Division of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement News
Philanthropy and Alumni Affairs is dedicated to building meaningful relationships with UNLV alumni, and stewarding private investment in the university.
Current Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement News
Bradley Boe finds empowerment in a new scholarship for students with spinal cord injuries.
Asking the right questions is critical in helping this "Data Diva" obtain the information she needs to assist UNLV, its alumni, and its friends.
Bruce Layne spent decades attending, teaching, and advocating for his alma mater. Now he's memorialized by Rebel baseball.
Seeing her dean get a pie in his face was part of her greatest day on campus.
University joins the ranks of just 130 institutions nationwide classified by Carnegie as “very high research activity” – or R1 – the gold standard for university research metrics.
Susan Lee Johnson will serve as first endowed chair in Liberal Arts; position will elevate history program to leader in the study of the Intermountain West.
Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement In The News
Philanthropist and longtime UNLV supporter Robert “Bruce” Layne died Friday at the age of 73 after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, the university announced today.
UNLV is launching a two-day fundraising drive next month, in which students and staff will encourage giving back to the school.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas announced its first two-day fundraising drive which encourages students and staff to give back to the community.
Blackbaud, Inc. (NASDAQ: BLKB), the world's leading cloud software company powering social good, today reported strong momentum in adoption rates among higher education institutions seeking an integrated, smart cloud solution set to help improve campus-wide collaboration, strengthen relationships with alumni and supporters, drive a streamlined scholarship process, and advance fundraising and marketing activities.