Division of Educational Outreach News
The Division of Educational Outreach at UNLV is committed to creating an environment that promotes quality instruction, professional development, stimulating research, and community engagement.
Current Educational Outreach News
This longtime Rebel and physical education program coordinator is helping UNLV shape up inside and outside of the classroom.
Rebel Reset aims to ease return-to-office transition.
Training program will close the digital skills gap and provide an accelerated path for those seeking a new career in the tech industry.
UNLV's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute helps older adults identify new interests while fostering a sense of belonging in the community.
Training course will help participants become FAA-licensed drone pilots and place them at the forefront of Nevada’s booming UAS industry.
Researching career trends and expanding educational opportunities beyond the traditional college experience are among her goals.
Educational Outreach In The News
The Clark County School District (CCSD) Family Engagement Department and the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) Early Outreach Program are hosting a “Super Saturday” event to prepare for university on the UNLV campus, which will take place on Saturday, April 23, 2022 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm
Christine Greengrass, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, received the Golden Star Award for lifetime achievement at the Community Associations Institute (CAI) Nevada Chapter Awards Gala on July 16 at Red Rock Resort, where she was recognized for her leadership and dedication to the industry.
The faces on the video call represented different races, genders and generations. Many of the three dozen participants on the call January 26 looked to be in their 20s, with others likely encroaching middle age.
LAS VEGAS - Ever since Nevada legalized marijuana, the industry has continued to show that it expands every single day.
Recently, Jessica Kennedy was sitting in a quaint little cafe during a trip near the Pacific Coast when she spotted a woman about to do her online banking on a personal computer by using the restaurant’s public Wi-Fi.
Woodworking. Horticulture. Personal fitness training. Hollywood musicals. Cartooning. What do all of these have in common?
Several universities and colleges in Las Vegas offer more than 1000 non-credit or certificate courses every year from which to choose. If you live to learn, I bet at least one of these schools has a course that will interest you.