Magazine cover featuring Generations of Success story

UNLV Magazine

Spring 2012
Volume 20 Issue 1
A landmark gift is shaping the future of the Lee Business School. Learn about the family members behind the $15 million gift and their commitment to Southern Nevada.
UNLV Neal Smatresk on how UNLV has worked for a more diversified economy, supported the downtown renaissance, and launched innovative educational programs.
Cave deposits reveal 22,000 years of North American monsoon rainfall.
The coach of UNLV's nationally ranked debate team offers a few pointers on making your point.
Biology and Honors College graduate Emily Tamadonfar was the recipient of UNLV's 100,000th degree.
Biology lecture leads to dramatic diagnosis for an ailing grandfather 1,300 miles away.
When Jenny Pharr realized her father got substandard care simply because he was in a wheelchair, she found a new way to improve the system.
Basketball coach Dave Rice talks about his return to his alma mater, the hardest game of every season, and the importance of his his father.
New work explores race relations in the multicultural cauldron of the rural West.
They won’t firm your bottom but they can help you get fit.
Untitled (2008) by Philip Argent, '94 MFA
The uncertain future of the Las Vegas Art Museum collection now secure through new partnership with College of Fine Arts.
Kevin Hwang
No idea too big or small, Rebel entrepreneurs have more than business “plans.”
Can’t put your finger on what’s wrong with that trendy new restaurant? Maybe the music they’ve piped is setting the wrong tone, according to alumnus Allen Klevens.
Local artist and UNLV alumnus Troy Gillett
Local artist and UNLV alumnus Troy Gillett created an inspiring art piece to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11.
Why the Bigelow Physics Building has a swooping roofline and an apple tree.
What have your fellow UNLV graduates been up to? Read about their latest accomplishments.