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Alumni & Friends

Alumni of the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs truly understand the meaning of our motto, "making a difference." Graduates from all college disciplines go on to make great contributions to the community, but never forget their Rebel spirit.

Get Connected

Stay connected by joining the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs chapter. For more information, please contact Holly Woodward, Chapter President: urbanaffairsalumni@unlv.edu.

Joining the UNLV Alumni Association is a wonderful way to be part of the college tradition, stay connected with peers, and give back to UNLV. We have two chapters dedicated to our alumni:

Greenspun College of Urban Affairs Alumni Chapter

Board of Directors

  • President, Izack Tenorio
  • Vice President, Linett Posada
  • Secretary, Patrick Smith
  • Treasurer, Christian Salas
  • Member-at-large, Kanani Espinoza

Board Members

  • Andrew VanNess, ’02 BA Criminal Justice

Urban Affairs Alumni Stories

Class Notes

Beatriz Martinez

Beatriz Martinez, ’15 Master of Public Administration, joined the Clark County Regional Flood Control District in August 2015 as its public information coordinator. Running and volunteering are her hobbies.

Gregory Smith

Gregory M. Smith, '86 BA and '98 MA Criminal Justice, retired from public service in August, having served 21 years with the Nevada attorney general's office and four years with the Clark County district attorney's office. He is the father of Mark G. Smith, '16 BA Criminal Justice.      

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Support the College

Everyone benefits from a strong and vibrant university, and your gift is a way to make a difference in the future of our students and society. Friends of the college are excellent champions of our mission, and there are many ways to give.

UNLV Urban Affairs Alum Jon Castagnino, The Rebel Report