Our People

Celebrating our faculty, staff, and students that make an impact at UNLV.

  • UNLV Stories: Alumnus Vu Tran & Professor Doug Unger

    Vu Tran, '06 Ph.D English, is an assistant professor of practice in the arts & director of undergraduate studies in creative writing at the University of Chicago. Vu discusses the impact of Doug Unger during his time at UNLV.

  • UNLV Stories: Alumna Cariela Santana & Professor Anjala Krishen

    Cariela Santana, '13 BSBA International Business and BSBA Marketing, discusses how professor Anjala Krishen impacted her time at UNLV. Cariela is part of the corporate sponsorship team at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts as well as a freelance brand marketing consultant. She serves on the boards of Nevada DECA and the American Advertising Federation and is president of Ad 2 Las Vegas networking group.

  • Organ Regeneration Research

    New research into the process of cell and organ regeneration is being conducted by Dr. Kelly Ai-Sun Tseng and her lab at UNLV's School of Life Sciences. More info: www.unlv.edu/news

  • Dining Commons Legend: Minnie Epps

    An interview with Minne Epps, lead cashier for UNLV Dining Commons.

  • Interview: Computer Engineering major Shadden Abdalla

    Learn more about computer engineering major Shadden Abdalla's involvement with the UNLV student community.

  • Spring 2017 #UNLVGrad Speaker Vlad Zhitny

    Graduating senior Vlad Zhitney is part of the inaugural class of the UNLV School of Medicine and is giving a commencement speech at the 2017 spring ceremony.

  • Interview: CSUN President Carlos Fernandez

    Carlos Fernandez discusses the opportunities he has ahead of him because the experiences and professors at UNLV.

  • Interview: English major Myles Lum

    Hear why English major Myles Lum is proud to be a part of UNLV.

  • Interview: Dance major Zack Frongillo

    Interview with Zack Frongillo, a sophomore majoring in dance, speaks about the dance program at UNLV.

  • Interview with Football Coach Tony Sanchez

    Tony Sanchez talks about the Fertitta Football Complex, the new 73,000-square-foot football training facility. The Fertitta family is making the new building possible after pledging $10 million — the largest single gift in the athletic department’s history — toward the state-of-the-art facility to be built on the UNLV campus at the north end of team’s practice area.

  • Interview with Dance Professor Louis Kavouras

    Dance professor and department chair Louis Kavouras talks about research in the arts and pushing the boundaries with movement in dance.