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Snyder appointed acting UNLV president

  Former hotel dean beat out White, Harter for top spot In a move contrary to faculty’s wishes, higher education officials appointed former dean of the hotel college and head of a proposed campus stadium project Don Snyder as acting UNLV president on Friday. Based on a recommendation from Higher Education Chancellor Dan Klaich, the Nevada System of Higher ...Full Article

Tuition meeting draws small crowd, big debate

Klaich, Vice Provost field student concerns on fee hikes For freshman resident assistant Elsha Harris-Yolanda, the issue of raising tuition is a problem with a human face. She sees ...Full Article

Faculty miffed about merit pay

  System staff say restoration of salaries more important The Nevada Legislature thought giving $7 million to higher education for pay increases would make faculty happy. They were wrong. ...Full Article

State workers await health cost relief as oversight board drags heels

  Private sector process prolonged by officials Faculty and staff may be forced to wait until 2015 for relief from high health costs after state officials decided to prolong ...Full Article

Key deadline pushed in state healthcare battle

Officials debate merits of private sector plans After two years of faculty and staff shouldering high health care costs, the deadline to seek a quote from private insurance health ...Full Article

Outcome of faculty insurance battle hinges on coming vote

Turning to the private sector may solve state’s woes In less than two weeks, a decision will be made that could lead to faculty and staff staying at their ...Full Article

High cost of faculty health care heads toward resolution

Board to vote on privatizing medical plansFull Article

Amid rising costs, faculty in desperate search of working state health insurance plan

University staff look on as PEBP board considers optionsFull Article


Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) employees — faculty and staff employed in the state’s colleges and universities — have been battling against health benefits cuts for the past ...Full Article


Over the past year and a half, health benefits for state employees has been a topic of much debateFull Article
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