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The Executive Vice President and Provost (EVP&P) serves as the university’s chief academic and budget officer and as the chief executive officer of the university in the absence of the president. It provides leadership to support an interdisciplinary, student-centered culture across the campus especially in the area of retention, progression, and completion.
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Having played many sports while growing up, the head of UNLV's educational compliance values teamwork.
University surpasses 31,000 students for first time in 62-year history; UNLV students are also staying in school and graduating at higher rates.
Universities offering distance learning opportunities must comply with regulations across state lines.
Students find support through updated math courses, pilot programs.
Summer Math Bridge has helped 77 percent of participating students place into credit-bearing math courses since 2012.
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Casinos and racetracks in New Jersey are now betting on professional eSports tournaments, seeking to expand the fast-growing sports betting industry in the state to the $1 billion gaming tournament market.
New Jersey's casinos and racetracks are now taking bets on competitive video game tournaments, looking to expand the state's fast-growing sports betting industry to the $1 billion video tournament market.
At this time last year, Ocean Casino Resort was struggling financially and many industry watchers wondered whether it could survive the brutal winter months along the Jersey shore when visitation to the city's gambling parlors drops off.
Las Vegas is home to many of the biggest and best casinos in the world. Interestingly, non-gambling options in LV hotels are generating more revenue than ever before. It appears that many individuals are choosing to visit this city for reasons other than gambling.
Circus Circus opened in the late 60s but remains a Las Vegas institution today.
Fourteen years after acquiring the family-friendly Circus Circus, MGM Resorts International is in talks to sell the property to the IT owner: Phil Ruffin.