News: College of Education

Stephanie McLaughlin
Research | April 7, 2017
Scholar's research on campus inspires more work to increase the Las Vegas community’s access to quality mental health care.
student-to-counselor ratio: 508-to-1
Research | April 5, 2017
Education policy experts stress the importance of access to mental health care in schools as counseling professions categorized as “bright outlook” occupations for workforce development.
preschoolers excercise
Research | March 29, 2017
Education policy experts explore why Nevada must prioritize STEM educational experiences for all children, and why waiting until kindergarten is too late.
Denise Dávila sits at a table with children's books
People | March 27, 2017
This College of Education professor says that UNLV's diversity and school spirit were among the factors that drew her here.
Several childrens backpacks hanging on the wall
Research | March 22, 2017
Education policy experts explore how growing the pool of high-quality, diverse teachers benefits students and the state alike.
Scene at a job fair
Business and Community | March 15, 2017
Innovative funding programs, policies to promote post-secondary education will help Nevada keep pace.
Erika Torres teaches a fifth-grader
Business and Community | March 8, 2017
Education policy experts explore how to grow interest among students in highly technical industries and what that means for Nevada’s economy.
Erica Marti and students assembles a portable solar energy classroom kit
Campus News | March 3, 2017
Solar kits illuminates energy concepts for both teachers and high school students.
visitors look at Shakespeare’s First Folio
Campus News | January 3, 2017
A collection of news stories from 2016 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
compsite of all five people from these stories
Campus News | December 21, 2016
From a home for homeless students to inspiring the next generation of health crusaders — these worthy causes will warm your heart during the holidays.
Sam Song
People | October 3, 2016
A younger relative’s brush with gangs and the school's indifference to his situation set this College of Education professor on his career path.
silhouette of student walking on campus during sunset
Research | August 23, 2016
Education professor Stefani Relles on how paying for a college education is progressively harder, especially for low-income and minority students.