The Digital President: How UNLV Is Using AI to Better Engage Students
When I joined UNLV as its president in August 2020, our campus – which would normally be brimming with the excitement of a new academic year – was a fairly quiet place. Nearly all of our 31,000 students were taking classes remotely, and my introduction to UNLV and our students and faculty was largely limited to Zoom screens and recorded messages.
As new academic year dawns, UNLV continues to change with the times
Monday marks the start of the fall semester at UNLV. Few things bring me more joy than the vibrancy of our campus during the start of a new term, as there’s a mix of excitement and anticipation about the opportunities that stand in front of us.
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds) recently published a post on From the Ombuds, the official blog of UNLV's Ombuds office.
The post announces the release of the office's most recent quarterly summary, covering April to June of 2022.
For more information about the Ombuds office, please visit its website.
UNLV President Keith E. Whitfield was named to the board of directors for the Coalition of Urban-Serving Universities (USU). President Whitfield began a three-year term on the board July 1.
USU is a president-led organization committed to enhancing urban university engagement and tackling key urban challenges in our nation’s cities. With a…
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds) recently published a post on "From the Ombuds," the official blog of UNLV's ombuds office. Titled "Learn About Ombuds Interactive Workshops," the post explores the purpose and content of the workshops.
More information about the ombuds office is available online.
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds Office) recently published a post on From the Ombuds, the official blog of UNLV's ombuds office. Titled "Confidentiality and the Ombuds Office," this post explains the nature of confidentiality in the practice of an organizational ombuds.
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds) recently published a chapter, “To Skill, Perchance to Win: How Chance and Skill Have Coexisted in Gambling History.” In Mark R. Johnson, ed. The Casino, Card, and Betting Game Reader: Communities, Culture, and Play. Oxford: Bloomsbury Academic, 2022.
The chapter traces how both chance and skill elements have…