Category Archives: CSN Students

President’s Volunteer Service Awards

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 Awards.

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CSN Student Involvement

Today is the first day of student elections and I would like to encourage all CSN students to vote! Our ASCSN senators and executive officers do a tremendous job of providing leadership for our growing student body. These roles will … Continue reading

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March Chronicle

Greetings to all! There is much activity on many fronts that I’d like you to know about. Continue reading

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CSN Students Attend Special Session

Approximately 45 higher education students from Southern Nevada, 17 of which were from CSN, took a bus up to Carson City on Monday night, leaving at 10 p.m. to make it to the special session. Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford invited the students to an impromptu meeting with the Senate, where students told lawmakers about why higher education funding matters. Continue reading

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A rainy day for our students

I would just like to say that I am very proud of the CSN students who braved the rain and cold yesterday to attend the rally at the Grant Sawyer State Office Building with students from NSC and UNLV. I … Continue reading

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My position on enrollment caps

As you can imagine, the issue of caps is difficult and complex, almost anathema to our community college DNA that prizes access, inclusion and affordability. I’ve maintained two positions: Continue reading

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