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    Full of contagious school spirit, the new associate vice president of Student Life brings her passion for higher education to UNLV.

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People | September 28, 2023

Nursing's Alumna of the Year opens free-standing birth center to provide a home-like environment for women in labor.

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Campus News | September 27, 2023

The undergraduate course helps the next generation of decisionmakers analyze prison and parole systems function.

Medical student Cameron Harris (center) on Allegiant Stadium's sideline with Raiders chief medical officer, Dr. Navdeep Singh (left), and team president, Sandra Douglass Morgan (right).
Business and Community | September 26, 2023

Cameron Harris' career choice in orthopaedic surgery is reinforced after completing sports medicine clinical rotation with the Raiders.

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People | September 26, 2023

The College of Liberal Arts Alumnus of the Year went from being uncertain about the future of his education to being one of the top residential real estate agents in the Las Vegas Valley.

UNLV Experts In The News

Macau Times
September 28, 2023

More than 60 Sands China team members completed the eighth Responsible Gaming Ambassador advanced training course at The Venetian® Macao on September 19 and 20. The project aims to enhance team members’ awareness of responsible gaming and respond to the Macau SAR government’s responsible gaming promotion campaign with the theme of “Proactively seek help and win the future”.

U.S.A. Today
September 27, 2023

Shouldn’t we be boarding airplanes back to front? That seems to be a common refrain across the internet and in airports as people struggle to make sense of airlines’ increasingly byzantine boarding processes.

The Nevada Independent
September 27, 2023

Boyd Gaming is leasing space at UNLV’s Black Fire Innovation building, which will allow the casino company to move its own innovation lab into an educational research setting.

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Business and Community | September 25, 2023

UNLV researchers will collaborate with local, state, and federal authorities on research and policy solutions to enhance safety and security for Nevada visitors.

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People | September 25, 2023

Safiyya Bintali will attend Educause’s annual conference and network with technology professionals to further her IT career goals.

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Arts and Culture | September 25, 2023

The Department of Art MFA cohort shares their recent work exploring a wide range of formal and conceptual concerns at the UNR Student South Galleries through Oct. 16.

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People | September 21, 2023

Making her way from the sugar beet fields of Idaho to the stage of a professional opera company — the College of Fine Arts Alumna of the Year is out to prove the genre is for everyone.

UNLV School of Architecture professor Glenn NP Nowak
Business and Community | September 21, 2023

Hospitality design expert Glenn NP Nowak on the tech-loaded MSG Sphere’s impact on Strip and residential architecture, and how UNLV is prepping the next generation of creators.

Recent Accomplishments

An-Pyng Sun (Social Work) gave a presentation, "Five Treatment Needs of Male Adolescents and Young Adults with Gaming Disorder," on September 22, 2023, at the Digital Media and Developing Minds International Scientific Congress, Washington, D.C. The five treatment needs are themes generated from a qualitative study and aim to serve as a starting…
Iván Sandoval-Cervantes (Anthropology) published an article in SAPIENS: Anthropology Magazine about Mexico's animal protection movement and how it has become co-opted by political actors that push "tough-on-crime" narratives that de-politicize the animal protection movement and promote simplistic views of how to solve the problem of animal abuse. 
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds) recently published a post on From the Ombuds, the official blog of UNLV's Ombuds Office. The post explored the applicability of Timothy R. Clark's concept of inclusion safety to higher education. For more information about the Ombuds Office, please visit its website. 
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