In The News: Office of Community Engagement
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.
A UNLV sociologist has said that technology overload is harming our physical, mental, and social health.
A new study found that the quality of produce at dollar-discount stores is just as good as grocery found at traditional supermarkets.
UNLV’s College of Engineering hosted 120 students from 48 local schools for “Introduce a Kid to Engineering Day” Saturday, Feb. 23.
Democrat Jacky Rosen stopped by the Las Vegas Readiness Center today, Feb. 20, one of the home bases for our National Guard, to take a look around and to talk about veterans getting jobs.
Unlike a torn ACL or a broken arm, mental health isn’t so evident, and a stigma can remain that an athlete who seeks help is admitting weakness.
It's that time of year where high school students explore options for college and Friday UNLV welcomed hundreds of African American students to find out if they'd like UNLV to become their future home.
It's called African American Scholars Day and all 200 high-achieving African American students are juniors from six local high schools.
A program that started in Las Vegas a little more than three decades ago continues to pursue its goal: Ensure the valley’s highest achieving high schoolers attend college in Nevada, get a top-flight education and don’t take their talents elsewhere.
It’s called the UNLV Honors College, and new enrollment has tripled in the past six years.
Skye Dunfied is a 23-year-old junior at UNLV who is majoring in criminal justice and carrying a 3.9 GPA. Skye isn't your average student, however. She’s been legally blind since she was born.
She has a seeing eye dog named Cindi. Without Cindi, Skye's college experience would be more difficult.