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April 1, 2014
Educating Nevada's Workforce: Higher Education in Nevada - Nevada Business Magazine

Educating Nevada's Workforce: Higher Education in Nevada
Nevada Business Magazine
Education and economy go together. It's almost like an equation: education plus workforce equals a healthy economy. A top flight, community-involved system of higher education is a draw for new industries looking to locate within a state. There's a ...

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March 27, 2014
Nevada chancellor Dan Klaich back to work after surgery - Reno Gazette-Journal

Nevada chancellor Dan Klaich back to work after surgery
Reno Gazette-Journal
Dan Klaich, chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education, returned to work this week, 10 days after undergoing major surgery. Klaich underwent surgery on March 13 at Renown Regional Medical Center and was released the next day. He declined to ...

April 20, 2014
School president sees UNR, UNLV as complementary, not competitors - Las Vegas Sun

School president sees UNR, UNLV as complementary, not competitors
Las Vegas Sun
A wide-ranging discussion included talk about improving the state's education system, the proposed medical school at UNLV, attaining the top Carnegie Foundation classification and the state's north-south rivalry. Here's a condensed version ... The ...

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April 19, 2014
Undergraduates showcase research at symposium - The Record-Courier

Undergraduates showcase research at symposium
The Record-Courier
The symposium gives students a platform to highlight the large breath of research conducted by undergraduates in the Nevada System of Higher Education. Eighty-three students are expected to participate in the symposium, making it the largest symposium ...

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April 19, 2014
Undergraduate students showcase research April 23 - The Record-Courier

Undergraduate students showcase research April 23
The Record-Courier
The symposium gives students a platform to highlight the large breath of research conducted by undergraduates in the Nevada System of Higher Education. Eighty-three students are expected to participate in the symposium, making it the largest symposium ...

April 20, 2014
Mulroy's water expertise won't go down the drain - Las Vegas Sun

Mulroy's water expertise won't go down the drain
Las Vegas Sun
She'll also serve as a faculty associate at the Desert Research Institute, the Nevada System of Higher Education's research arm. Mulroy will work on water, climate and environmental issues. Mulroy will deepen the three institutions' expertise on water ...

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April 4, 2014
Education of Nevada students was always in Bill Raggio's crosshairs - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Education of Nevada students was always in Bill Raggio's crosshairs
Las Vegas Review-Journal
CARSON CITY — Bill Raggio, Nevada's longest-serving state senator, who died in 2012, left his mark on the state in a multitude of ways, particularly in the arena of education funding and reform. Raggio's legacy is on display in the Nevada System of ...

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March 29, 2014
Dave Rice staying at UNLV - ESPN

ESPN

Dave Rice staying at UNLV
ESPN
UNLV will recommend to the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents that coach Dave Rice's contract be extended two years through the 2018-19 season, the school announced Saturday. Rice has three years remaining on his current deal, ...
UNLV recommends extension for coach Riceabc13.com
UNLV nears two-year extension for RiceNews & Observer
Top UNLV brass to recommend 2-year extension for RiceMyNews3 Las Vegas KSNV
USA TODAY
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April 3, 2014
Nevada employment director takes new job with system of higher education - Daily Journal

Nevada employment director takes new job with system of higher education
Daily Journal
Woodbeck on Thursday was named executive director of the Nevada College Collaborative, a new program within the higher education system to improve efficiency and effectiveness among the state's community colleges. He assumes his new role April 21 in ...
State's employment director resigningLas Vegas Sun

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April 17, 2014
Anti-Tax Attacks - Inside Higher Ed

Anti-Tax Attacks
Inside Higher Ed
In 2009, Jim Rogers, who was then the chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education, called the state's then-Governor Jim Gibbons a “greedy, uninterested, unengaged human being whose only, and I mean only, goal is to see what Gibbons can do for ...

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