Lee Business School News
The Lee Business School advances the knowledge and practice of business, develops business leaders, and fosters intellectual and economic vitality through the creation and dissemination of knowledge and outreach.
Current Business News
Ian McDonough was a skateboarding, hockey-loving aspiring veterinarian until one international economics class changed his path and his life forever.
The administrative assistant III and business student shares tips on keeping her life organized and productive.
A collection of stories featuring UNLV’s continued flexibility and adaptability in the face of COVID-19.
Helping her children navigate their educational pathways led Debbie Pattni to a fulfilling career in academic advising.
Business professor and socialization researcher Richard Gardner offers tips for coping with unfounded paranoia that you’re not good enough.
Undergraduate Francisco Valenzuela spearheaded drives that resulted in the donation of more than 7,500 pairs of socks and underwear to The Shade Tree.
Business In The News
Las Vegas’ unemployment rate dipped last month as locals went back to work following the pandemic-sparked shutdowns.
Applications are now available for the County’s Small Business Stabilization Grant, which will help local small businesses affected by coronavirus-related closures and restrictions.
Nikkole Liesse is a business education strategist who works to ensure that all students have access to completing their college degree. She also supports local professionals by identifying opportunities to provide lifelong learning for today’s workforce.
She’s preparing to be right but hoping to be wrong.
The hospitality and tourism industries have clearly been hit hard by the Coronavirus crisis. There are questions about how hotels, restaurants, sports and entertainment venues and airlines will come back from the pandemic. The Lee Business School at UNLV wants to know what you think will be the new normal. The school is even offering a big prize for your help. A member of the business school joined us this morning to talk about the competition.
You’ve probably felt it before.
As a new hiree. In a challenging class. Or while making small talk with really, really smart people.