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Business Affairs News

Business Affairs is committed to serving the needs of UNLV students and employees, community members, and customers.

Current Business Affairs News

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Campus News | December 1, 2022

As part of the Top Tier 2.0 strategic plan, UNLV introduces a set of core values to help guide future actions and build a more welcoming, inclusive campus environment.

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People | July 18, 2022

Former Lady Rebel now racking up the assists with her UNLV Facilities Management team.  

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Research | June 23, 2022

Here's how UNLV's radiochemistry program is building a diverse workforce for the nation's nuclear energy sector.

 

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Campus News | June 22, 2022

UNLV teams up with the region's Weapons of Mass Destruction Working Group.

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Campus News | March 25, 2022

Using clear language and proper formatting in digital files ensures individuals with disabilities have access to information while promoting an inclusive campus culture.

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Campus News | March 18, 2022

By tapping into expertise on individual campuses, Workday partner program fixes bugs faster and brings new features to system.

Business Affairs In The News

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
November 16, 2022

Las Vegas police are investigating allegations that former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles orchestrated a home sales scheme to personally benefit from property sales handled by his office, sources familiar with the matter told the Review-Journal.

Marijuana Venture
September 8, 2022

Building and maintaining an online presence for your cannabis business has become critical in today’s increasingly competitive environment. But because federal legislation prohibits cannabis sales, marketing and advertising your products at the national level remains virtually impossible. While online marketing is one of the best ways to reach your target market, there are significant limitations that must be considered carefully before embarking on a digital cannabis campaign.

World News Era
July 22, 2022

Call it the Great Resignation or the great realignment, reshuffle, reevaluation or something else. Tight labor markets and worker turnover are worrying college leaders.

Higher Ed Dive
July 22, 2022

Retention and turnover were frequent topics at the National Association of College and University Business Officers’ annual meeting. So were solutions.

Las Vegas Review Journal
July 18, 2017

Less than two weeks after UNLV’s chief finance boss left his post, a permanent replacement has been named. Jean Vock will join the university as vice president for finance and business and chief financial officer effective Aug. 28, replacing Gerry Bomotti, who held the position for nearly 13 years.

Las Vegas Review Journal
July 6, 2017

UNLV’s finance boss of nearly 13 years is resigning at the end of this week. Gerry Bomotti, who joined the university in September 2004, is leaving his post as senior vice president of finance and business for unknown reasons. UNLV spokesman Tony Allen said Bomotti’s resignation came after a “conversation between the president and Bomotti,” declining to provide any specifics.

Recent Business Affairs Accomplishments

June 17, 2022
Susan Wynn (Business Affairs) will be co-presenting a session at the National Association of College and University Business Officer's (NACUBO's) 2022 Annual Meeting. The presentation is called "Get Stuff Done (GSD)! Essential Skills and Tools for the GSD Leader." Her co-presenters are Nyeva Agwunobi (Rice University), Heather Crews (University…
April 28, 2022
Rebecca T. Barber (Financial Planning, Budget, and Analysis), along with several co-authors from Arizona State University and Virginia Tech, published a new article, "Emergency Fostering of Dogs from Animal Shelters During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Shelter Practices, Foster Caregiver Engagement, and Dog Outcomes"  in Frontiers in Veterinary Science.…
March 7, 2022
Musa Pam (Facilities Management) presented a session, “Championing Anti-Racism in Facilities Management and Beyond,” at APPA, the association for facilities management professionals’ Facilities Symposium in November.  The presentation used data for front-line facilities workers to explore why minorities are underrepresented in leadership…
October 26, 2021
Brian Rowsell, Reginald Stewart, and Christina Hall (all Risk Management and Safety), serving as the RMS Radiation Safety Team recently received a       certificate of achievement for excellence in reporting from the Nuclear Materials Management and Safeguards System (NMMSS) . The NMMSS tracks the movement and uses of domestic nuclear materials…
May 5, 2021
John Starkey (Business), Savannah Baltera (Campus Life), Amy Carito (Business Affairs), Amber Sevart (Student Engagement and Diversity), and Liane Lee (Alumni) headed an awareness and fundraising event in April on behalf of the Administrative Faculty Committee that benefited the local nonprofit Project 150. Project 150 is an organization dedicated…
February 26, 2021
Rebecca Barber (Business Affairs), along with co-authors from Arizona State and Virginia Tech, published "Investigating the Impact of Brief Outings on the Welfare of Dogs Living in US Shelters" in a special issue of the journal Animals that was focused on the welfare of animals in animal shelters. This study found that short (2.5-hour) outings did…