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People |

Recent UNLV graduate Jalen Valdecantos shares his appreciation of the culture and landmarks he observed as part of Lee Business School's Global Entrepreneurship Experience.

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People |

From the desert to the mountains to the market, Honors College student Allister Dias explores Morocco as part of Lee Business School's Global Entrepreneurship Experience.

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People |

Hospitality student Bridget Podlesni explores the wonders of Morocco during the Lee Business School's Global Entrepreneurship Experience.

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Campus News |

GeoPaths program leads to more student-centered and interactive Earth science classes.

UNLV Experts In The News

TODAY Show

The Mirage, an iconic hotel and casino in Las Vegas that opened in 1989, is set to close its doors for good next week — but must first hand out around $1.6 million in cash and prizes. NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports for TODAY.

The Sentinel

In over 40 states, attorneys are required to take a continuing legal education (CLE) course in technology and the law, which includes AI, artificial intelligence. I had the pleasure of watching New York attorney James A. Sherer’s engaging podcast about AI on the Learn-Formula platform — a provider of continuing legal education courses.

U.S. News and World Report

If you ask Americans, the vast majority will say they want to live in their homes indefinitely. In fact, 95% of respondents to a 2024 U.S. News survey say that aging in place is an important goal for them.

Aron Rogers, DO, associate professor, rural family medicine program director,  and family medicine clerkship director at the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV.
Business and Community |

Dr. Aron Rogers shares how small towns stir up big feelings for residents in the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine's rural family medicine program.

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Research |

Six-year study reveals that closely following Mediterranean and DASH diets is linked with lower cardiovascular disease risk.

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Research |

Working in the field of immunotherapy, Amani Makkouk’s career was set in motion by her time as a master’s student in the School of Integrated Health Sciences.

Collage of images from a class trip to Morocco
People |

Justin Ramos' shares how his adventures in Morocco — part of Lee Business School's Global Entrepreneurship Experience — expanded his perspective on customs, culture, and food. 

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Arts and Culture |

Students receive scholarships while their artwork is run in rotation throughout the summer on the world's largest LED screen.

Recent Accomplishments

Kavita Batra (Medicine) published a study, "Investigating faculty-initiated verbal, physical, social, sexual, and cyberbullying: A cross-sectional study," in the Journal of Health and Social Sciences. This study involved researchers from Morocco, Italy. Turkey, Colombia, and Iran. 
Manoj Sharma (Social and Behavioral Health; Internal Medicine) published an article titled, “Grounded Theory Assessment of Health Needs in Rural Mississippi Delta Region, USA: Implications for Health Policy and Management,” in the Journal of Health and Social Sciences in collaboration with faculty from Jackson State University (Scopus Cite Score 3…
Professor Patience Crowder (Law) co-authored a new article, "Embedding Racial Justice in the Work of Environmental Non-Profits," in the Seattle Journal for Social Justice. 
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