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Campus News | June 5, 2023

Anthropology Ph.D. alumnus Daniel Perez helps UNLV undergraduates navigate their way to grad school through mentoring program.

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People | June 5, 2023

Living in Vegas was the furthest thing from this Midwesterner’s mind, but now her mission is to give UNLV donors the “white glove treatment.”

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People | June 1, 2023

Adjoa Mensah's early talent for inventive lesson plans evolved into helping teachers find better ways to use technology.

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Campus News | May 31, 2023

UNLV Global Entrepreneurship Experience students learn the history of the Sewell mining town.

UNLV Experts In The News

The Sunday Guardian
June 4, 2023

Can India look into the US government’s healthcare insurance as a case study to take its Ayushman Bharat to globally accepted delivery parameters?

June 3, 2023

In the event of nuclear war, the ultra-rich can hide away in their luxury bunkers that cost anywhere from $35,000 to $14 million. But what about the rest of us?

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 2, 2023

The mirrored, million-dollar canopy remains as it always was; the same can’t be said of the surroundings reflected in its silvery depths.

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Campus News | May 31, 2023

UNLV gathers international experts to discuss emerging gaming industry issues, including the intersection of tourism, sports, and entertainment.

Courtney Thornton
People | May 30, 2023

After her sister's childhood cancer diagnosis, Courtney Thornton learned firsthand the importance of access to quality medical care.

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People | May 30, 2023

Borna Nemet juggles not one, but two Ph.D. programs, all thanks to the support of his professors and UNLV resources.


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Campus News | May 26, 2023

Hundreds of Clark County School District students will be on campus to take part in academic instruction and workshops.

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Arts and Culture | May 25, 2023

The show, which premiered at the PAC in September 2022, is nominated for a Drama Desk Award.

Recent Accomplishments

Jeff Schauer (History) participated in the European Conference on African Studies in Cologne, Germany. He was a contributor to the panel titled "Wilder Futures? Rewilding and multispecies coexistence in rural Africa" alongside colleagues from Germany, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. Schauer's paper was titled "Chongololo: The Children's Wildlife Magazine…
Jason Flatt (Social and Behavioral Health) and Samantha John (Brain Health) recently published with the Alzheimer’s Association’s ISTAART Rural Health Disparities Work Group, “Global rural health disparities in Alzheimer's disease and related dementias: State of the science” in the journal of Alzheimer’s & Dementia. 
Zaijing Sun (Health Physics and Diagnostic Sciences) was interviewed by again and talked about the DIY underground bunker in the event of nuclear war. His discussion was published in the science section of and titled: "How to build a cheap DIY underground bunker to protect you from nuclear fallout". 
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