Humanities Professor Robert King receives major awards for summer workshops to further his research


Following recent news of being selected as a fellow for the World Congress Summer School with the Association for Social Economics, Professor Robert King, Ph.D. has also been selected to participate in the National Humanities Center Summer Institute in Literary Studies at Research Triangle Park in Durham, North Carolina.

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Docent trainees of all ages volunteer at TCES


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  They come from around the North Shore and Truckee. Some of them aren’t old enough to see a PG-13 movie, while others have been taking advantage of senior discounts for more than a decade. Some recall … Continued

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Video clips of Gillian Sorensen on the United Nations


See also: UN diplomat comes to SNC | UN speaker was spellbinding Recently speaking at SNC, Gillian Sorensen, former Assistant Secretary-General of the UN, provided strong insight about the workings and future of the United Nations.  We’re proud to provide … Continued

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National Conference on Teaching Excellence Features SNC Faculty


The prestigious Lilly Conference invites scholars from all over the world to share new advances in teaching and learning   President Gillette facilitating an Economics class discussion with business students debating theory with each other. Sierra Nevada College faculty members … Continued

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Sierra Nevada College Ski Team Members Compete in 2008 XTERRA Championships


 Lake Tahoe locals compete in the 2008 XTERRA championships By Kyle MaginBonanza Staff Writer North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Hundreds of athletes will take to Lake Tahoe, the Flume trail and the running trails in Incline Village this weekend for the … Continued

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Partnership in the works between SNC and IHS


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   A partnership is in the works between the Washoe County School District and Sierra Nevada College to increase course offerings to Incline High School students. In the past few weeks SNC and the school district have … Continued

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Sierra Nevada College Class to Feature Former U.S. State Dept. Official


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  International Studies Professor Ted Morse has a treat for students attending his INTL 420 course on The Peace Process: Keith Hansen, a former U.S. State Dept. official deeply involved in negotiations with Russia on the disarmament … Continued

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SNC’s Summer Alumni Reunion Weekend is July 23-25


Greetings SNC Alumni! Want to visit Lake Tahoe in July? Due to popular demand, we present the SNC Summer Alumni Reunion Weekend on July 23-25. Connect with SNC friends, tour the new SNC facilities, introduce your family to the wonders … Continued

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Diverse musical ‘Paradise Lost’ coming to Incline


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza “Paradise Lost,” a musical adaptation of John Milton’s epic poem, by J.A. Meyrelles and director Donna Axton, and “Frostiana,” by Randall Thompson, his setting of seven Robert Frost poems, will be presented by the Sierra Nevada … Continued

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Spotlight on . . . SNC Alumna Sasha Neumann, Class of 1997


Sasha Neumann is making SNC proud. Sasha graduated from Sierra Nevada College’s Teacher Education program in 1997. Currently a doctoral candidate at UC Davis in Educational Leadership and Change in the pre-K-16 Education Systems, Sasha is also the lead consultant … Continued

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