The Nevada System of Higher Education was allocated more than $22 million when Congress passed the 2022 federal appropriations bill on March 10. President Biden signed the bill into law on March 15.
NSHE Board of Regents were presented with metrics from GBC and NSC relating to their performance in the areas of Access, Student Success, Closing the Achievement Gap, Workforce Education, and Research, at the Board’s March quarterly meeting.
The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Board of Regents named recipients of the 2022 Regents’ awards for NSHE faculty and staff at the Board’s March quarterly meeting.
NSHE Board of Regents tapped Officer-In-Charge and Provost J. Kyle Dalpe to serve as Interim President of Western Nevada College.
The Nevada Board of Regents announced the recipients of the 2022 Distinguished Nevadan awards, the Nevada System of Higher Education’s most prestigious honor, and four honorary degrees that will be conferred at NSHE’s spring commencement ceremonies.
Board of Regents Chair Cathy McAdoo and Vice Chair Patrick Carter returned to their respective roles
NSHE Chancellor issues an update regarding COVID-19 and face covering requirements for NSHE's institutions
NSHE joins in celebrating Black History Month, it is a great time to renew our commitment toward assisting our African American students, faculty, and staff in reaching their educational and professional goals.
Five athletic leaders from Nevada’s public institutions will serve on a committee charged with studying the complexities of college athletes profiting from their name, image, and likeness.