Experience the world of high-stakes business competition at SNC’s inaugural President’s Cup


  Thursday, February 24 | 5:45–8:45pm Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences Rooms 139/141 Featuring: Competing Team’s Pitches Announcement of the Winning Teams with Prizes of $4000 (1st place) and $2000 (2nd place) World-Class Judging Panel Entrepreneurs from South Africa Social … Continued

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Fraser promoted to dean of education


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Elizabeth Fraser, director of Admissions and Recruitment for the Las Vegas Teacher Education Program, has been promoted to Associate Dean of Education at Sierra Nevada College and the statewide Director of Teacher Education. In her new … 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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Professor Brian Turner published in the New York Times


New York Times Opinionator by Brian Turner Brian Turner served seven years in the Army, most recently in 2004 as an infantry team leader in Iraq. He is the author of two books of poetry, “Here, Bullet” and “Phantom Noise,” … Continued

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South of the Border fundraiser helps Incline schools’ needs


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Forget the bake sales and the car washes, there is a more fun way to raise money for the schools.  Golfers participating in the Golf Fore Education tournament this weekend will be attending, but non golfers … Continued

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Stop the Car, Dad! Photographs of Nevada’s Roadside Attractions


Incline Village, NV–Sierra Nevada College is proud to present the exhibit “Stop the Car, Dad!” a series of photographs by artist Erik Lauritzen. While traveling the often deserted roads of Nevada, photographer Lauritzen was captivated by the evidence of human … Continued

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For students, it’s the final countdown


Reno-Gazette Journal:  Local students are preparing for class finals as school semesters come to an end. "This is a busy week," University of Nevada, Reno communications director Jane Tors said. The university begins final class meetings and examinations today and … Continued

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SNC Teams Up with Other Incline Village Libraries to Benefit Local Residents


Libraries team up for community By Kyle MaginBonanza Staff Writer Student library worker Laetitia Wolmarans gets a library card for sophomore Lane Huntington, right at Sierra nevada College’s Prim Library. Bonanza Photo -Jen Schmidt Three Incline Village libraries are teaming … Continued

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SNC’s Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences selected as a top green building


Reno Gazette-Journal The Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences on the Sierra Nevada College campus in Incline Village has been selected as one of the most sustainable buildings in the world in the recently published book “The World’s Greenest Buildings” by … Continued

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SNC and IVGID Team Up for Senior Saturdays


Incline Village, NV  – Sierra Nevada College and Incline Village Parks & Recreation Senior Programs once again join forces to bring you another lifelong learning opportunity. Share your morning coffee with SNC’s faculty as they present bite-size offerings of intellectually … Continued

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