosen (D-NV) released the following statement applauding the National Science Foundation (NSF) for awarding $828,904 in funding to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The recent collapse of the condo building in Florida served as a dire warning for the nation’s aging infrastructure problem and the deadly consequences that can result.