News: The Lincy Institute
Campus News | January 6, 2016
Media headlines highlighting UNLV's success in reaching milestones surrounding academics and recruitment.
Campus News | December 3, 2015
From law to health to advocacy to science, UNLV professors tackle HIV prevention, education and treatment both domestically and abroad.
Campus News | April 27, 2015
Ramona Denby-Brinson of the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs recognized for her work on social services, the foster system, and children’s mental health.
Research | November 25, 2013
Social network analysis of 460 local nonprofits in health, social services and education reveals the organizations that “make things happen."
Research | November 1, 2013
Social work professor and Lincy Institute Scholar Ramona Denby-Brinson uses research as a tool to help children who have entered the child welfare, mental health, and juvenile justice systems.
Research | October 21, 2013
As the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act expands mental healthcare coverage, report emphasizes increased workforce and prevention methods in Nevada.
Research | September 10, 2013
Nevada ranks at the bottom in attracting the funding it needs for healthcare programs. Marya Shegog of The Lincy Institute says gathering data is critical to helping our community promote healthy living while building a robust economy.
People | March 7, 2013
Recent political science grad Steven Washington on how Agassi Prep has rounded out his college experience, and why we should all chip in to help others.
People | February 28, 2013
Business major Aldrich Sinampaga explains what it means to "rescue" food and how working with a nonprofit opened his eyes to new career opportunities.
People | February 21, 2013
Education student Krystal LePriol explains how the Boys & Girls Club shifted her career plans, and why service learning brought new meaning to her college experience.
People | February 13, 2013
Engineering undergrad Mae Javier on the importance of volunteering with Opportunity Village and shattering the stigma associated with people with intellectual disabilities.
People | October 5, 2012
The educational psychologist on keeping kids with behavioral disorders out of the special education classroom, her proudest moment, and the inspiration of Olympian Gabby Douglas.