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Research | March 27, 2023

International team of scientists reports a possible correlation between gravitational waves from neutron star mergers and fast radio bursts; results could improve understanding of how some deep-space bursts occur.  

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People | March 27, 2023

The associate dean at University Libraries ensures there's access to top-tier research resources while creating a space that fosters creation and re-creation.

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Arts and Culture | March 24, 2023

The exhibit is a response to legislation that prohibits discrimination in the workplace and public schools based on hairstyles and textures.

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Arts and Culture | March 23, 2023

The museum welcomes three new exhibitions: Modern Desert Markings: An Homage to Las Vegas Area Land ArtAm I Your Type, and Crowd Burst

UNLV Experts In The News

Las Vegas Sun
March 28, 2023

Rob Lang, a renowned public policy expert in Southern Nevada, may have died in June 2021, but his legacy won’t soon be forgotten. You can drive around Las Vegas and see the fruits of his labor everywhere, from UNLV’s Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine to Allegiant Stadium — two projects on which Lang consulted. UNLV, where Lang was a longtime professor, is looking to raise some of the next “Rob Langs,” and the university has found its first of many.

K.L.A.S. T.V. 8 News Now
March 27, 2023

Speeding, distracted driving, and running red lights are trends a new UNLV study has linked to thousands of car crashes in Nevada that have taken thousands of lives.

K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3
March 27, 2023

A team of researchers at UNLV's medical school is working with a decade's worth of data to determine causes and possible solutions to the deadly roads across Nevada.

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Arts and Culture | March 23, 2023

All events are free and open to the public.

Class of 2023 medical student hugging her family at Match Day
Campus News | March 22, 2023

With all graduates from the Class of 2023 being matched successfully to residency programs across the U.S., March 17 was a day of sweet celebrations.

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Campus News | March 22, 2023

Celebrate Rebels Give by tossing a pie at Coach Odom and others at Pie on Pida!

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Arts and Culture | March 21, 2023

Ax's mix of technical precision and lustrous lyricism has earned him a reputation as one of the most beloved concert pianists of our time.

large symphony orchestra
Arts and Culture | March 21, 2023

The orchestra is conducted by music director Taras Krysa.

Recent Accomplishments

David G. Schwartz (Ombuds) recently published a post on From the Ombuds, the official blog of UNLV's ombuds office. The post, "Formal? Informal? What's the Difference, Anyway?," examined the differences between formal and informal conflict resolution processes. For more information about the ombuds office, please visit its website.…
Katherine Howard and Karl Kingsley (both Dental) with Keegan Lott, Paris Collier, and Marc Ringor (all Medicine) recently published the study, "Administration of Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) and Basic Fibroblast Growth Factor (bFGF) to Induce Neural Differentiation of Dental Pulp Stem Cells (DPSC) Isolates," in the journal Biomedicines.
Analiesa Delgado (History) received an honorable mention from the 2023 Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship Program.
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