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Research | June 23, 2022

Here's how UNLV's radiochemistry program is building a diverse workforce for the nation's nuclear energy sector.

 

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Campus News | June 22, 2022

UNLV teams up with the region's Weapons of Mass Destruction Working Group.

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Business and Community | December 7, 2021

Tips from Risk Management & Safety help ensure no one gets left out in the cold this holiday season.

Michele Washington, Claims Administration Coordinator for Risk Management & Safety with Aries, her Maltese Poodle mix in a park.
People | June 1, 2021

A side benefit of helping employees navigate workers’ compensation claims is meeting a variety of people across campus, says this claims administration coordinator

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Campus News | October 30, 2019

Business Affairs Division taps into Hospitality College's expertise to improve its service.

Calvin Milling
People | November 23, 2015

The Air Force veteran said he loves his job helping people on campus stay safe, but that if he couldn't have that job he would like to fish for bass — professionally.

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Recent Risk Management & Safety Accomplishments

October 26, 2021
Brian Rowsell, Reginald Stewart, and Christina Hall (all Risk Management and Safety), serving as the RMS Radiation Safety Team recently received a       certificate of achievement for excellence in reporting from the Nuclear Materials Management and Safeguards System (NMMSS) . The NMMSS tracks the movement and uses of domestic nuclear materials…
July 1, 2014
Sandra Shackelford (Risk Management) received the annual Historic Preservation Award from the city of Las Vegas for her contribution of countless volunteer hours spent sewing the drapes and curtains for the historic ranch house (now the visitors center) at Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs. This was her second award from the city. She previously was…