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Run. Hide. Fight. Active Shooter Training Available

University Police Services will hold a “Run. Hide. Fight.” active assailant safety training January 27 through February 6 on all three CSN campuses. The free training sessions are being offered in partnership with Louisiana State University’sNCBRT, a nationally recognized center … Continue reading

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Advocacy project benefits CSN Coyote Cupboards

This semester, students in Communication Professor Charlene S. Gibson’s COM 115 Applied Communication classes chose to collect hygiene items for the Coyote Cupboard on the North Las Vegas Campus as part of the classes’ group advocacy project, called #TeamGibsonGives. The … Continue reading

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CSN in the Community

In the spirit of giving, members of the CSN Office of Inclusive Learning and Engagement recently attended a number of events to give back to the community. Founded by Jon Ponder, HOPE for Prisoners assists with reentry by providing the formerly incarcerated … Continue reading

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CSN signs memorandum of understanding with Mexican universities

Presidents of technical colleges in Mexico recently got a look at some of the College of Southern Nevada’s specialty programs and leaders signed a memorandum of understanding with CSN, pledging to continue the cross-cultural partnership. The delegation of college presidents … Continue reading

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Fulbright lecture discusses culture of science in Egypt

Fulbright Visiting Scholar Dr. Alaaeldine Saleh shed light on the long history of scientific innovations in Egypt and identified strategies to bring back that innovative spirit during a recent lecture at the College of Southern Nevada. Dr. Saleh is an … Continue reading

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CSN Recognized for ‘Work Ready Community’ Partnership

Representatives from the College of Southern Nevada recently attended the national ACT Workforce Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina, to recognize the recent designation of Clark County as a “Work Ready Community.” Malik Williams, the assessment services coordinator in CSN’s Division … Continue reading

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CSN Cybersecurity Bootcamp Shares Expertise, Knowledge with Mexican Universities

The College of Southern Nevada recently hosted six colleagues from universities in Mexico for a weeklong cybersecurity bootcamp. Hosted by CSN’s Division of Workforce and Economic Development, the weeklong event was hosted at The Learning Center. Representatives from the Mexican … Continue reading

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CSN Promise Summer Academy featured at technology conference

Data-driven decision making around CSN’s first Nevada Promise Academy was recently highlighted at a higher education technology conference. Brian Bourgon, the director of enterprise applications in the Office of Technology Services, discussed the innovative approach as part of a panel … Continue reading

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CSN Day of the Dead Altar on display at the North Las Vegas Campus

Step into the multicultural center on the College of Southern Nevada’s North Las Vegas Campus and step back in time by visiting our Day of the Dead altar. Centered around the idea that education is the golden step toward prosperity, … Continue reading

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CSN students take on blind baseball

Students in the College of Southern Nevada’s ophthalmic technologies program suited up and covered their eyes to get a taste of what baseball might be like without their sight. Led by Scott Helkaa, the program director, CSN students recently faced … Continue reading

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