• Amputation is a serious threat to people with diabetes. A team of UNLV faculty researchers, entrepreneurial students, and economic development experts is working to bring a better way to prevent the problem to market soon.

  • UNLV looked in its own backyard to find a coach to take on the challenge of turning around the football team.

  • UNLV English instructor Brittany Bronson named a New York Times opinion writer. Plus new books on Nevada history and women in the workforce.

Recent News

May 20
People

Lawrence Mower jumped into journalism just as newsrooms were cutting back. That gave the young reporter a chance to dig into the numbers to expose corruption in public agencies.


May 19
Campus News

Jacquelline Cobb Fuller, director of Google.org, to address next generation of state leaders at June 4 Women’s Research Institute of Nevada event.


May 19
People

Abuse as a teenager and rejected applications didn't hold James Dold back from law school. Once there, he found his purpose in changing the country's juvenile justice system.


May 18
Campus News

More than 2,700 new UNLV graduates participated in Spring Commencement May 16 at Thomas & Mack Center.


May 18
Campus News

Once the Nevada System of Higher Education set its sights on expanding medical education in the state, things have moved fast. Here’s how far the UNLV School of Medicine has come and what’s next.


May 15
Campus News

Five UNLV students selected for prestigious international scholarship program.


May 15
Business & Community

Clark County School District is ground zero for the issues rumbling in schools across the country. Here's how UNLV is linking research and outreach programs to help find solutions.


May 14
Campus News

Among the 2,700 students expected to graduate this week, five will receive special recognition at commencement. Here's why they were selected.


May 12
Campus News

Students from 38 states and 54 countries to take part in 9 a.m., 2 p.m. ceremonies at Thomas & Mack Center; expected grads up 15 percent from 2014.


May 12
Research

When did society start linking problem gambling to the concept of addiction? Medical historian Celeste Chamberland discusses the origins in the May 14 Eadington Fellows lecture.


May 11
Arts & Culture

Jazz studies students have earned eight student music awards since 2010


May 11
People

Greenspun College of Urban Affairs alumna talks about covering a devastating mudslide and what future journalists need to know.


From The Archives

May 16, 2014
UNLV History
UNLV's spring commencement will be held Saturday, May 16. Join us in congratulating our newest alumni on Twitter with the hashtag #UNLVGrad or on our Facebook page. For full ceremony details, visit the commencement website.