CSN Henderson Campus
Greetings to all! I hope your semester is going well. There is much activity on many fronts that I have covered in this newsletter, including financial aid, the e-Learning task force and of course, rumors and questions.
Please note that in the coming months, you may receive a call from Francine to come [...]
Congratulations to CSN’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter! I am proud to announce the nation’s largest community college honor society has designated CSN’s organization a Five Star Chapter, the highest level of distinction.
The designation recognizes the college’s chapter for its progress in meeting student engagement and community service goals. CSN will also receive a Five Star [...]
This is a belated March Chronicle, which primarily serves to lay a foundation for the college-wide town hall meetings that begin next week. I plan to share additional details as available from the state and Nevada System of Higher Education at those sessions. [...]
Congratulations to CSN’s Administrative Faculty Assembly for winning the faculty and staff softball tournament!
Photos from the 2012 CSN Hungry Games are now available at http://sites.csn.edu/csnweekly/Hungry%20Games/index.html
I’m pleased to report on several actions at the meeting of the Board of Regents on March 1-2 held here at CSN.
First, the Regents voted to bestow the Nevada Regents’ Academic Advisor Award for Community Colleges to CSN Counselor Jana Wolf. She has been an invaluable resource and students constantly ask for her by name. [...]
The CSN Chronicle
Greetings and welcome to The CSN Chronicle for March 2011. Spring semester this year is unusually busy and the Legislature continues its deliberations.
Work Climate Survey
Survey results are summarized here for your information. The committee, chaired by Professor Janice Glasper, has released the high and low lights of the survey. The results of [...]
This year promises plenty of challenges and frustrations for those of us at the College of Southern Nevada as we embark upon an ominous legislative session. But there is something to celebrate in [...]
Yesterday, I had the privilege to help honor two individuals, who have given much of their time, energy and passion to help their community, with the U.S. President’s Volunteer Service [...]
I want to take a moment to urge you to attend the Vegas Valley Book Festival this week if you have a chance. Some of CSN’s faculty will be highlighted at this event.
CSN Professor H. Lee Barnes, a novelist and short story writer, whom we are very proud to say was recently inducted in the [...]
In the past two years, I’ve been impressed with the kind of institution CSN is, and with the positive way faculty express themselves about their profession and the way students aspire to succeed in the classroom through their service of this institution. Much of this can be better communicated. So, I’m starting a blog to extend [...]