As part of the Nevada System of Higher Education’s ongoing commitment to fostering a supportive and inclusive environment, we are excited to announce the launch of an important survey focused on mental health services and needs.
The Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education seeks nominations and applications for an equity-minded Chancellor to lead a growing, dynamic system of eight institutions and two system offices committed to serving the needs of the citizens of the State of Nevada.
The Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (IDEA) Committee of the Board of Regents recently voted to forward two recommendations to the full Board at its next meeting, scheduled for March 9-10, 2023, in Las Vegas.
In January, five new Regents joined the Nevada System of Higher Education. A ceremonial swearing-in ceremony was held on January 13, 2023. Nevada Supreme Court Justice Ron Paraguirre administered the oath of office.
Brooks was elected to the Board in November 2020 and represents District 3 in Clark County. Arrascada, also elected in November 2020, represents District 10 in Washoe County.
NSHE employees who were active on November 29, 2022, and contributed furlough while in NSHE employment during December 2020-May 2021 will receive a Furlough Repayment of the actual amounts withheld.
Following an internal statewide NSHE search, the Research Affairs Council approved the appointment of Dr. Wilcox, who will take on the role of Project Director while continuing his work at DRI, where he is a Research Professor of Atmospheric Science.
NSHE announces financial aid eligibility expansion and over $1 million in additional private grant funding for its initiative serving students who have experienced foster care.
From its inception, Nevada has demonstrated a commitment to higher education and an awareness of the need for our residents to have the skills and knowledge necessary for success.
Estela Levario Gutierrez was honored Friday at the Nevada Board of Regents meeting for her 30 years of service