News: Division of Diversity Initiatives

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Business and Community |

The Student Affairs head focuses on fostering upward mobility on campus and in the community.

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Business and Community |

UNLV is emerging as a national leader in fostering the economic mobility of its graduates. For Southern Nevada, that means a healthier middle class.

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People |

Ingrid Perez is among thousands of first-generation students at UNLV carving out their own path to success.

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Business and Community |

Leaders from the nation’s Tribal Colleges and Universities convene at UNLV for American Indian Higher Education Consortium annual summer meeting. 

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People |

UNLV senior Mae Agbilay's research shapes programming for Native American youth.

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Campus News |

Research drives how programs serve youth.

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Campus News |

Alliance sets 2030 goal to double Hispanic doctoral students and increase number of Hispanic professors by 20%.

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Campus News |

UNLV presents the Best Teaching Practices Expo 2022 in hybrid format.

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People |

Keren Jean-Charles works through the university's Minority-Serving Institution Student Council to help other students thrive at UNLV.

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Campus News |

Deadline for faculty and staff to register for the spring UNLV Equity Institute is Dec. 17.

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Business and Community |

UNLV will join nationwide list of eligible higher education institutions for the organization's national scholarship program.

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Campus News |

UNLV moves from second into a four-way tie for first in annual U.S. News & World Report list for “campus ethnic diversity.”