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Pride Month: Read the Rainbow

Read with Pride! The Teacher Development & Resources Library is celebrating June by spotlighting Young Pride (books for Pre-K through middle school) on this… more

Image of Historic Westside Legacy Park under construction, May 26, 2021

The Center for Gaming Research at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas invites interested scholars to apply for the 2021-22 William R.

🕒 June 16, 2021
Amanda Melilli

Amanda Melilli, head of UNLV's Teacher Development & Resources Library, is featured in a new article from Diverse Issues In Higher Education magazine.

🕒 June 15, 2021
Peter Grema researching the Clark County Economic Opportunity Board Records (MS-00016) in the Special Collections & Archives Reading Room, spring 2021.
🕒 June 8, 2021
Archival processing assistant Jimmy Chang cuts acid-free boards to create a custom storage solution for metal advertising proofs of The Outlaw (1943).”

Ryan DiPaolo is the project archivist working

🕒 June 1, 2021
Lied Library

Effective June 1, University Libraries facilities end restricted access and are open to the public.

🕒 May 19, 2021
The Teacher Development & Resources Library is celebrating Indigenous Voices with the May Curated Book Display.
🕒 May 4, 2021
Teaching & Learning Librarian Mark Lenker, Isabella Chung, Nathalie Martinez, Michael Schwob, Interim Head of Educational Initiatives Rosan Mitola, and Dean of Libraries Maggie Farrell.
🕒 May 3, 2021
Robert “Bob” Paluzzi with his Cirkut Camera at Super Bowl XXXII in San Diego, January 1998. Image courtesy of Victoria Paluzzi.
🕒 April 14, 2021

We are pleased to welcome this month’s Eadington Fellow Dr. John Eglin, Professor of History, University of Montana, Missoula.

🕒 March 23, 2021

The UNLV Libraries condemn the ongoing acts of violence against the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities across the country. As we mark the one year anniversary of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we stand in solidarity with our Asian American and Pacific Islander students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members as well as all individuals of color, gender identities, sexual orientations, and others who contribute to diversification of our community.

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