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Greetings! Hope you all had a restful winter break and enjoyed the wonderful professional development sessions offered through CAPE at this spring’s convocation. This Chronicle includes information regarding CSN’s performance in the second performance pool, the state budget, accomplishments and … Continue reading

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2015 Governor’s Budget Recommendations for Higher Education

From Office of the President Email Jan. 18, 2015: The Governor delivered his State of the State address last night, outlining his recommendations for the state’s budget over the next two years.  His budget includes the restoration of salaries for professional and … Continue reading

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CSN to Name Student Services building in Honor of Dr. Meacham

        For Immediate Release:   Contact: Richard Lake, CSN Public Relations Specialist, 702-651-7715, Richard.Lake@csn.edu   CSN to Name Charleston Campus Student Services Building in Honor of President Emeritus Dr. Paul E. Meacham Student Services Building to Bear the … Continue reading

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February Chronicle

The CSN Chronicle  Introduction Much is happening at CSN, and this extended Chronicle summarizes many activities, events, and news items about the college.  Because the new funding formula for higher education in Nevada requires so much time and attention, there … Continue reading

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CSN Budget Town Hall

CSN Town Hall – February 2, 2011 The following e-mail was sent to faculty and staff on Feb. 1: Good morning, colleagues, We have a town hall meeting scheduled tomorrow to discuss the budget, and I hope you can attend … Continue reading

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Shared Governance at CSN

I believe creating an ombudsman role to facilitate this communication and ensuring CSN has its own watch dog to make certain policies and procedures are followed will go a long way to strengthen faculty governance at CSN.

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Planning for more potential budget cuts

As we welcome faculty, staff and students back for spring semester 2010, we are beginning to make internal plans to respond to the governor’s call for budget reduction plans of 6, 8, or 10% for each year of the biennium.

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