Students talk amongst each other in a group.
Campus News | August 11, 2022

The larger facility comes with the growing need for testing spaces, assistive technology, and other resources for students with disabilities.

Edwin Oh
Business and Community | August 9, 2022

UNLV infectious disease expert Edwin Oh on the potential role of wastewater surveillance and interagency, cross-jurisdictional collaboration in preventing another pandemic.

man with guitar
Arts and Culture | August 9, 2022

Rey is regarded by flamenco aficionados as among the world’s top premier flamenco guitar virtuosos.

Keith Lawler Assistant Research Professor in the Nevada Extreme Conditions Laboratory
People | August 9, 2022

Top Tier Award winner Keith Lawler working to make Southern Nevada a nucleus of clean energy production.

UNLV Experts In The News

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
August 11, 2022

A decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations and cases continued for the fifth consecutive week in both Clark County and Nevada, with the state reporting one of the lowest case rates in the country.

Las Vegas Review-Journal En Español
August 11, 2022

A decline in COVID-19 hospitalizations and cases continued for the fifth consecutive week in both Clark County and Nevada, with the state reporting one of the lowest case rates in the country.

ABC News 10
August 11, 2022

The infamous connections between Saratoga and Las Vegas might be getting further cred as the Saratoga County History Center teams up with Sin City’s Mob Museum. The partnership between the Mob Museum and the SCHC will begin when museum trustee and University of Nevada Las Vegas history professor, Michael Green, speaks at SCHC’s “Experts Next Door” event on September 21. Green will be talking about the links between Saratoga and Las Vegas.

UNLV anthropologist Brian Villmoare
Research | August 5, 2022

In new paper, UNLV-led anthropology team balks at a widely held belief that modern humans experienced an evolutionary decrease in brain size.

Julpohng (“JP”) Vilai, MD smiles while using laptop.
People | August 5, 2022

  

woman posing with colorful lighting
People | August 4, 2022

This admin assistant has been running around campus since she was a kid. Now she's the 2022 President's Classified Employee of the Year.

image of diamond anvil cell in a lab
Research | August 3, 2022

Newly published research builds on team’s landmark 2020 discovery of a room-temperature superconductor by replicating results with even greater efficiency. 

Remember sculptor Claes Oldenburg who created UNLV's iconic Flashlight sculpture this month.
Campus News | August 3, 2022

A collection of news stories highlighting university experts’ insights on and contributions to health, environment, and society.

Recent Accomplishments

August 11, 2022
Zaijing Sun and Krishnakumar Nangeelil (both Health Physics and Diagnostic Sciences) and their collaborators, Cai Qingseng and Scott Lassell of the Department of Nuclear Engineering at the North Carolina State University, published an article titled “Investigation of Heavy Metals in Cottonseeds with Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA…
August 10, 2022
Elizabeth Johnson (Anthropology) published "Defining Terms Used for Animals Working in Support Roles for People with Support Needs" in the journal Animals. This paper presents the results of a collaboration between over 100 researchers, practitioners, and end users of animal-based support worldwide. This paper aims to provide…
August 10, 2022
Buddha Dawn (Medicine) delivered an invited lecture titled “MSC therapy: Clinical evidence and scientific progress” at the ‘Mesenchymal stem/stromal cells - from basic research through clinical studies to registered products' symposium. The symposium was part of the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS) 2022…
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