Resort design has evolved over time to evoke an emotional response from guests and inspire customer loyalty from guests. A group of leading Las Vegas design professionals will discuss this evolution during a special panel presentation on Sunday, April 23, at UNLV’s Lied Library.
The UNLV University Libraries is now publishing UNLV Bibliography, a showcase and record of the scholarly and creative output of UNLV researchers. The project will preserve, increase discoverability, and provide additional access to UNLV research, while enhancing the visibility of UNLV faculty and increasing the impact of their work. The project has launched with a list of entries covering works published in 2015. The University Libraries will update UNLV Bibliography to build a comprehensive and current bibliography reflecting the full scope of research and creative activities at the university.
Study Week is stressful, but the library is here to help you de-stress for finals success! Stop by one or more events in Lied Library during study and finals week. Spend a few minutes with a certified therapy dog, do yoga and a guided meditation, or get creative and unwind with art therapy.
Stressed out looking for a computer? Drop by the Rhyolite Room on the first floor of Lied Library for a quiet place to finish your paper or project.
A new exhibit from University Libraries, Writers Imagine Las Vegas: Our City in Fiction, contains more than 80 books with Las Vegas as a backdrop. In this UNLV article, humanities librarian and curator of the exhibit Priscilla Finley recommends some of her favorites.
Explore the Anti-Oppression Resource Guide to learn more about library and campus resources on diversity, inclusion, and social justice. Topics include educating yourself, becoming an ally or activist, and resources for undocumented and DACAmented students. The guide includes a glossary of inclusive language associated with anti-oppression.
Did you know that you can win up to $1,000 for your excellent research project? The University Libraries Lance & Elena Calvert Undergraduate Research Award recognizes students for excellence in research and the research process. Work completed for UNLV credit courses taken during summer and fall 2016 and spring 2017 is eligible. Research projects in all formats are welcome, including research papers and posters, design projects/portfolios, fine arts performances, and creative works in any medium.