While testifying before the Nebraska Legislature’s Education Committee in August, 2010, State Education Commissioner Roger Breed said there was no more fat in the state’s education budget, and that additional budget cuts would mean eliminating programs.
Monthly Archive: February 2012
The Nebraska State College System’s Board of Trustees unanimously-approved a motion Wednesday to formally enter into a contractual agreement to provide academic courses to students in China.
Nebraska Appropriations Committee to begin decision debate regarding Chadron State’s $13 million funding request sometime this week, source says.
Tim Freburg, spokesman for Sen. Lavon Heidemann, chair of the Nebraska Appropriations Committee, said Tuesday morning “They still have a week before they go to the all-day debate for it, so I’m sure some sort of action will be taken sometime this week.”
Former Head Football Coach Bill O’Boyle has been reassigned to administrative work, according to CSC President Janie Park.
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Though Valentine’s Day has come and gone, this exhibit has a romantic theme, or a not so romantic theme, so there is a little something for both the lovers and haters of all things romantic.
Approximately 50 students, half as many as expected, attended a dining etiquette presentation and meal, Wednesday in the ballroom. Student Services hosted the event. Dr. Barbara Limbach, a business professor, gave the presentation.
Mike Webber, adjunct instructor from the Findlay University in Findlay, Ohio, discussed many different topics, all dealing with incident planning and preparedness, at the Crisis Management Program in the Student Center, Wednesday.
The Nebraska Association for the Education of Young Children selected CSC Professor Kim Madsen as the recipient of the Distinguished Service to Children Award.
Chadron State College is paying $29,526 for the remainder of the current academic year to recently-hired Head Football Coach Jay Long, who took over the reigns to CSC’s football program Feb. 6.