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Spiritual Guidance Las Vegas
Professor Jaclyn Costello
Professor Jaclyn Costello UNLV
Professor Jaclyn Costello UNLV

Welcome!

This page contains pictures & information relating to my role as Associate Professor in the UNLV Honors College. This page is not meant to act as a teaching portfolio, but rather a place for to catch glimpse of the classes I teach. If you are interested in reading my official academic materials such as my curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, list of conferences, awards, service, thesis committees served on, publications, etc., please contact me.




Classes Currently in My Teaching Rotation

 Click on the trees below to learn more about each class. To note: the syllabi for my classes are not included, but if you'd like to take a look at any particular syllabus, just let me know :)

HON 410
Persian Poetry:
The Imaginal Real
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HON 100
Honors Writing

 

HON 110 
Perspectives on
the Human Experience

HON 430 
Poetry, World, &

Spiritual Thought

HON 410
Creative Writing
 
(no link for this one)

HON 420
The Art of Stor
ytelling: from Page to Film
 

HON 410
Meaning, Truth, & Sense: 

an exploration

 (no link for this one)

HON 410
A Place of Transformation: The Desert in Literature
 

Professor Jaclyn Costello UNLV
Professor Jaclyn Costello UNLV
Professor Jaclyn Costello
Professor Jaclyn Costello
Professor Jaclyn Costello UNLV
Professor Jaclyn Costello UNLV

teaching back in graduate school

(assisted by Carl Sagan)

Professor Jaclyn Costello UNLV
Professor Jaclyn Costello UNLV
Professor Jaclyn Costello

Mindfulness in the Mountains

This is a video introduction to the Mindfulness in the Mountains meditation program I created for UNLV Honors College students.

"We Got This"

This is a video made by myself and some of the UNLV Honors College students, toward the start of the COVID pandemic.

"Elephant Daydreams"

And this is a beautiful short film by Nadine Veitnere, a student in my class, "The Art of Story Telling..." Nadine's film was accepted into the 54th Annual WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival and won an award in the "Whimsical Shorts" category. Nadine is an awesome human being, and I'm so impressed that she completed this project entirely on her own, while in quarantine. Not to mention, Nadine isn't even a fine arts/liberal arts major... she's studying biology. You kick butt, Nadine! 

Student Film
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