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September 1, 2015
Higher Ed officials cleared of wrongdoing allegations - Reno Gazette Journal

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Higher Ed officials cleared of wrongdoing allegations
Reno Gazette Journal
An independent report has found that the Nevada System of Higher Education and its Chancellor Dan Klaich did not violate any ethical or governance standards of higher education. Two months after allegations in the Las Vegas Review Journal accused ...
Investigator: Nevada chancellor didn't break ethical rulesLas Vegas Sun
Consultant clears higher ed chancellor of mishandling critical reportLas Vegas Review-Journal

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September 4, 2015
New UNLV President Len Jessup answers Vegas' burning questions - Las Vegas Weekly (blog)

Las Vegas Weekly (blog)

New UNLV President Len Jessup answers Vegas' burning questions
Las Vegas Weekly (blog)
You know, for the salary, I don't set it, and so that would have to come from the [Nevada System of Higher Education] chancellor and from the system office and regents. They make that decision, and they're the best ones to explain that. The cost of ...

August 11, 2015
Want a job? Major in education, new state report says - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Want a job? Major in education, new state report says
Las Vegas Review-Journal
With funding from a $4 million federal grant, three state agencies, including the Nevada System of Higher Education, built the new site to analyze data collected from the moment students start preschool or kindergarten through their high school ...

September 3, 2015
Rubio, Bush share immigration stance - Reno Gazette Journal

Reno Gazette Journal

Rubio, Bush share immigration stance
Reno Gazette Journal
I could be a question on 'Jeopardy!,' the Nevada version of 'Jeopardy!' ” HIGHER EDUCATION WAS another subject Rubio touched on in Reno. I mentioned in an interview that Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders advocated for free state ...

September 3, 2015
Why Are Colleges Really Going Test-Optional? - KNPR

KNPR

Why Are Colleges Really Going Test-Optional?
KNPR
It's an increasingly popular move in higher education. ... "The test-optional policy should strengthen and diversify an already outstanding applicant pool and will broaden access for those high-achieving students who have historically been ...

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August 26, 2015
5 new initiatives that will impact Nevada college students, staff this school year - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas Review-Journal

5 new initiatives that will impact Nevada college students, staff this school year
Las Vegas Review-Journal
... of notable victories for Southern Nevada's colleges and universities. "Higher education in the state of Nevada — particularly Southern Nevada — got a huge boost," said Rick Trachok, Board of Regents chairman for the Nevada System of Higher Education.

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September 3, 2015
Oak Knoll School students train computer science ambassadors - MyCentralJersey.com

Oak Knoll School students train computer science ambassadors
MyCentralJersey.com
Four students from the Summit-based Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, with the assistance of two of their teachers, took up educational reins by leading a workshop at the Rutgers University's Summer Science Program. Rising Oak Knoll sophomores ...

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August 28, 2015
TMCC President Maria C. Sheehan Announces Retirement - KTVN

KTVN

TMCC President Maria C. Sheehan Announces Retirement
KTVN
She has built a foundation for the college to grow and serve its community in the coming years,” said Dan Klaich, Chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education. “President Sheehan has been a true leader in higher education in the state and at TMCC.

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August 5, 2015
College in 4 years: UNR students take more credits than those at UNLV - Reno Gazette Journal

Reno Gazette Journal

College in 4 years: UNR students take more credits than those at UNLV
Reno Gazette Journal
“It's exciting because we know students that take more credits are likely to graduate on time,” said Crystal Abba, vice chancellor for academic and student affairs for the Nevada System of Higher Education. Abba led a statewide campaign to push the ...

September 3, 2015
Rutgers alumni travel to Copenhagen for dance conference - MyCentralJersey.com

Rutgers alumni travel to Copenhagen for dance conference
MyCentralJersey.com
“As the arts and health care continue to complement one another in new ways, there will be a growing demand for career education that reflects both of these aspects,” said Maria Lupo, manager of Healing Arts at Atlantic Health System. “Montclair State ...