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Scholarship Boot Camps Help Students Secure Funding, Complete Their Degrees

By rpietrucha on December 1, 2015 7:00 AM | Permalink

Left: A UNLV student reviews one of the University Libraries' many scholarship resources. Right: Marydean Martin and Charlie Silvestri began supporting the University Libraries when they were UNLV students. In addition to Martin’s donation last winter to fund the Libraries’ Scholarship Boot Camps, the couple made a donation this summer to name the group study room in Lied Library pictured above. Both are staunch supporters of education in Southern Nevada, with a high school named in honor of Silvestri and Nevada State College’s library named in honor of Martin.

Over the last five years, UNLV developed a comprehensive retention, progression, and completion plan to promote student success and increase graduation rates. However, this plan does not address the most critical obstacle students face when pursuing a degree: the cost of higher education.

Events Scrapbook: Research Week Open House

By rpietrucha on December 1, 2015 2:00 AM | Permalink

Clockwise, from left: 1) Yuko Shinozaki (library technician) assists a student in using one of the Libraries’ many research databases. 2) Silvia Southwick (Digital Collections metadata librarian, pictured left) and Cory Lampert (head of Digital Collections, pictured center) share information about Special Collections with students. 3) Laura Gittins (library technician) explains how the Libraries’ student employees gain valuable research and information literacy skills through their library work that helps them excel in their academic careers. 4) A UNLV faculty member explores the Libraries’ digital collections on a multitaction screen.

General Announcements

By rpietrucha on December 1, 2015 1:00 AM | Permalink


Claytee D. White was recognized as the “Best Keeper of Our History” in Vegas Seven’s 2015 “Best of the City” issue. As director of the UNLV University Libraries’ Oral History Research Center, White has spent more than a decade collecting the stories of Las Vegas residents and preserving the history of Southern Nevada. Read more about her here.