UNLV engineering students showed off their senior design projects last week. For the first time, the engineers were joined by business students to create appeal for the projects in the business world.
Brother, can you spare a retainer fee? Being a lawyer, once thought to be a near guarantee of prosperity, is no sure bet anymore — even in Las Vegas.
Sometimes it is as important to look at what is not said as what is.
Out of nursing school for just a few months, 24-year-old Elizabeth Martinez already realizes how easy it would be to burn out. Or to make a mistake that can mean the difference between life and death.
Graduation rates at Nevada’s colleges and universities are among the lowest in the nation. As a result, the state has joined a national effort to increase the number of college graduates.