Faculty and Staff Registration for CES Now Open

Once again, the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is right around the corner, taking place Jan. 8-11. The UNLV office of economic development will have two side-by-side booths in Eureka Park (Level 1, Hall G of the Sands Expo) and is giving a limited number of free tickets to faculty and staff who are interested in representing UNLV at the event and want to check out the latest developments in technology from across the globe.

Complimentary registration will only be valid until Dec. 18, so be sure to register via the CES link below prior to that date. Please compile all the necessary documents and information required for registration prior to clicking on the link; otherwise, you'll likely run into problems with CES trying to charge you for registration, particularly if you partially complete the registration and sign back in later.

CES registration requires one of the following credential types to be uploaded:

• Business card that matches the name of the company you are representing (UNLV)
• Verification of your employment on UNLV letterhead
• Link to the UNLV website showing your name on an employee roster
• Link to a media article (print, digital, broadcast) that you wrote or in which you were quoted or cited as an industry professional; Article must be published within the last year.

You'll also need a photo that can be uploaded through the site and printed onto your badge.

If you run into any problems with the registration process, please email Megan Svarz at megan.svarz@unlv.edu, and she will help you resolve the issue. Whatever you do, don't provide any credit card information through the site, as it may be difficult to obtain a refund if you do.

Please register online

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