Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Programs News
The Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Programs supports student achievement through program improvement through program and curricula review, academic course and degree assessment, new programs and program changes, discipline and the university's regional accreditation.
Current Vice Provost for Academic Programs News
Having played many sports while growing up, the head of UNLV's educational compliance values teamwork.
Amar brings program leadership and innovation from previous roles at Emory University and Boston College; she will begin Jan. 1.
Changes to advising, an overhaul of the freshman experience, and an emphasis on taking a full course load are getting today's Rebels off to the right start. It's all part of helping students stick with their studies and graduate on time.
New UNLV program helps students with intellectual disabilities gain college experience.
Community members and prospective students invited to UNLV April 11.
Vice Provost for Academic Programs In The News
The new UNLV Tuition+ Award Program will provide eligible Nevada residents a grant for 12 undergraduate credit hours of tuition and fees each semester, plus $1,000 for books for the school year.
Today on the Best of Our Knowledge, we’ll travel to Las Vegas, Nevada…and talk to someone who has created an office of diversity at universities on both sides of the country.
The Agenda explores the complex challenges that people of mixed ethnicity face when trying to find compatible bone-marrow and cord-blood donors, the topic of "Mixed Match...
He was a snappy dresser with slicked back hair and a pencil mustache. A crack bandleader, musician and legendary talent scout, he was dubbed the "Godfather of R&B."
The violence that broke out in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend when a “Unite the Right” rally clashed with counter protesters has resonated around the country. One person, Heather Heyer, was killed when a car rammed into the crowd of counter protesters. Nineteen other people were hurt. An Ohio man who was driving the car was charged.
Switching career paths might be a way to weather ups and downs in the job market, but those in the health sciences field seem to be able to stay put.