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The study revealed that NSHE institutions are the state's second largest employer (public or private) with a combined 15,101 jobs
For decades, Nevadans have attempted to diversify the state's economy beyond tourism, construction and mining
Chancellor Dan Klaich has announced the formation of a new governmental affairs team
Researchers from NSHE were recently awarded a $750,000 grant from NASA EPSCoR to increase Nevada's ability to participate in NASA research
Madison B. Graves, II, a regent who represented Southern Nevada from 1993-1998, died today after an extended illness.
Health Sciences System (HSS) announces the "special delivery" of two high-tech nursing education simulation manikins to WNC
The Nevada Board of Regents has approved an expansion of its Efficiency and Effectiveness Initiative to include a deeper review of overhead and administrative costs
Robyn Render, vice chancellor for information technology for NSHE, passed away Wednesday
NSHE is seeking applications from public higher education institutions and nonprofit community-based organizations...
Chancellor Klaich today sent his recommendation that Dr. Lesley Ann Di Mare be approved as the acting president of NSC