UNLV Faculty Center News
The mission of the UNLV Faculty Center is to promote the professional development of all UNLV educators, researchers, and other academic professionals through a program of research, consultation, events, and resources. Many campus units, academic and administrative, work in collaboration to provide the center’s services, along with a team of Faculty Center Fellows.
Current Faculty Center News
Feeding faculty knowledge at UNLV proves more compelling than feeding calves on the farm.
Faculty at all levels can benefit by participating as a mentor or mentee.
Instructor’s creative teaching practices demonstrate the plausibility of the modern approach.
Best Teaching Practices Expo leans into a new way to offer hospitality internships to students.
Sustained recruitment efforts lead to increased diversity of students and faculty.
Brenden Oliva offers tips for optimizing online classes for mobile devices at Best Teaching Practices Expo.
Faculty Center In The News
UNLV will launch a pilot program for fall semester called “RebelFlex” where instructors will teach in-person and remote students simultaneously for some classes.
UNLV says it wants to test a new program that would let instructors teach in-person and remote classes simultaneously. Called "RebelFlex," the program will be tested in some courses during the upcoming fall semester, UNLV said in a news release.
The Library Instruction Round Table (LIRT) of the American Library Association has chosen Melissa Bowles-Terry, associate director of the Faculty Center at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, as the 2020 recipient of the LIRT Librarian Recognition Award. The Librarian Recognition Award was created to recognize an individual’s contribution to the development, advancement and support of information literacy and instruction.