Regents Renew Chancellor's Contract | Education & Schools
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Nevada regents have renewed the contract for Chancellor Dan Klaich.
The board meeting in Las Vegas unanimously endorsed Klaich on Thursday by approving the five-year pact that runs from July 1 of next year through June 30, 2017.
His salary will remain the same at $303,000 annually.
Klaich oversees the Nevada System of Higher Education that includes two universities, four community colleges, a state college and an environmental research institute.
Klaich was appointed chancellor in 2009. He is also a former regent, having served on the board from 1983 to 1997.
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