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One of the professors in her department describes administrative assistant Patricia Butler as "the sunshine."
A collection of news stories highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
UNLV Center for Business & Economic Research 2019 Economic Update will include analysis and forecast of local, regional, and national economies; RTC leader will highlight recent transportation innovations.
UNLV Global Entrepreneurship Experience Program students learn about business and tourism at Machu Picchu during the last leg of their journey through Peru.
A triple UNLV alum, Lisa Davis has found her passion for sustainability, helping people, and adventure in UNLV's MBA programs.
Local Peruvian villagers teach UNLV Global Entrepreneurship Experience Program students the importance of community.
Business In The News
Earlier this month a team from the UNLV Lee Business School department of accounting competed in the final round of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) annual National Student Case Competition in San Diego, CA. UNLV competed against teams from across the nation, ultimately winning the competition.
A student team representing the University of Las Vegas' Lee Business School department of accounting has won the Institute of Management Accountants' annual National Student Case Competition, held this year in San Diego, for the third year in a row.
While UNLV's student loan debt is among the lowest in the western United States, Senator Bernie Sanders' ambitious proposal to erase it from the books altogether is intriguing to some students.
There is a lot of talk about free college tuition and wiping out student loan debt, especially after Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders said on Monday that he wants to erase more than $1 trillion in student loan debt.
If you take a drive through Southern Nevada, the scars of the Great Recession aren't so obvious anymore. Where stalled projects once stood, new homes are sprouting from the ground. In the tourist corridor, several under-construction projects are changing the Strip's landscape. And plazas with new eateries and shops are welcoming customers across the Las Vegas Valley.
Nevada is becoming older and more diverse as the state grows, according to estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau.