UNLV Newsmakers 2021: April | News Center | University of Nevada, Las Vegas - UNLV NewsCenter

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UNLV Newsmakers 2021: April | News Center | University of Nevada, Las Vegas - UNLV NewsCenter UNLV Newsmakers 2021: April | News Center | University of Nevada, Las Vegas - UNLV NewsCenter Posted: 11 May 2021 03:04 PM PDT Housing projects, vaccinations, systemic change, and economic recovery in Las Vegas were big topics for UNLV during the month of April.  As students carried on with virtual and in-person learning, UNLV continued to be a part of the action on national crises. On-campus inoculation teams progressed in serving both first and second-dose vaccinations to Nevada residents. University experts provided expertise on hospitality and police reform as pandemic restrictions lessened and the Derek Chauvin police brutality trial came to an end. A UNLV student team competed in an international solar homebuilding competition and won third in the world for their design of a dwelling built for military veterans with PTSD. And the university

It’s unclear whether Connecticut colleges will resume in-person classes in the fall, leaving students and pare - Hartford Courant

Free said that if gatherings remain limited at five, for example, classes would likely take place online. However, if restrictions are limited to 20 or more people, most classes would be able to meet. Another option is having some students attend a given class in-person, while others attend online, she said. The school is also taking into account the possibility that dorms and residence halls may or may not be open, or they may be limited to 50% capacity, in which non-commuters would have preference for housing.



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