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April 1, 2015
Lori Brazfield: Nevada System of Higher Education - Nevada Business Magazine

Nevada Business Magazine

Lori Brazfield: Nevada System of Higher Education
Nevada Business Magazine
Grant administration is one you fall into. I began writing grants for local non-profits to gain awareness and funding for projects; then one thing led to another and I began managing the projects and my career in higher education overseeing the entire ...

April 19, 2015
Lack of pediatric care forces families to leave Nevada - Reno Gazette Journal

Reno Gazette Journal

Lack of pediatric care forces families to leave Nevada
Reno Gazette Journal
"The need for medical care in our state is a crisis," said Dan Klaich, the chancellor and chief executive officer of the Nevada System of Higher Education. Klaich said Nevada has one of the lowest numbers of doctors per capita. The state is ranked near ...

April 19, 2015
Western Nevada College News & Notes: Student's dedication to community ... - Nevada Appeal

Nevada Appeal

Western Nevada College News & Notes: Student's dedication to community ...
Nevada Appeal
The Regents' Scholar Award is granted to a student from each Nevada System of Higher Education institution for their academic achievements, leadership ability and community service efforts. Along with the honor, Openshaw will receive a $5,000 stipend.

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April 14, 2015
Bill would boost training for Nevada high-tech jobs - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Bill would boost training for Nevada high-tech jobs
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Frank Woodbeck, executive director of Nevada College Collaborative, a program within the Nevada System of Higher Education to coordinate the needs of businesses with community colleges, said the funding would benefit core industries Nevada is trying to ...

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April 19, 2015
Nevada Legislature Week 12: Crunch time for passing bills - KRNV My News 4

Nevada Legislature Week 12: Crunch time for passing bills
KRNV My News 4
(AP) — Lawmakers are up against a major deadline in the 12th week of the Nevada Legislature: Most bills need to pass a vote of either the full Senate or Assembly by Tuesday or they won't advance. Expect decisions ... Setting up a merit pay system has ...

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April 16, 2015
Commentary: Higher education needs increased state funding - Elko Daily Free Press

Elko Daily Free Press

Commentary: Higher education needs increased state funding
Elko Daily Free Press
However, state funds for the 8 institutions in the Nevada System of Higher Education decreased dramatically, by nearly 30 percent, during the Great Recession from a high of $683,818,577 in 2009 to $472,368,017 in 2013. The NSHE Board of Regents has ...

April 19, 2015
Why? No easy answers to Milwaukee's spiraling violence - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Why? No easy answers to Milwaukee's spiraling violence
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dozens of violent incidents so far this year have left at least 43 dead, and the number may already be higher, with police investigating the deaths of two people Friday as possible homicide by arson. The questions abound. What were they thinking? How ...

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April 18, 2015
Lawson: Look at Truman's telegram - Reno Gazette Journal

Reno Gazette Journal

Lawson: Look at Truman's telegram
Reno Gazette Journal
I just see them now explaining to students the advantages of having an education give them an opportunity to earn higher incomes, out of state perhaps! While these morons continue ... Until then, the system will continue to fail. Separation of church ...

April 8, 2015
Former Nevada attorney general to run for Reid's Senate seat - Fresno Bee

Fresno Bee

Former Nevada attorney general to run for Reid's Senate seat
Fresno Bee
She says she left her new job as the executive vice chancellor for the Nevada System of Higher Education on Tuesday to launch her campaign. (AP Photo/The Las Vegas Sun, Leila Navidi,File) LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL OUT LEILA NAVIDI — AP.

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April 19, 2015
Nevada can fund education, without back-breaking taxes - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada can fund education, without back-breaking taxes
Las Vegas Review-Journal
Our K-12 school system is failing, even though the state has thrown greatly increased amounts of money at it, and it needs to be fixed. ... Because taxes are already unreasonably high, opposition to new or higher taxes is sometimes bipartisan in Nevada.

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