Receiving over 4000 books will be a lasting benefit the children who participate in
"SMART," a successful after-school partnership between the Nevada State College School
of Education and the Housing Authority of the City of Las Vegas.
Dr. Shirlee J. Snyder, Associate Professor in Nevada State College's School of Nursing,
co-authored the widely used nursing textbook Kozier & Erb's Fundamentals of Nursing,
which covers nursing concepts, processes and practices.
In the Business Administration program at Nevada State College, students have exciting
research and scholarship opportunities and the entire community can benefit from the
presentations in the "Student Learning and Growth Series."
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities sent an accreditation team to
Nevada State College from October 3-5 for a successful site visit as part of its ongoing
candidacy for accreditation.
Unique teacher training program shows promise as pilot group moves into last half
of instruction Nevada State College and Clark County School District partner to provide
solutions to Southern Nevada's K-12 teacher shortage and bicultural teacher needs.
Nevada State College is proposing seven new degrees: Six are Bachelor of Applied Science
(BAS) degrees, and the other is a Bachelor of Science degree in Education of Deaf
and Hard of Hearing. The majors for the six BAS degrees are Construction Management,
Fire Science, Criminal Justice, Information Technology, Media Technology, and Engineering
Nevada State College (NSC) has launched its Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Construction
Management degree, which will allow community college students to transfer and apply
100 percent of their Associates of Applied Science (AAS) degree credits towards a
A Borehole was drilled 105 feet down next to the site of the new Liberal Arts and
Sciences building and a seismometer was placed 100 feet inside the hole that will
give Nevada State College the best instrumentation for detecting earthquake activity
in southern Nevada.
Nevada State College to celebrate Black History Month with series of films, discussions
and cultural events. Events scheduled throughout February. The series is free and
open to the public. All are invited to attend and learn about the rich, complex history
of Black Americans.