Posts by John Kuhlman

Regent Profile: Dr. Patrick R. Carter

Dr. Patrick R. Carter Clark County, District 6 Regent Patrick R. Carter is proud to serve on the Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education. He currently serves as vice chair of the Academic, Research and Student Affairs Committee. He is also a member of the Athletics Committee, Audit and Compliance Committee and Cultural…
Chancellor's Bulletin by Dr. Thom Reilly

Chancellor’s Bulletin-December 22, 2017

Season’s Greetings! That time of year is upon us when we share festive moments with our family and friends. Over the past few days, those holiday moments glowed a bit brighter for some of our NSHE family. More than 3,800 students were recently awarded degrees and certificates from UNLV and UNR during winter commencement. I…
The campus at TMCC

NSHE leaders join Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — In support of Nevada’s DACA students, the leaders of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) have joined with higher education leaders across the nation as part of the newly-launched Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration. In a show of solidarity, Chancellor Thom Reilly and all eight presidents of NSHE’s public…

NSHE announces student logo design contest

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The Nevada System of Higher Education is holding a student logo design contest to create a new logo for the state’s public higher education system. The contest is open to currently registered undergraduate, graduate, or professional school students who attend any of NSHE’s eight institutions. Individuals or teams of up to…
Chancellor's Bulletin by Dr. Thom Reilly

Chancellor’s Bulletin – November 30, 2017

In Memoriam – We lost a great leader this week with the passing of Dr. Joe Crowley, former president of UNR. My condolences to his friends and family. He was truly a legend. Although Joe will be missed, his significant contributions to UNR and Nevada education will live on for generations to come. Nevada Promise Scholarship Mentors – Our…
CSN students walk around the Charleston campus

Regents name Dr. Margo Martin acting president of the College of Southern Nevada

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The Nevada Board of Regents today named Dr. Margo Martin as the acting president of the College of Southern Nevada (CSN), effective February 1, 2018. Dr. Martin joined CSN as vice president for academic affairs in June 2017. She previously served Florida State College at Jacksonville (formerly Florida Community College at…

Statement on the passing of Dr. Joseph N. Crowley

“The NSHE community is profoundly saddened today to learn of the passing of Dr. Joe Crowley, an icon to not only the University of Nevada, Reno, but our state’s entire education community. His extraordinary ability to work with his fellow institution presidents and the Nevada Legislature are a testament to the positive impact he has…
Nevada Promise Scholarship

More than 12,000 apply for inaugural Nevada Promise Scholarship

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Preliminary data indicates the Nevada Promise Scholarship Program received 12,193 applications from Nevada high school seniors across the state before the application period closed on midnight, Oct. 31. “I’m thrilled to see such an incredible response to the Nevada Promise Scholarship and the increased access it will provide to so many…
Jessie Harrison, Carlie Callahan and Lauren Knorzer on the Western Nevada College campus

P. Mark Ghan named acting president of Western Nevada College

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The Board of Regents today approved the appointment of P. Mark Ghan as the acting president of Western Nevada College (WNC), effective October 19, 2017. “Mark has my utmost confidence in leading Western Nevada College while we conduct a national search for the institution’s next president,” said Dr. Thom Reilly, chancellor…
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