In The News: Office of Community Engagement
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), recently executed its first master research service agreement with local medical imaging organization Desert Radiology. The agreement, which is renewable for up to four years, will provide cost-effective imaging analysis services to subjects participating in UNLV research and help generate new business for Desert Radiology.
Long before Vegas became a hockey town or there was even a possibility that the Raiders would move here, UNLV athletics dominated the local team sports scene. While the Runnin’ Rebels basketball team hasn’t had the same success it had in the early 1990s, it still has a large base of support in the community.
On its 61st birthday Monday, UNLV is being recognized again for its diverse campus.
Ten years ago this week, the spectacular death of Lehman Brothers began the financial chaos that preceded the Great Recession.
For the second year in a row, UNLV was named the most diverse undergraduate campus by U.S News and World Report, tied for first place with Rutgers University, Newark.
UNLV is a Minority-Serving and Hispanic-Serving Institution, as designated by the U.S. Dept. of Education, with the report noting that 29 percent of the student body at UNLV is Hispanic.
But UNLV also fared well in the category of Least Debt for the Class of ‘17, ranking at #30.
TOPPS is a mental health program at UNLV specifically tailored to the individual needs of athletes geared toward optimizing performance in sports, and life.
Gripping a baseball in her Arizona Diamondbacks-detailed 3D-printed hand, 8-year-old Hailey Dawson leaned forward and pitched her 22nd ceremonial first pitch to outfielder David Peralta at Chase Field on Saturday.
When people talk about old-growth forests, their minds often drift to northern California and the Pacific Northwest.
UNLV announced an initiative called “The FANtastic 20” on Thursday, a program to improve fans’ experience this football season.
UNLV broke ground today on the Harry Reid Research and Technology Park.
A new doctoral program beginning this fall on UNLV’s campus wants to churn out community problem solvers.
The Trump administration Tuesday discouraged America’s colleges and universities from using race as a factor in deciding whom to admit.