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Town Hall Summary

President’s Town Halls Summary Fall 2017 Greetings Colleagues! Earlier this month, I held town hall meetings on each campus, and I thank those of you who were in attendance. We discussed many important topics, and answered a few questions, too. … Continue reading

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Tenure Announcement

Congratulations to the following individuals on earning tenure, approved by the Board of Regents today. Sherry Lynn Aldridge, Nursing Dr. Andrea Brown, Human Behavior Bryan Scott Burton, Public Safety & Human Services Jessica Carlson, Nursing Cecilia Degenhart, Health Related Professions … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the following individuals for whom the Board of Regents approved tenure this week. This is a major milestone and achievement for our faculty! Alda A. Anderson, Business, Hospitality and Public Service Craig N. Anderson, International Languages Dr. Barbara … Continue reading

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March Cabinet Notes

Dr. Richards reminded the group of Spring Break, March 15-21, and the Legacy of Achievement Gala on April 24 at the M Resort. Jacque Matthews told everyone that so far, the Gala planning and table sales are progressing as expected, but there are plenty of tables and seats still available for purchase.

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Special Board of Regents Meeting 2-2-2010

The Board of Regents met at the Charleston campus today to discuss the state’s nearly $900 million budget deficit. We estimate this will mean a 22 percent cut in general fund appropriations to the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE). This would mean a statewide cut to Nevada colleges and universities of about $37 million for the remainder of this year and $110 million for next year.

For CSN, we estimate that this would mean a budget reduction of about $6 million this fiscal year and $18 million next year.

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