Executive assistant in the research division usually starts her day with a run on campus.
MFA art student Lyssa Parks' work "Star Studies" explores campus diversity and the imposter syndrome that some students feel.
The Vegas Effect program guides student-athletes through the uncharted waters of marketing their name, image, and likeness.
Small-town medicine offers nurse practitioners like Marie Peterson
What started as a way to cope with anxiety turned into a lifestyle, one that nursing undergrad Carly Chang is hoping to share with others.
VP of Research Ed Synakowski seeks new opportunities for UNLV to work with federally funded laboratories and new places to play his trombone.
Damore to serve as interim executive director for two public policy research centers at UNLV that focus on critical issues facing Nevada and the nation.
Education professor explores the Black male experience in higher ed, talks about the importance of mentorship, and thanks you for being a friend.
A community internship graduate assistantship allows kinesiology master’s student Kyle Petersen to keep moving toward his goals.
A love affair with books — and a need to complete her degree in order to advance at a library job — led Flora Mason to UNLV, and a lifetime of giving back to Las Vegas.
The Graduate College's executive director of leadership, professional, and career development didn't know what she wanted to be when she grew up, but found the perfect landing spot at UNLV.
William S. Boyd School of Law Alumna of the Year Brittnie Watkins started her career by sitting for the bar exam and defending her doctoral dissertation while six months pregnant, and hasn't slowed down since.