In The News: Office of Community Engagement
This Saturday, thousands of UNLV students will celebrate graduation. And one of those students is a trailblazer. Clayton Rhodes is about to become the first student with Down Syndrome to graduate with a 4-year certificate from UNLV.
The new evolving technologies have immense potentials and can significantly contribute to the casino and gaming sector. To advance innovation and research, casino and gambling giant Caesars Entertainment has partnered with the University of Las Vegas to develop a casino innovation hub on the university’s southwest campus.
Caesars is joining with the University of Las Vegas (UNLV) in an exciting new project, the Black Fire Innovation Casino in southwest Las Vegas, which will be a hub for education.
Former Vice President Al Gore is in Las Vegas today. Gore will speak at UNLV at an event on climate change. It starts at 3 p.m. at the Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall. The discussion is open to the public but the ticketed event is at capacity.
An undated photo at Grand Canyon National Park shows the fossilized tracks of an unidentified creature that researchers believe lived about 315 million years ago.
Filmmakers from around the country are filling the city for the 12th annual Las Vegas Film Festival that kicks off Sunday.
Is your child in need of something to do over the summer?
UNLV’s College of Education is offering a free Rebel Academy for students entering 6th, 7th, 8th or 9th grade in the fall of 2019.
A new study from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas found that the quality of fruits and vegetables at dollar stores was just as good as regular supermarket produce, news that could benefit budget-conscious shoppers and those that live in USDA-labeled food deserts.
Can we think outside the (takeout) box?
Martin Schiller is the founder of Heligenics and executive director of UNLV‘s Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine.
When Marcus Civin decided to move from Maryland to Las Vegas to start his new role as Department Chair of UNLV’s art department, it was the diversity of the university that caught his attention.
Nevada needs more nurses, and with the help of a $900,000 grant from the Governor's Office of Economic Development, UNLV's School of Nursing hopes to meet that demand.