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The eligibility criteria for the UNLV Open Article Fund have been expanded to include additional UNLV researchers.

Every month, Special Collections and Archives will highlight some of our newly processed collections. Here are some of the highlights for February.

Sarah Jones, head of technical services for UNLV Special Collections & Archives, sorts memorial materials left on campus. UNLV Libraries has launched a preservation project to… more
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Amnesty International Archives

The University Libraries has obtained access to Amnesty International Archives: A Global Movement for Human Right

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Every month, Special Collections and Archives will highlight some of our newly processed collections. Here are some of the highlights for October.

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The UNLV Libraries, in collaboration with Black Mountain Institute and Plympton, will host a special event that examines the intersection of the humanities and artificial intelligence on Tuesday, Oct. 24 at 2 p.m.

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In October, the Teacher Development & Resources Library proclaims "Let Freedom Read!" Join us in support of the freedom to enjoy diverse stories, discover new ideas and truths, meet characters who may challenge our world view, and learn from a

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Mandy the Skeleton, Lied Library's rockstar anatomical model, loves the Makerspace. But a recent 3D printing experiment went horribly wrong, and Mandy accidentally create five mini clones.

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Banned Books Week 2023

In conjunction with Banned Books Week running October 1-7, 2023, the Teacher Development & Resources Library and the University Libra

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Storming Caesars Palace

Join the UNLV University Libraries on Tuesday, September 26 in the Goldfield Room at Lied Library for a special screening of the documentary, 

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First-year students pick up a copy of the UNLV Common Read at the First-Year Mixer.

You can pick up a copy of UNLV’s Common Read, Tell Me Who You Are: Shar

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Every month, Special Collections and Archives will highlight some of our newly processed collections. Here are some of the highlights for September.

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Claytee White, Director of the UNLV Oral History Research Center; Ahlam Hamdan, ('23, Clinical Mental Health Counseling) Founder of LV Community of Hope; Athar Haseebullah, Executive Director of the ACLU of Nevada; and Fateen Seifullah, Imam, Masjid As-Sabur, Las Vegas

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