Below are theses and dissertations completed by graduates of the University of Nevada Las Vegas Public Policy and Leadership (beginning in Summer 2016). This collection also includes theses and dissertations of graduates of the Environmental and Public Affairs Program (through Spring 2016).

For the entire collection of UNLV theses and dissertations, visit UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones

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Theses/Dissertations from 1999

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The Southern Nevada strategic planning authority plan public outreach efforts in the city of Henderson, Brenda S. Fischer

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Rio natural gas, the alternative fuel of the future, Peter Garner

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A Comparison of the establishment of the organizational structure of a citizen review board at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and the city and county of Denver public safety review commission, Glenn Glover

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Do user fees violate nonmember rights?, Jerry Hartman

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A Comparative policy analysis on the effectiveness of implementing student uniforms in public school districts within the United State from 1993 through 1998, Desiree Hiestand

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Nevada's high technology crime task force, Dorinda A. Hollenbeck

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Nevada procurment laws for computer related items for public agencies, Rick Hunsaker

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A Comparison study of the San Francisco Community Board Whole Schools Conflict Resolution Project, Kimberli Huston

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Factors affecting participation in senior center programs, Betty J. Jefferson

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Systemic environmental analysis of the legal mechanisms for controlling air pollution in the Las Vegas Valley, Richard Little

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A Study of issues related to privatization of workers’ compensation in Nevada, Kathryn A. Mack

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Life beyond nuclear testing the Nevada Test Site, Fina Martinez-Myers

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A Case Study of Process Servers in Clark County, Nevada in the District Attorney Criminal Division, Amy M. Meedel

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A Comparative assessment of the status, structure and process utilized by Nevada's family support and preservation consortia to achieve collaboration, Marlys A. Morton

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Probationary periods- promoting excellence or legel loophole?, Daryl R. Privott

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A Comparative analysis of Southern Nevada municipalities, and their active participation to implement historical preservation, Rhonda M. Reeves

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An Analysis of the impact of the internet as a marketing tool for economic development in municipal governments in the western region of the United States, Jacquelin Risner

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The United States federal law enforcement response to increased drug smuggling on the Southwest border, Even Rosenthal

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Public participation in Clark County, Nevada: An analysis of public participation in the land use planning process, Fred R. Turnier

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The Las Vegas Monorail, an innovative solution for public transportation problems within the resort corridor, Cam C. Walker

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Marketing the city of North Las Vegas: Marketing plan and image enhancement program, Janet Zimmerman