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Business Affairs News

Through it's multiple departments, the Business Affairs division plans and manages UNLV's physical and financial resources. We are committed to serving the needs of UNLV students and employees, community members, and customers.

Current Business Affairs News

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Campus News |

Revitalization efforts for Drive Up Drop Off program will include repainting dumpsters and new signage to spread the word about the program's services.

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People |

The equestrian is one of the newest members of the Human Resources team, bringing her leadership development and organizational design mastery to UNLV, one team-building interaction at a time.

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People |

Casey Wyman draws from the knowledge he gained during his many years of military service in his role as Business Affairs' VP and chief financial officer.

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Campus News |

When decorating for the season, learn what you can do to keep your home and loved ones safe.

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Campus News |

Learn how you can become part of UNLV's Climate Action Plan.

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Campus News |

The curriculum includes general and cohort sessions to focus on technical knowledge and professional skills.

Business Affairs In The News

Nevada Independent

The start of classes Tuesday marks the first time students will return to in-person classes since last month’s shooting that left 3 dead.

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español

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

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

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

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

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.

Recent Business Affairs Accomplishments

Donald Johnson (Facilities Management), assistant director of Facilities Operations, recently made a presentation at the Honeywell User Group Conference in Orlando, Florida. The presentation was titled, "Campus Lifecycle Upgrades." The topic was centered on UNLV's long-term relationship with Honeywell, what we have done, and how we plan…
Jerra Strong (Web & Digital Strategy) and Heather Ortiz (Business Affairs) presented a session, "A Blueprint for Becoming an Ally for Accessibility: The UNLV Digital Accessibility Ambassador Program," at the 2023 Western Association of College and University Business Officers (WACUBO) annual conference — "Rising to the Challenge!"…
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…
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…
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…
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…