A sign for the William S. Boyd School of Law in front of the building.
Business and Community | September 23, 2022

Jennifer Carleton and John Tahsuda appointed distinguished fellows of Indian Nations Gaming and Governance Program.

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Business and Community | September 23, 2022

UNLV joins with other major universities in the West to create a collaborative hub to assist researchers in commercializing their work and to promote economic development.

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People | September 23, 2022

Chris Smith fell in love with the bright lights of Las Vegas as a child, and since then, has carved a path in the hospitality industry through high-level human resources positions.

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People | September 22, 2022

For Emily Powers, some of her most important experiences at UNLV happened outside of the classroom — through the Honors College.

UNLV Experts In The News

New York Post
September 23, 2022

Newark Liberty International Airport will no longer be considered a New York City destination beginning next month — which may lead to passengers having to pay a penalty if they want to transfer to the Big Apple hubs.

September 23, 2022

More than 15 years after fast radio bursts were discovered, new research has both unraveled and deepened the mystery of the sources of these deep space phenomena.

Times Higher Education
September 22, 2022

Academic presses struggling to keep up with the demand for once-obscure books about war-torn nation

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Arts and Culture | September 21, 2022

Join us as we explore how art, design, media, and performing arts disciplines enhance the creation of knowledge.

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Arts and Culture | September 21, 2022

The production is the world premiere workshop of Act 1 Letters to Lily, music and libretto by alumna Emily Clements.

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Business and Community | September 21, 2022

UNLV sports and gender expert Nancy Lough on why Las Vegas’ first pro sports championship has changed the game for women and the entire sports industry.

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People | September 21, 2022

A focus on literacy set the foundation for Zaria Rayes' path to medical school.

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People | September 21, 2022

Leslie Mujica's volunteer work on campus aimed at opening more doors for lower-income students.

Recent Accomplishments

New Mexico State University invited LeAnne Salazar-Montoya to present a guest lecture for the College of Education doctoral program in leadership. Montoya presented on Qualitative methods of research and highlighted photo voice and her past research utilizing qualitative research.
Dave Beisecker (Philosophy) and co-author Amirouche Moktefi (University of Talinn, Estonia) had their paper, "John Cook Wilson's 'Hanging Plants': A Contribution to the History of Early Logic Trees," published in Diagrammatic Representation and Inference, a volume in the Springer book series, Lecture Notes in Computer Science and Artificial…
Manoj Sharma (Social and Behavioral Health) coauthored an abstract titled, “Associations of perceived skin cancer absolute risk and comparative risk with sunscreen use among patients with keratinocyte carcinoma,” in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology (the first-ranked journal in Dermatology with an IF of 11.527) along with…
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