In The News: Office of the President
UNLV expects the majority of its fall semester will be conducted in-person, according to a letter from university President Dr. Marta Meana.
UNLV and UNR will transition to online-only instruction after spring break due to coronavirus fears, the universities said Thursday.
UNLV has announced they will be transitioning to online learning on March 23.
Add UNLV to the roster of universities around the country suspending classroom lectures and instruction this spring due to the spread of the coronavirus.
UNLV will transition to remote operations after Spring Break, the university announced in a release Thursday.
In a letter to students the President of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Marta Meana informed students that as of March 23 they will move toward remote/virtual classes amid concerns of coronavirus.
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, the Nevada System of Higher Education has asked all of its institutions to prepare to transition to remote or virtual instruction by April 3.
The Nevada System of Higher Education has asked all schools in its jurisdiction to be prepared to transition to remote or virtual instruction by April 3, according to a release from UNLV.
When it came time for UNLV to submit a 119-page application for a prestigious community engagement award, many stakeholders in the Las Vegas Valley combined to take part in the process. After all, the university has long taken pride in its outreach and has developed many loyal community partners over the years.
Nevada’s two public universities have both been recognized for their community engagement work for the first time.
The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents Thursday approved the broad framework for a new, privately-funded medical school building at UNLV, subject to mutually-agreed conditions with the project’s donors that require construction to start by Feb. 1 of next year.
The Nevada Board of Regents on Thursday approved the next step in the development of a building for UNLV School of Medicine, voting in a favor a plan to allow a nonprofit funded mostly by donors to construct the building at 625 Shadow Lane in the city’s medical district.