Office of Information Technology News
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is the central unit responsible for supporting the academic, research, and administrative aims of the campus through the effective use of technology.
Current Information Technology News
UNLV's Kim Schjang joins top female IT professionals to construct the world’s fastest volunteer-built network for the SC21 supercomputing conference.
Campus efforts will cut down on paper waste and free up office space.
A pandemic staple — remote education — will be incorporated into select traditional classes. Instructors sought for pilot program this fall.
Shellie Brattain-Mazzella suggests women join campus committees to learn more about UNLV.
Office of information technology had a busy summer preparing for a remote campus this fall.
With the cost of textbooks rising, Open Educational Resources offer an alternative.
Information Technology In The News
Five new participants have been chosen to join the Women in IT Networking program at SC (WINS) program for SC21 – the annual International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC) which will take place this year from November 14-19 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Kim Schjang is taking her UNLV-earned expertise to St. Louis, Missouri — at least temporarily — to help build one of the world’s fastest networks.
Visix continues its multiyear rollout of a digital signage network for the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), now serving five departments with an eclectic and engaging blend of custom interactive wayfinding systems, traditional digital signage, and meeting space solutions.
Visix continues its multiyear rollout of a digital signage network for the University of Las Vegas (UNLV), now serving five departments with an eclectic and engaging blend of custom interactive wayfinding systems, traditional digital signage and meeting space solutions.
UNLV is preparing to transition to remote/virtual instruction no later than April 3, according to a memo that was sent to faculty and staff on Wednesday.
Today, U.S. Senators Jacky Rosen (D-NV) and Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) released the following statement applauding the National Science Foundation for awarding the University of Nevada, Las Vegas a grant totaling $399,999 to better engage female secondary education students to pursue the fields of computing and engineering.