In The News: College of Education

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
July 7, 2022

The Las Vegas Raiders made history Thursday afternoon, hiring Sandra Douglass Morgan as team president; the first Black woman to assume that role in NFL history.

WPTV News 5
June 28, 2022

College athletes now have the right to earn sponsorship money and have more power over their own brands. It’s reshaping the economy of college sports and beyond and providing new opportunities for the growth of women’s sports.

The Denver Channel ABC 7 News
June 28, 2022

College athletes now have the right to earn sponsorship money and have more power over their own brands. It’s reshaping the economy of college sports and beyond and providing new opportunities for the growth of women’s sports.

Newsy
June 27, 2022

College athletes now have the rights to earn sponsorship money and have more power over their own brands. It’s reshaping the economy of college sports and beyond and providing new opportunities for the growth of women’s sports.

Healthline
June 23, 2022

Though female athletes receive more athletic opportunities than they did 50 years ago, researchers say that more work still needs to be done. Increased awareness, education, and compliance with Title IX are needed to ensure gender equality in sports.

KNX News Radio
June 23, 2022

Title IX — 50 years later. We look into its impacts on women's sports.

Psych Central
June 23, 2022

IX turned 50 on June 23, 2022, as the Biden administration announced sweeping changes that would offer protections for LGBTQ students and athletes as well as survivors of sexual assault.

Yahoo!
May 25, 2022

Warning signs showed in the 18-year-old who committed the mass shooting at a Texas elementary school. A UNLV psychology professor, Dr. Sam Song explains the warning signs.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
May 25, 2022

An unfortunately familiar story for our nation.

KXTV: ABC 10
May 24, 2022

Schools in the Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) were closed Thursday for day two of the teacher strike, according to district officials. Officials said that parents should anticipate the closures extending into Friday.

Global Circulate
May 23, 2022

Almost as soon as some schools reopened for in-person learning in the fall of 2020, research was suggesting a tidy, albeit dark, conclusion about why they did: politics. Early analyses indicated that Covid-19 health factors had virtually nothing to do with reopening decisions, and partisan politics could explain nearly all the variation.

Vox
May 23, 2022

What researchers are still learning about in-person instruction during Covid-19.