News: University Libraries

two students walking into a study room with a dedication sign on the doorway
People | November 22, 2022

The Brayden Smith Group Study Room acknowledges the time the alumnus spent studying at Lied Library.

UNLV cheerleaders during 2022 homecoming
Campus News | November 8, 2022

A collection of news stories highlighting UNLV students and faculty who made headlines locally, regionally, and internationally.

books related to Nevada plantlife
Arts and Culture | October 26, 2022

UNLV Special Collections exhibition showcases the work produced by activists, artists, and researchers dedicated to protecting the land and species that make Nevada unique.

close up of Tyler Merritt's face as he's smiling
Campus News | October 17, 2022

The event is the next in the We Need To Talk: Conversations on Racism for a More Resilient Las Vegas series sponsored by the UNLV University Libraries and the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs.

Kirk Kerkorian Medical Education Building Grand Opening
Campus News | October 12, 2022

The facility boasts a number of state-of-the-art features that will train new generations of Nevada physicians.

photo illustration of woman leaning against rail
People | October 6, 2022

The web specialist is helping create a better user experience on the Libraries website. 

Dancers with the UNLV Ewalu Club
Campus News | October 4, 2022

A collection of news stories highlighting research wins, expert insights, and academic achievement.

older man and woman, who is holding flowers, pose by table
People | September 30, 2022

Before it was UNLV, it was Nevada Southern — and the starting point for Marydean Martin's career in library science, as well as her passion for accessible programs in literacy.

woman poses between rows of books in library
People | September 22, 2022

For Emily Powers, some of her most important experiences at UNLV happened outside of the classroom — through the Honors College.

Greenspun Hall auditorium during panel discussion
Business and Community | September 12, 2022

Discussion series hosted by UNLV Libraries and Greenspun College of Urban Affairs brings community together for conversations on ways to address systemic racism and find solutions.

Advertisements for The Outlaw on display as part of the "Script to Screen" exhibit in Lied Library.
UNLV History | September 8, 2022

The "Script to Screen: The Howard Hughes Film Production Records" exhibit on display in the Flo Mlynarczyk Gallery on the third floor of Lied Library.

A close up of an opened book.
Arts and Culture | August 17, 2022

From such a simple prompt can come a bond — to each other and to an institution such as UNLV.