UNLV’s winter commencement featured two Latina students graduating with Ph.D. degrees in mechanical engineering.
Projects for the Fred and Harriet Cox Senior Design Competition will be on display from 1:45-6 p.m. Friday at Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
The student newspaper, which was founded nearly 70 years ago, has faced financial insecurity over the last few years.
Clarence Gilyard, a UNLV film professor, was famous for his role as computer-terror expert Theo in “Die Hard.”
The university’s team was among 17 groups that participated in an avatar robotics testing event in Long Beach, California.
UNLV’s Military and Veterans Support Center, which helps student veterans transition to campus life, recently had its 10th anniversary.
Thanks to $2.1 million in federal funds, UNLV will be opening a new space aimed at helping businesses in the Historic Westside.
UNLV was awarded a $1.18 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help expand a program that helps researchers and students turn their ideas into a commercially viable product.
UNLV medical students and others joined Gov. Steve Sisolak on Wednesday during the opening celebration for the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine in Las Vegas.
A professor who was investigated for sexual harassment and fostering a hostile work environment in Florida is now an endowed chair in UNLV’s College of Education.
Construction is expected to wrap up in late October on the UNLV medical school’s first permanent facility.
On Tuesday, UNLV began to greet roughly 1,500 new and returning student residents. Among them, were freshman with mixed feelings about moving away from home.
Artist Claes Oldenburg was known for his large-scale Pop Art sculptures, including the Typewriter Eraser, Scale X,” at CityCenter.