Current Brookings Mountain West News
Damore to serve as interim executive director for two public policy research centers at UNLV that focus on critical issues facing Nevada and the nation.
Greenspun College of Urban Affairs Alumna of the Year Caitlin Saladino helps provide significant insights into the Mountain West for researchers, policymakers, and the public alike.
UNLV undergrad Mary Blankenship blends public policy, science, and economics into a cocktail for successful global change.
Communication studies major Saha Salahi awarded Nevada's first John Lewis Youth Leadership Award.
A collection of news stories highlighting community and perseverance at UNLV.
Brookings Mountain West and Lincy Institute's Caitlin Saladino's work helping fuel undergraduate research earns her UNLV's Top Tier Award.
Brookings Mountain West In The News
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect people across the United States, cities and states are struggling to combat vaccination gaps. This is especially true in Nevada, where the vaccination rate for Black residents is lagging behind that of white, Asian and Latino residents.
This chip manufacturing shortage presents a premier opportunity for economic development in the Silver State.
U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 edition of its “Best Colleges” rankings once again names the University of Nevada, Las Vegas among the most diverse universities in the country.
UNLV comes up as a refreshing exception in a new report by the Brookings Institution showing a disquieting trend of public colleges crowding out in-state students by accepting others from across state lines.
The ‘student swap’ creates a vicious circle that drives up higher-education costs and worsens the debt crisis.
This week, authorities in South Africa announced that the country’s economy is 11 percent larger than previous estimates after Statistics South Africa altered its method for calculating gross domestic product.