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CSN libraries provide valuable resources for students

As final exams creep closer, CSN’s three libraries will see more students taking advantage of the free services. With about 30 full-time staff members and a couple dozen part-time workers spread across the Charleston, North Las Vegas and Henderson campuses, … Continue reading

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CSN anthropology student selected for prestigious summer internship

A first-year anthropology student at CSN will investigate and analyze human bones at the University of South Alabama this summer as part of a National Science Foundation grant. Silvio Mirabel Torres, 20, was one of eight students nationwide selected to … Continue reading

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CSN counselors offer tips for Stress Awareness Month

April is Stress Awareness Month, so you have to chill. It’s a rule. Don’t know how? That’s OK, counselors at the College of Southern Nevada are hoping to help students manage their symptoms in healthy ways. All CSN students are … Continue reading

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CSN launches forensic anthropology internship

Sooner or later, it’ll all come out. Your age, your sex, your ethnicity – there’s no hiding from science. “The bones, they tell everything,” said 22-year-old Lesley Gonzales, CSN’s first forensic anthropology intern. Gonzales has the opportunity to get hands-on … Continue reading

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CSN Faculty Member Art on Display in Downtown Las Vegas

Stroll down Main Street in the City of Las Vegas Arts District and you’ll find artwork from the College of Southern Nevada. Jeff Fulmer, CSN’s gallery coordinator and a part-time adjunct faculty member, was one of 10 artists whose work … Continue reading

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Nevada Legislature Learns About Proposed CSN & NSC Health & Sciences Building

State lawmakers heard testimony last week on the new Health & Sciences Building proposed for our Henderson Campus. During a joint budget subcommittee on March 14, the legislators discussed two other higher education projects, as well: the education building at … Continue reading

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CSN Vet Tech program treats injured hawk

Students in the Veterinary Technology program at the College of Southern Nevada had a special visitor in the clinic earlier this month: a 22-year-old Harris Hawk named Zara. Under the direction of program Director Dr. Dennis Olsen, students assisted in … Continue reading

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CSN hosts annual Diversity Week

The College of Southern Nevada recently wrapped the 2019 Diversity Week celebrations. Through a variety of events, students and staff were able to learn and interact with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. CSN values diversity and inclusion in all … Continue reading

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Grant allows CSN to expand mental health awareness, access

A new training program at the College of Southern Nevada will help provide more mental health access to our students by teaching faculty and staff how to recognize early warning signs of distress in students. A three-year, $50,000 federal grant … Continue reading

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Coyote Howl connects students to graduation

Last week, the Office of Alumni Relations and student government held the annual Coyote Howl event for upcoming graduates. More than 300 students attended the event on our North Las Vegas campus, half of whom will graduate this year. Students … Continue reading

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