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Monthly Chronicle, November 24, 2020

As the holiday season is upon us, I want to wish you and your families a very happy Thanksgiving on behalf of the entire CSN family. Traditionally, this is a time when we gather with friends and family; however in … Continue reading

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Mandatory Furlough For Fiscal Year 2021

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Give the Gift of Hope

Dear CSN Family, This has been a challenging year for all of us, but it is moments like these that allow us to define ourselves and choose the path we take forward from here. As social activist and Nobel Laureate … Continue reading

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James McCoy to Serve as Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs

Dear CSN Family, I’m pleased to announce the appointment of James McCoy as the Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs. This appointment comes after an internal search process that was open to all NSHE employees. Mr. McCoy will serve in … Continue reading

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Facilities & Services Available During Stay at Home 2.0

Dear CSN Family, As I communicated last week, CSN has responded to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s Stay at Home 2.0 plan by suspending all but essential on-campus operations through at least November 30. We have all been watching and reading the … Continue reading

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Stay at Home 2.0 Details

On Tuesday, November 10, Gov. Steve Sisolak outlined the Stay at Home 2.0 for Nevada as a result of current transmission rates of the coronavirus which in our community, state and across the country have seen increasing positive cases. As … Continue reading

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NSHE Leaders Implore Higher Education Community to Continue Safety Protocols

Dear CSN Family, In response to Gov. Steve Sisolak’s recent statement on the COVID-19 pandemic, NSHE Chancellor Dr. Melody Rose released a letter this morning that called for the system’s eight institutions to remain vigilant in the fight against virus. … Continue reading

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CSN’s Stay at Home 2.0 Plan

Dear CSN Family, The CSN campus community has been resilient this year as the global COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold, and it is time now to come together once again to do our part to help fight this disease. As … Continue reading

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Monthly Chronicle, October 26, 2020

We are more than halfway through the fall 2020 Semester, and you have no doubt noticed the upward trend in COVID-19 cases. Unfortunately, our fall 2020 enrollment is approximately 10 percent down (FTE) from fall 2019 levels, and this will … Continue reading

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Celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month

Dear CSN Family, Please join me in celebrating and recognizing the contributions of our CSN LGBTQ+ community during LGBTQ+ History Month October 1-31. The monthlong celebration is dedicated to recognizing the achievements, talents and contributions of LGBTQ+ individuals throughout history. … Continue reading

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