In The News: College of Education
The intercollegiate athletics community is digesting the Supreme Court ruling that rejected restrictions on compensating student athletes.
A Supreme Court ruling Monday could have long-term implications on the debate over how and when athletes at UNLV and other universities can make money.
A multi-year digital signage rollout at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has allowed the institution to consolidate its systems while implementing interactive wayfinding, along with traditional digital signage and meeting space solutions.
Professors at UNLV are on a mission to encourage more girls to pursue a career in STEM fields by hosting the Engaging Girls in Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing camp.
And they aren’t the only Southern Nevada municipality taking a more hands-on approach to education.
The City of Las Vegas wants to open a charter school. And with it may come with an ask for $900,000 in federal covid relief funding.
Visix continues its multiyear rollout of a digital signage network for the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), now serving five departments with an eclectic and engaging blend of custom interactive wayfinding systems, traditional digital signage, and meeting space solutions.
Visix continues its multiyear rollout of a digital signage network for the University of Las Vegas (UNLV), now serving five departments with an eclectic and engaging blend of custom interactive wayfinding systems, traditional digital signage and meeting space solutions.
Danica Hays is helping build the teacher of tomorrow at UNLV, and she’s not bashful in saying it’s a community effort.
Critical race theory (CRT), a methodology that recognizes how systemic racism has shaped American history, is under fire from state leaders and parents for its role in the K-12 educational system. Here's what parents should know about this important topic.
Jose Ivan Cervantes arrived in Las Vegas as a high school freshman, speaking almost no English. Now poised to graduate, he’s also advocating for his school, which has faced uncertainty as the Clark County School District considers changes to how English learner students are taught.
Danica Hays will become the UNLV College of Education’s permanent dean after filling the job on an interim basis for nine months. The change will take effect July 1, the university announced Thursday.