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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 27, 2015
GBC hosts donor appreciation event - Elko Daily Free Press

Elko Daily Free Press

GBC hosts donor appreciation event
Elko Daily Free Press
Specifically, several parcels were deeded to the Nevada System of Higher Education and 285 acres at the south end of Pahrump for the purposes of building a new Great Basin College campus. Curtis said it will take several months before it is evaluated ...

April 27, 2015
DOE selects Fallon as site for national geothermal test site - Nevada Appeal

Nevada Appeal

DOE selects Fallon as site for national geothermal test site
Nevada Appeal
FORGE will build on recent successes in structural modeling, drilling, CO2 sequestration, and enhanced geothermal systems that have attracted a cluster of geothermal excellence to Nevada and the Nevada System of Higher Education. One of FORGE's ...

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April 26, 2015
Nevada Journalism School to Establish Spanish-Speaking News Coverage ... - Latin Post

Latin Post

Nevada Journalism School to Establish Spanish-Speaking News Coverage ...
Latin Post
In response to his retirement announcement, Masto, the current executive vice chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education, thanked Reid for his service and described him a "powerful voice" for Nevada families, reports USA Today Politics.

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April 27, 2015
Robyn Openshaw Earns $5000 Regents Scholar Award - WNC News

WNC News

Robyn Openshaw Earns $5000 Regents Scholar Award
WNC News
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.

April 27, 2015
The Dying Sea - The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The Dying Sea
The New Yorker
With the water gone, the lake bed could emit as much as a hundred tons of fine, caustic dust a day, leading to respiratory illness in the healthy and representing an acute hazard for people with compromised immune systems. No one ... The Imperial ...

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April 24, 2015
Doctoral engineering student Augustus Merwin named 2015 Regents Scholar - Nevada Today

Nevada Today

Doctoral engineering student Augustus Merwin named 2015 Regents Scholar
Nevada Today
The Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents recognizes an outstanding undergraduate and graduate student scholar annually at each NSHE institution. Awards are based upon distinguished academic accomplishments, leadership ability and ...

April 26, 2015
UNLV researcher earns Reid award for teen pregnancy work - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Review-Journal

UNLV researcher earns Reid award for teen pregnancy work
Las Vegas Review-Journal
It's unfortunate that it has taken this long for a woman researcher to win this award, considering it's 2015, said Constance Brooks, vice chancellor for government &community affairs at the Nevada System of Higher Education. “I'm glad that woman is her ...

March 29, 2015
Kate Marshall & Elliott Parker: Balancing Nevada's need for higher education - Nevada Appeal

Kate Marshall & Elliott Parker: Balancing Nevada's need for higher education
Nevada Appeal
Ever since the Morrill Act of 1862, Nevada's public higher education system has been a balancing act between what is good for our students and what is good for our state. Milt Glick, UNR's late president, used to say the university not only helped its ...

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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