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Four Finalists Named for College of Southern Nevada Presidency

Four finalists for the presidency of the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) were announced today by Nevada System of Higher Education Chancellor Dr. Thom Reilly. “These four finalists represent the best applicants from across the entire country,” said Chancellor Reilly. “We are excited to have such a highly-qualified and diverse pool of final candidates as…
The Western Nevada College campus in Carson City, Nev

Three Finalists Named for Western Nevada College Presidency

Carson City, Nevada – April 24, 2018 Three finalists for the presidency of Western Nevada College (WNC) were named today by Chancellor Thom Reilly, in consultation with Regent Rick Trachok, chair of the WNC President Search Committee. “These finalists represent the best of 105 total qualified applicants from across the entire country,” said Chancellor Reilly.…
Students study outdoors at GBC

2018 Regents’ Awards Recipients Named

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The Nevada Board of Regents today named recipients of the 2018 Regents’ awards for NSHE faculty and staff. Regents’ Creative Activities Awards The Board of Regents established the Regents’ Award for Creative Activities in 1993. This award recognizes significant accomplishments which bring recognition, as well as national and international stature, to…
The Western Nevada College campus in Carson City, Nev

Regents Name 2018 Distinguished Nevadans, Regents’ Scholars, and Honorary Degree recipients

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The Nevada Board of Regents today named recipients of several prestigious honors, including the 2018 Distinguished Nevadans. 2018 Distinguished Nevadans The Distinguished Nevadan represents the most prestigious award conferred by the Board of Regents. It is bestowed upon prominent individuals who have made significant achievements that have contributed to the cultural,…
Chancellor's Bulletin by Dr. Thom Reilly

Chancellor’s Bulletin – February 28, 2018

I had the good fortune to meet with our Congressional delegation last week to discuss the importance of passing legislation that would protect Nevada’s DACA students. These young men and women are vital parts of our campus communities, as well as the communities in which they live and work. In addition, I had a chance…
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