News: Office of Community Engagement

Dancers with the UNLV Ewalu Club
Campus News | October 4, 2022

A collection of news stories highlighting research wins, expert insights, and academic achievement.

Deepak Chopra
Business and Community | September 30, 2022

Chopra is a New York Times bestselling author and world-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation; tickets are free.

man surrounded by LEGO models
Campus News | August 16, 2022

Top Tier Award winner Rian Satterwhite helps ignite a sense of community service in UNLV students.

Community members participate in Teen Driver Safety Day.
Campus News | July 18, 2022

A mock crash, 911 audio, emergency response, presentations from a trauma surgeon and fatality team investigators, and more are part of free July 26 event for teen drivers.

Four students work at a station cutting wood.
People | June 16, 2022

Students tackle food and housing insecurity through service to the community.

headshots of a man and a woman
Campus News | May 5, 2022

Edwin Oh uses genetics to improve health while Katherine Hertlein explores healthy relationships and the connection between sexuality and technology.

collage of 4 headshots and a cityscape
People | April 21, 2022

The university’s top engagement awards recognize commitment to the community in four different categories.

man at laboratory bench
People | April 8, 2022

Professor Edwin Oh finds valuable COVID information lurking in our sewers.

Luara Kruskall stands between isles of foot pantry
People | April 5, 2022

Faculty/staff outreach award recipient Laura Kruskall developed a multifaceted approach to address food insecurity while providing opportunities for students.

Deirdre Clemente Associate Professor
People | April 5, 2022

Service-learning award recipient Deirdre Clemente teaches students to use historical knowledge gained through archival research to create new ways to educate the public.

 

woman posing outdoors
People | April 5, 2022

Student service award recipient Abriana Perez volunteered over 200 hours and partnered with others to help more than 5,000 community members during the pandemic.

 

man in suit
Campus News | March 9, 2022

Through targeting hiring, the director of the School of Social Work is helping guide UNLV's work to address homelessness, interpersonal violence, and other issues in the region.