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    From the E.T. Highway to the massive mines southwest of Elko to the shores of Lake Tahoe and back again, a cohort of Honors College students takes an enervating field trip around the state to see all the weird, wild, and wonderful that Nevada has to offer outside Las Vegas’ borders.


UNLV signage surrounded by autumn leaves
Campus News | December 1, 2022

As part of the Top Tier 2.0 strategic plan, UNLV introduces a set of core values to help guide future actions and build a more welcoming, inclusive campus environment.

Senior Design Competition.
Campus News | November 30, 2022

Over 30 inventions addressing real-world problems will be on display Dec. 9 during the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering Senior Design Competition.

wild horse in Mt. Charleston Wilderness
Campus News | November 30, 2022

From the problems of feeding wild horses to new pet store ordinances, students explore moral issues related to animals.

Alex Ma, MD
People | November 29, 2022

Medical school alum and second-year resident entertains pediatric hospital patients by volunteering for local nonprofit Critical Care Comics.

UNLV Experts In The News

Nevada Current
December 2, 2022

Americans bet an estimated $511 billion each year with illegal and unregulated sportsbooks, iGaming websites and other games, at the expense of taxpayers and the legal gambing industry, according to a new report from the American Gaming Association, which wants the U.S. Department of Justice to crack down.

K.V.V.U. T.V. Fox 5
December 1, 2022

Millions of Americans have been tightening their wallets due to inflation, and Las Vegas researchers now have proof to show how it has affected tourism and visitor spending.

Las Vegas Review Journal
December 1, 2022

While Nevada gave its best argument as to why it should hold the first Democratic presidential primary in 2024, South Carolina appears poised to get that honor after President Joe Biden briefed Democrats of his plan on Thursday.

lithium mine pools with mountains in background
Research | November 29, 2022

With a rich store of lithium in our lands, the state has a chance to capitalize on the ever-growing demand for clean energy. Here’s how we can ensure this boom doesn’t go bust.

photo of man next to illustration of a computer monitor with digital elements on it
People | November 28, 2022

This entertainment engineering and design alum knows all the tricks when it comes to keeping UNLV’s website accessibility-friendly.

painting of a young black woman with chin up and hair tied back
Arts and Culture | November 28, 2022

This heartwarming memory play by two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage runs in the Judy Bayley Theatre on Dec. 9-18.

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Campus News | November 28, 2022

UNLV security expert shares tips to avoid scams while shopping online during Cyber Monday and the rest of the holiday season.

underwater coral and fish
Research | November 28, 2022

UNLV analysis challenges the idea that ocean ecosystems have barely changed over millions of years, pointing scientists down a new path on conservation efforts and policy.

Recent Accomplishments

Guillermo M. Jodra (World Languages and Cultures) has published a book titled On Hellenism, Judaism, Individualism, and Early Christian Theories of the Subject (Bloomsbury, 2022).    
Guillermo M. Jodra (World Languages and Cultures), presented a paper titled, "Sparta and the Athenian Mirage," on November 13 at the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association Conference in Los Angeles, CA.    
Guillermo M. Jodra (World Languages and Cultures) has published a book titled: On Regular Life, Freedom, Modernity, and Augustinian Communitarianism (Bloomsbury, 2022).
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