News: College of Education
Adjoa Mensah's early talent for inventive lesson plans evolved into helping teachers find better ways to use technology.
Borna Nemet juggles not one, but two Ph.D. programs, all thanks to the support of his professors and UNLV resources.
Jannie Nigoza will kick-start her career in Korea after working hard to earn the program grant.
The Class of 2023 shares how UNLV helped them find their paths to success.
The UNLV/CSUN Preschool at the Lynn Bennett Center for Early Childhood Education is about to hit a big growth spurt.
Massive expansion will double capacity and alleviate two-year waitlist.
This is the first time in history that there are exclusively women of color on the board.
A collection of news stories highlighting the experts and student changemakers at UNLV.
COE 303 is a new course helping student veterans transition into academia and a normal life.
Marge and Bill Speer’s love and dedication to each other and the university has been commemorated in what once was their favorite spot on campus.
The program is a two-year pilot initiative that uses various strategies to help diversify the recruitment process for academic and administrative faculty positions.
The new Dunn Family Assessment Collection will support educators throughout Las Vegas and Southern Nevada.