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Upcoming Events

  • Writing Center Drop-In Consultations

    Event Date: 
    Thursday, October 10, 2019 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm
    Event Description: 

    Oct. 10, 2019, 5:00pm

    UNLV students can drop-in to receive help from a Writing Center consultant in Lied Library. Writing Center consultants can help you: Brainstorm Make an outline Work on your drafts For more information about Writing Center services, visit their website at https://writingcenter.unlv.edu/.

    Event Location: 
    Amargosa Room
    Building Name: 
    Lied Library
    Event Cost: 
    Free and open to all UNLV students
    Event Sponsor: 
    UNLV University Libraries UNLV Writing Center
  • Strategies for Research in Special Collections&Archives

    Event Date: 
    Friday, October 11, 2019 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
    Event Description: 

    Oct. 11, 2019, 1:00pm

    This workshop is for anyone planning to use unique materials in library special collections and archives either at UNLV or at another library, archive or museum. Participants will learn to locate where collections are held, use collection descriptions and finding aids to discover relevant material, and share tips on collecting and organizing the historical gems they uncover. Participants will learn to locate where collections are held, use collection descriptions and finding aids to discover relevant material, and share tips on collecting and organizing the historical gems they uncover. Instructors: Su Kim Chung and Priscilla Finley

    Event Location: 
    Special Collections and Archives Reading Room
    Building Name: 
    Lied Library
    Event Cost: 
    Open to all graduate students. RSVP online at https://www.library.unlv.edu/inst/signup/.
    Event Sponsor: 
    University Libraries
  • A Lasting Impression: Crafting Your LinkedIn Profile

    Event Date: 
    Friday, October 11, 2019 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
    Event Description: 

    Oct. 11, 2019, 2:00pm

    LinkedIn has been around since 2003 and today is the world's largest professional network with more than 610 million users. Recruiters and employers primarily use LinkedIn to source candidates for positions at their companies, although they also use the platform for their own networking opportunities as well. Given that there are millions of users, how do you craft a profile to best represent who you are and what employment opportunities you hope to pursue? How do you effectively use LinkedIn (searches, messages, and other activities) so that you are not wasting valuable time? The workshop will include: A 60 minute panel comprised of human resource and hiring managers A 30 minute workshop on elevating your LinkedIn Profile A 30 minute working group and headshot You must attend the first 90 minutes of the workshop to receive the free headshot. By participating in this workshop you will: Understand the value of creating a profile Identify the important components of a profile Learn LinkedIn etiquette Develop and locate content for your profile Hear from a panel comprised of human resource and hiring managers on how they use LinkedIn to recruit and hire new employees and learn helpful tips and tricks from them Receive a free headshot for your Linkedin Profile Professional Development Academy Program: Post-Graduate Career Pathways Program Professional Development Academy Pillars: Career Prep Learning Experience: Panel Time Commitment: 2 - 8 hours Lifecycle Stage: Mid, Late Master's & Mid, Late Doctoral Panelists: Forthcoming Workshop Facilitator: Lateka Grays, Hospitality Librarian & Associate Professor, UNLV Libraries

    Event Location: 
    Amargosa (LLB 1149) and Eureka (LLB 1146)
    Building Name: 
    Lied Library
    Event Cost: 
    This workshop is open to UNLV graduate students. Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance for the workshop. The Graduate College is now using Event Pass for all events and workshops. For easy check-in at the event, generate an Event Pass QR code by visit
    Event Sponsor: 
    Graduate College, Career Services, and Libraries.
  • A UNLV Research Week and Hispanic Heritage Month Event

    Event Date: 
    Monday, October 14, 2019 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
    Event Description: 

    Oct. 14, 2019, 1:00pm

    Join the Greenspun College of Urban Affairs and the University Libraries in recognizing the Latinx Voices of Southern Nevada oral history project. The student-led project now has KUNV Radio podcast that features interviews with dozens of Nevada Latinx community. Three members of the Latinx community will join student historians in a live panel discussion at the event. 1 p.m. Reception 1:30 p.m. Panel The student historians are: Monserrath Hernandez Nathalie Martinez Elsa Lopez The panelists are: Cisco Aguilar, Chairman, Cristo Rey St. Viator High School Tom Rodriguez, Hispanic Historian/Author/Activist Jocelyn Cortez, immigration lawyer Latinx Voices of Southern Nevada interview transcripts are housed in UNLV Special Collections and Archives and will be made accessible online through the UNLV Libraries website. The event is free and open to the public. RSVP at: https://cal.library.unlv.edu/event/5627403

    Event Location: 
    Greenspun Hall auditorium, first floor lobby.
    Building Name: 
    Greenspun Hall
    Event Cost: 
    Free and open to the public.
    Event Sponsor: 
    Greenspun College of Urban Affairs and University Libraries
  • SURJ: Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal

    Event Date: 
    Monday, October 14, 2019 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
    Event Description: 

    Oct. 14, 2019, 3:00pm

    Join us to learn about UNLV's first undergraduate research journal, how you can get involved, and how you can submit your work for publication. For more information or to RSVP, visit the Involvement Center website.

    Event Location: 
    Amargosa Room
    Building Name: 
    Lied Library
    Event Cost: 
    Open to undergraduate students interested in publising with Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal (SURJ) or how to become involved with SURJ.
    Event Sponsor: 
    The Office of Undergraduate Research and University Libraries.

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