In The News: Office of the President

Las Vegas Sun

Don Snyder remembers taking strolls through the student union on the UNLV campus during his time as dean of the William F. Harrah College of Hospitality.

Las Vegas Review Journal

State higher education officials expressed strong skepticism over UNLV’s plans to enter into a lengthy ground lease on 42 acres of university-owned land near the Las Vegas Strip.

Los Angeles Business Journal

The Manhattan Beach Studios Group is going to Vegas. The company, also known as MBS Group, is part of a consortium that will build and manage a 34-acre media production and multi-use facility complex at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas’s Harry Reid Research and Technology Park in the southwest section of the city.

Los Angeles Business Journal

The Manhattan Beach Studios Group is going to Vegas. The company, also known as MBS Group, is part of a consortium that will build and manage a 34-acre media production and multi-use facility complex at the University of Nevada – Las Vegas’s Harry Reid Research and Technology Park in the southwest section of the city.

Las Vegas Review Journal

UNLV celebrated it’s graduating class of spring 2024 at the Thomas & Mack Center. “Commencement is the most special time at UNLV!” said the university’s president, Keith E. Whitfield, in a post on X on Saturday.

Vegas PBS

UNLV President Keith Whitfield opens up about what the university has been like during the months following a shooting on campus. He shares details on the Rebel Recovery Program and how university leaders are addressing campus safety and the mental health of everyone affected by the tragedy.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now

Members from the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV walked the stage and received their degrees at the Thomas and Mack Center Friday, May 3.The commencement had graduates that arrived on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic with a focus on public health.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now

Members from the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV walked the stage and received their degrees at the Thomas and Mack Center Friday, May 3.The commencement had graduates that arrived on campus during the COVID-19 pandemic with a focus on public health.

American Military News

Roughly 5,000 acres of federal land in the North Las Vegas Valley is a ‘blank canvas’ for future development, UNLV’s president said. UNLV and the city of North Las Vegas are in discussions on how to develop the land located north of the Veterans Affairs Hospital in North Las Vegas in a cohesive way after the entities take control of the property in the coming months, officials said. The property is currently controlled by the Bureau of Land Management.

Las Vegas Review Journal

Roughly 5,000 acres of federal land in the north Las Vegas Valley is a ‘blank canvas’ for future development, UNLV’s president said. UNLV and North Las Vegas are in discussions on how to develop the land located north of the VA Medical Center in a cohesive way after the entities take control of the property in the coming months, officials said. The property is currently controlled by the Bureau of Land Management.

Las Vegas Sun

The UNLV Research Foundation approved an agreement with Gardner Nevada Tech Park Studios to oversee the development of a 34-acre media production and multi-use facility complex at the university’s Harry Reid Research & Technology Park in southwest Las Vegas, officials said this morning.

KSNV-TV: News 3

New film studios in the southwest Las Vegas valley have received a green light from UNLV. The university announced that the UNLV Research Foundation last week approved an agreement to develop a 34-acre media production complex at the Harry Reid Research & Technology Park.