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October 12, 2014
The price of One Nevada: Higher education edition - Las Vegas Sun

The price of One Nevada: Higher education edition
Las Vegas Sun
That includes $56 million in appropriations to the state administrative agency overseeing higher education, the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE). Among these appropriations, UNLV is allocated less than half of the funding UNR receives.

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October 18, 2014
University bell dedication takes place Wednesday - Elko Daily Free Press

University bell dedication takes place Wednesday
Elko Daily Free Press
The bell will be hung once more outside the old gym at Elko High School, 987 College Ave. Present at the ceremony will be Rotarian and Nevada System of Higher Education Regent Kevin Melcher; University of Nevada, Reno, President Marc Johnson; Great ...

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October 20, 2014
In Tarheel State, Democratic Senate Incumbent Bucks National GOP Trend - Daily Beast

Daily Beast

In Tarheel State, Democratic Senate Incumbent Bucks National GOP Trend
Daily Beast
With the GOP controlling the governor's mansion and both houses of the legislature for the first time since Reconstruction, the state has cut education funding, passed a voter ID law, restricted access to abortion and weakened environmental standards ...

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October 19, 2014
Fiction Writers Help Scientists Push Known Boundaries - New York Times

Fiction Writers Help Scientists Push Known Boundaries
New York Times
Fiction Writers Help Scientists Push Known Boundaries. By PAUL VOOSEN | THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION OCT. 19, 2014. Inside ... His own story describes the erection of a 12-mile-high steel tower above the Nevada desert. Drones and 3-D printers come ...

October 20, 2014
The Obama Brief - The New Yorker

The Obama Brief
The New Yorker
Board of Education, but that's pretty rare. And, given the ... My sense is that the Senate necessarily has to treat the Supreme Court nomination process differently than the circuit- or district-court nomination process—higher profile, people are ...

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October 20, 2014
Election 2014: Otter aims for third term - The Spokesman Review

Election 2014: Otter aims for third term
The Spokesman Review
The unprecedented cuts to education that occurred on Otter's watch came as the state's economy tanked during the recession that hit shortly after he took office in 2007. ... Compounding the problem was a shift in Idaho's school funding system approved ...

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October 8, 2014
Study: Despite new funding formula, Northern Nevada schools still come out on top - Las Vegas Sun

Study: Despite new funding formula, Northern Nevada schools still come out on top
Las Vegas Sun
Last year, the Legislature approved a new formula to divvy up funding among each of the seven schools in the Nevada System of Higher Education. The new model was designed to balance the funding to schools in the north and south using a weighted ...
Study: Nevada higher-ed funding disparity impacts UNLVLas Vegas Review-Journal

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October 17, 2014
Education Notebook, Oct. 23-29, 2014 - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Education Notebook, Oct. 23-29, 2014
Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Nevada System of Higher Education plans to host a free STEM Careers Investigation Program at 4:30 p.m. Thursdays through Nov. 20 to introduce high school students to the possibility of pursuing career in science, technology, engineering and math.

October 5, 2014
Nevada community colleges get job training grants - Reno Gazette Journal

Reno Gazette Journal

Nevada community colleges get job training grants
Reno Gazette Journal
"This grant will enable our community colleges to enhance their workforce training programs and to better meet the needs of Nevada's students and the communities we serve," said Dan Klaich, chancellor of Nevada's System of Higher Education. He said ...

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October 18, 2014
Forget the czar! Try a hot dog instead! - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Forget the czar! Try a hot dog instead!
Las Vegas Review-Journal
You know what time it is? It's voting time! That's right: Early voting will begin Saturday (Oct. 18) and continues for two weeks, before we traditionalists go to the polls on Election Day, Nov. 4. If you're registered to vote, you're halfway there. Now ...