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Business and Community | June 29, 2022

UNLV report posits that the lithium-ion battery economy, forecast to grow to $115 billion industry by 2030, is a key to economic diversification and development.

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People | June 29, 2022

UNLV senior Mae Agbilay's research shapes programming for Native American youth.

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Campus News | June 29, 2022

Research drives how programs serve youth.

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People | June 28, 2022

CSUN student leaders’ success demonstrates the impact Rebels can make just by getting more involved.

UNLV Experts In The News

The Nevada Independent
June 30, 2022

Gov. Steve Sisolak on Wednesday challenged his Republican opponent, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, to two televised debates ahead of the November general election.

The Nevada Independent
June 30, 2022

Improving the health and well-being of Nevadans is not the job of one person or group. It can only be done if we all come together and work toward real and meaningful change. For years, both schools of public health at UNR and UNLV have been doing just that — putting the presumed north-south rivalry aside and working together to mitigate pressing public health challenges during the pandemic

K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3
June 30, 2022

On July 1st, Nevada minimum wage workers will see a slight pay raise in their paychecks.

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Campus News | June 24, 2022

Activities include behind-the-scenes tours of Strip entertainment venues, investigations of “smart hospitality” systems, and hands-on engineering project

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People | June 23, 2022

The medical school's Kristin Steffen lives life large in both her professional and personal lives.

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Research | June 23, 2022

Here's how UNLV's radiochemistry program is building a diverse workforce for the nation's nuclear energy sector.

 

Keith Whitfield
Business and Community | June 23, 2022

President Keith Whitfield on the legacy and impact of the federal Pell Grant program, which marks 50 years on June 23. 

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Campus News | June 22, 2022

UNLV teams up with the region's Weapons of Mass Destruction Working Group.

Recent Accomplishments

July 1, 2022
David G. Schwartz (Ombuds Office) recently published a post on From the Ombuds, the official blog of UNLV's ombuds office. Titled "Confidentiality and the Ombuds Office," this post explains the nature of confidentiality in the practice of an organizational ombuds.
July 1, 2022
Kavita Batra and Aditi Singh (both Medicine), along with Manoj Sharma (Social and Behavioral Health), published a study, "Assessing COVID-19 Booster Hesitancy and Its Correlates: An Early Evidence from India," in the Vaccines journal. This research involved investigators from multiple countries, including India, Saudi Arabia, and Italy. To authors…
June 30, 2022
Mark Buttner and Patricia Cruz (both Environmental & Occupational Health) received a 12-month, $130,000 award from a private industry sponsor to conduct test chamber research on the survival of airborne bacteria and viruses.The funding will support a full-time research technician and serve as a thesis project for a master of public health (MPH…
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