The board also adopted metrics that coincide with each goal. To measure student success, for example, the board will review graduation rates, awards conferred and persistence rates across the system.
Natalie Bruzda covered higher education for the Las Vegas Review-Journal between April 2016 and October 2018. She came to the Review-Journal after living, studying and working in southwestern Pennsylvania her entire life. She is an alumna of Waynesburg University and West Virginia University, and previously covered education and local government at newspapers in Punxsutawney and Uniontown, Pennsylvania.
Schools across the Nevada System of Higher Education may soon see an influx of $25 million, and it’s not from taxpayers or student fee hikes.
The site, located at the corner of South Maryland Parkway and Cottage Grove Avenue, has remained quiet since September, when Korte stopped working on the project — at 73 percent completion.
Last week UNLV graduate students had the opportunity to do nothing but write ahead of classes beginning Tuesday for the spring semester.
Even with a well-known name, the Rogers Foundation can struggle with attracting high school seniors to apply for its numerous college scholarships. That’s why the foundation is reminding students that the deadline to apply is Feb. 2.
Vice President Mike Pence visited Las Vegas Thursday for the grand opening of AFwerX, a new “innovation hub” poised to address the needs of the Air Force.
A committee of the state Board of Regents took the first step of many on Monday in the process to replace longtime College of Southern Nevada President Michael Richards.
More than a decade ago, the vision for an education building dedicated solely to the study of hospitality included a location at the very edge of UNLV’s campus.
Adam Kerr set out hoping for 1,000 signatures on his petition that asks the University of Nevada, Reno to fire and expel one Peter Cvjetanovic for his participation in Friday’s white nationalist rally.