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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.

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Research | May 25, 2023

Annual review of current Alzheimer’s clinical trials reveals trends in design, therapies, outcomes, and funding surrounding work to develop new treatments.

UNLV Experts In The News

K.L.A.S. T.V. 8 News Now
May 30, 2023

Seven in ten Americans use social media regularly. Chances are you have more than one site you frequent with new ones popping up each day, but do you feel fulfilled? Is it possible to get more out of your online life?

Business News
May 29, 2023

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has sparked outrage by referring to the five victims of a deadly mass shooting as “illegal immigrants”.

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

Spring has come and while temperatures are rising, the Las Vegas valley is seeing more pesky insects crawling and flying around.

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Campus News | May 24, 2023

Jannie Nigoza will kick-start her career in Korea after working hard to earn the program grant.

Sid Khurana, MD; Michael Edwards, MD, FACS; Lloyd Jensen, MD; and David Obert, DO
Business and Community | May 24, 2023

Local doctors pass knowledge on to Las Vegas' next generation of physicians.

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Campus News | May 23, 2023

A featured role on Amazon Prime show gives Chiara Cala a platform to raise awareness about student mental health resources.

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Business and Community | May 22, 2023

Centralized registration and customer service makes it easier than ever for parents to access university summer programs for area K-12 students. 

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Campus News | May 22, 2023

UNLV Global Entrepreneurship Experience students take what they learned in the classroom to South America.

Recent Accomplishments

Professor John Curry (History) gave a paper titled, "A Divergent Manuscript: What MS Ayasofya 3188 Tells Us about Presenting the Ming Dynasty to the Ottoman Court," at a symposium convened at Ohio State University on May 20. The symposium was convened to honor the retirement of professor Jane Hathaway, who served as a dissertation advisor for all…
Professor John Curry (History) presented a preliminary paper titled, “New Insights on the Presentation of the Ming Dynasty at the Ottoman Court: the case of MS Ayasofya 3188,” on April 29 to the 2023 meeting of the Western Ottomanists' Workshop in Vancouver, Canada. As a founding member of the organization and its record-keeper since 2010, Curry…
Shawn McCoy (Economics; Director of the Lied Center for Real Estate) was recently interviewed by Fox5 about his paper on wildfires and residential development. The paper was co-authored with Nicholas Irwin (Economics) and Katie Jo Black (Kenyon College).
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