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As both a graduate and a history professor, Michael Green has watched UNLV’s growth with some awe. It’s future, he says, will be all the more astonishing.
How can UNLV help our researchers soar? Mary Croughan isn’t afraid to ask the question, listen for the answer, and take action.
Forum lecture will examine the rhetoric of the Mob Museum, both within the exhibits, and in its broader context in the Las Vegas community.
President Jessup’s annual State of the U Sept. 14 will celebrate UNLV’s past, present, and future; student-led 60th Birthday Party is Sept. 12.
President Jessup reaffirms UNLV's core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The Dorian Wind Quintet is known worldwide as one of chamber music’s preeminent and longest continuously active ensembles.
Len Jessup offers three quick tips for your success this fall.
UNLV team readying its aging-in-place home for the prestigious Solar Decathlon competition.
Students in UNLV's crisis and emergency management program focus on preparedness for potential disasters
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McNair/AANAPISI programs for low-income, first-generation students matches undergrads with faculty mentors that share their focus and goals.
Ninth annual check of state’s entering kindergartners showed more have health insurance, yet barriers to health care access still exist.
Step into the world of YES, where high school students meet team UNLV through project-based mentoring and a case-study analysis of the top industry right their backyards.
Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine gene researchers clear the air on the link between schizophrenia and smoking.
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Community Engagement In The News
UNLV is getting a new laser-scanning microscope, which officials say might help recruit researchers and will be available to other Nevada students.
A young researcher seeks to make the Southwest more resilient to climate change.
Not everyone who has their home burglarized gets the same treatment. Because of a shortage of crime lab analysts, only about 21% of burglary calls result in fingerprints being collected, according to LAPD figures.
Hailey Dawson, a seven-year-old girl with a rare defect that left her without three fingers on her right hand, wants to throw out the first pitch at every MLB ballpark. Today, her dream got a lot closer to reality.
A team of more than 25 University of Nevada, Las Vegas students completed a solar house they designed for an international competition in Denver.