Wednesday, May 1, 2013


When one of the three sources of revenue to a Nevada university dries up, the other two sources must pick up the slack.  State funding has continued to drop and will eventually go to zero regardless of how successful the economy becomes.  That leaves the bills to be picked up by the students and research revenue.  If you’re starting to see the problem I’m about to describe you should be more than just a little concerned.


  1. The Silver State needs more than gaming and mining to interest folks in calling it home. We all talk about diversity in people, we now need to push hard for diversity in business. We have lots of wide open spaces, to many commercial buildings that are vacant. What's being done to attract new manufacturing companies?
    When Nevada becomes home to more diverse people and businesses, then pride should build and with that, a deeper concern for education.

    1. Good question to ask Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki.
      Questions can be submitted here>