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UNLV Magazine - Spring 2015
President Len Jessup on UNLV’s big initiatives, higher ed’s toughest challenges, and his own path to leadership.
Once the Nevada System of Higher Education set its sights on expanding medical education in the state, things have moved fast. Here’s how far the UNLV School of Medicine has come and what’s next.
Abuse as a teenager and rejected applications didn't hold James Dold back from law school. Once there, he found his purpose in changing the country's juvenile justice system.
UNLV researchers team up with Las Vegas police department to study the effectiveness — and drawbacks — of officer body cameras.
Clark County School District is ground zero for the issues rumbling in schools across the country. Here's how UNLV is linking research and outreach programs to help find solutions.
Las Vegas as a high-tech center for robotics? It's doable in the next decade, according to engineering professor Paul Oh.
Honors College students hit it hard to prepare for a big test: a grueling obstacle course. Along the way, they learn more than they thought possible.
UNLV English instructor Brittany Bronson named a New York Times opinion writer. Plus new books on Nevada history and women in the workforce.
UNLV looked in its own backyard to find a coach to take on the challenge of turning around the football team.
Kim, a leading expert in active materials and energy systems, recognized with annual award from Nevada Board of Regents at March 6 meeting.
UNLV Director of Photography Geri Kodey retires after 13 years.
President Donald D. Snyder on taking the helm and keeping UNLV's top initiatives moving forward.
What have your fellow UNLV graduates been up to? Read about their latest accomplishments.
From Bob Hope to Jimmy Kimmel, top entertainers have long been honored at UNLV commencement with honorary degrees.