News: Office of Executive Vice President and Provost
Campus News | April 11, 2016
Heavey is an accomplished psychologist, academic leader and longtime UNLV faculty member.
People | March 18, 2016
Brown is an accomplished psychologist and academic leader with previous stops at University of North Texas, Wayne State and Temple; he will begin Aug. 1.
People | February 24, 2016
Chase, archaeologist and current vice provost at University of Central Florida, will take over as UNLV's chief academic officer May 1.
Research | February 23, 2016
The new Office of Undergraduate Research helps students engage in and celebrate their research and creative activity.
Campus News | January 21, 2016
UNLV leads the country with program that proves even small changes to assignments can yield big results in classroom success — especially among first-generation students.
Campus News | December 16, 2015
Nearly 2,000 students officially became graduates at the 2015 Winter Commencement. View the slideshow of the ceremony.
Campus News | September 9, 2015
UNLV jumps from sixth to second place on U.S. News & World Report’s annual list for “best ethnic diversity,” maintaining a spot in top 10 for fifth consecutive year.
Campus News | August 24, 2015
Annual welcome event features TED-like motivational talks that inspire incoming students to make the most of their college experience.
Campus News | August 10, 2015
Changes to advising, an overhaul of the freshman experience, and an emphasis on taking a full course load are getting today's Rebels off to the right start. It's all part of helping students stick with their studies and graduate on time.
People | July 27, 2015
Sharon Altman might not break a nail for you, but she’ll take on more responsibility without batting an eye. She’s the 2015 first-place Classified Employee of the Year.
Campus News | June 25, 2015
UNLV hosts three-day college bound program for high-achieving Las Vegas students.
Campus News | January 21, 2015
UNLV removing some of the stumbling blocks for getting students interested in the science and engineering fields. The key: Get 'em while they're young.