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September 15, 2014
NSHE Notes: Cultivating tomorrow’s education leaders
NSHE Notes: Cultivating tomorrow’s education leaders
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September 8, 2014
NSHE Notes: Welcome back!
NSHE Notes: Welcome back!

As a higher education system, we have been traveling down a long road as we move toward making our eight institutions the pinnacle of intellectual, workforce, cultural, and artistic leadership for Nevada. I am reminded of our progress down this path at the start of every new semester.

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August 18, 2014
NSHE Notes: Public accountability & transparency
NSHE Notes: Public accountability & transparency

As chancellor for the Nevada System of Higher Education, I have a deep appreciation that our states’ public colleges and universities are for the people of Nevada. We are your system of higher education and do our best to anticipate, understand and meet the needs of our citizens. Whether it’s through workforce development, renewable energy research or the myriad of programs and certificates we offer to help our more than 105,000 students, we take great pride in our work.

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July 28, 2014
NSHE Notes: The importance of safe campus environment
NSHE Notes: The importance of a safe campus environment

Sexual assaults on college campuses have recently come to the forefront of a national discussion due to a series of disturbing incidents covered by the national news. I want to be perfectly clear, and I have expressed this message to our campus presidents: our students expect and deserve a safe learning environment. Inappropriate, unwanted, and predatory behavior is intolerable and should be dealt with quickly and decisively. I have directed our Chief Counsel to review campus policies and procedures to ensure that if incidents occur on our campuses that they will be dealt with fairly and humanely.

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July 8, 2014
NSHE Notes: The importance of community college certificates
NSHE Notes: The importance of community college certificates

As our state continues to recover from a period of economic downturn, NSHE's community colleges have taken on an even greater role in building Nevada's new economy and helping Nevadans achieve their career goals. With the conclusion of the 2013-14 academic year, the graduation data from NSHE's institutions has come in. I am thrilled to see so many skilled graduates from our programs.

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June 20, 2014
NSHE Notes: The future of Nevada's community colleges
NSHE Notes: The future of Nevada's community colleges

Nevada's four community colleges have always played a critical role in our state's education system. Whether it's workforce development, job retraining, an associate degree, or a step toward a four-year degree, these public institutions currently serve more than 55,400 students, over half of NSHE's total student enrollment.

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May 27, 2014
NSHE Notes: Nevada Ready
NSHE Notes: Nevada Ready

Preparing our state's K-12 students for the rigors of a college education through Nevada's adoption of the Common Core State Standards (also known as the Nevada Academic Content Standards) is a top priority for NSHE and our partners in the Nevada Department of Education and Nevada Board of Education.

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May 22, 2014
NSHE Notes: Why we are here
NSHE Notes: Why we are here

This month, more than 9,000 students will earn degrees or certificates from NSHE's four community colleges, two universities and our state college. Put another way, that's about the same as every resident of Fallon or Laughlin graduating and entering the workforce over a two-week period.

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May 5, 2014
NSHE Notes: Welcome Frank Woodbeck
NSHE Notes: Welcome Frank Woodbeck

Welcome to the first of many updates on your Nevada System of Higher Education. Our state’s public colleges, universities and research institute are a critical component of our economy, culture, and well-being. In the weeks ahead, I will share news on our progress and our challenges.

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