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UNLV begins accreditation process for medical school

By Brett Murray The Liaison Committee on Medical Education has accepted the UNLV School of Medicine’s application for accreditation. “Creating a UNLV School of Medicine is a top priority for UNLV,” said UNLV President Donald Snyder in a university press release. School of Medicine officials under the leadership of Planning Dean Dr. Barbara Atkinson are recruiting faculty, scouting for ...Full Article

Drones glide into Nevada

The UNLV Center for Crime and Justice Policy has created a “Research in Brief” series to measure public attitude on the activities of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), or drones. ...Full Article

New degree boosts UNLV’s law program

UNLV will offer a new Master of Laws program in gaming law and regulation starting in Fall 2015. According to a press release from UNLV media relations, this program ...Full Article

New Intel Cherry Creek supercomputer will give UNLV a shot at reaching Tier-1 status

UNLV snagged an opportunity to move closer to Tier-1 status when it was awarded the use of the Cherry Creek Intel supercomputer. Cherry Creek is ranked 400 in the ...Full Article

UNLV launches new education Master’s program

UNLV will launch a new urban leadership master’s program in Spring 2015. The program, which will be offered through the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs, is a “revival and ...Full Article

Tier-1 takes “top priority” in annual State of the University address

UNLV President Don Snyder looked at the university’s past achievements and future challenges in the push for Tier-1 status at the annual State of the University address on Sept. ...Full Article

UNLV awarded Intel supercomputer

UNLV has been awarded the Intel “Cherry Creek” supercomputer, and is working with Switch SUPERNAP to bring one of the world’s fastest and most powerful supercomputers to Las Vegas. ...Full Article

Four CSUN members step down over summer break

Four members of CSUN have resigned since the inauguration of the current administration in May. Desiree Tupas and Marclem Hernandez of the CSUN Judicial Council, as well as Henry ...Full Article

Senators walk out of CSUN meeting

Two senators walked out during Friday’s CSUN meeting, breaking quorum and bringing the session to an end. Sens. Dena Banning of the college of urban affairs and Seth Crawley ...Full Article

Brother of UNLV graduate stuck in Indonesia due to political strife among local tribes

The brother of a UNLV alum has been trapped in Indonesia for at least four days after political strife broke out between local tribes. John Beede was climbing down ...Full Article
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