Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach News
The mission of the Center for Academic Enrichment and Outreach (The Center) is to provide traditional and innovative educational opportunities to a diverse community through targeted services and research that promote personal success.
Current Academic Enrichment and Outreach News
Hundreds of Clark County School District students will be on campus to take part in academic instruction and workshops.
Undergraduates Vesper Evereux and Faria Tavacoli selected for the Goldwater Scholarship, one of the most coveted STEM awards in the country.
COE 303 is a new course helping student veterans transition into academia and a normal life.
Annual ‘Military Friendly Schools’ ranking evaluates more than 1,800 schools nationwide for commitment to student veteran success.
Educational organizations meet up on campus to discuss best practices for making sure STEM initiatives in K-12 through graduate programs are accessible to all students.
UNLV programs, faculty, and fellowships help propel student research and future careers in academia.
Academic Enrichment and Outreach In The News
He designed affordable bungalows for first-time homeowners and luxurious mansions for Southern California’s elite, though as a Black man he wouldn’t have been allowed to live in some of the neighborhoods where those mansions were built.
UNLV's upward bound program still helping a diverse number of first-generation college students.
Scores of Las Vegas Valley residents are expected to take in the sights and sounds of the 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade on Monday.
The four boys were ready for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade. One tipped his blue plastic hat and grasped a banner bearing a picture of the civil rights leader and peace activist.
First-generation college students have it tough – especially if those students are also low income.
UNLV has earned a $1.5 million federal grant to assist poor and minority undergraduate students.