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NADINE SHIGEZAWA

| March 22, 2016 NADINE SHIGEZAWA was appointed director of the Veterans in Transition to Academic Leadership (V Read more

Baccalaureate Degrees in Growing Demand at Community Colleges

by Catherine Morris | March 21, 2016
The Innovations conference’s opening general session in Chicago on Sunday focused on the grow [...] Read more

MARTA ELENA ESQUILIN

| February 25, 2016
MARTA ELENA ESQUILIN was appointed assistant professor of professional practice and associate d [...] Read more

Judge Sides with Oakland University in Bias Suit

by Eric Freedman | February 14, 2016
A former nursing faculty member who was barred from the Oakland University campus has lost her [...] Read more

Frontier Goes the Distance in Serving the Underserved

by Catherine Morris | February 8, 2016
Frontier Nursing University—a school system focused on serving the underserved and that offer [...] Read more

CAROLYN MA

| December 3, 2015
CAROLYN MA has been appointed interim dean of the University of Hawaii at Hilo Daniel K. Inouye [...] Read more

Diverse Docket: African-American Student Loses Bias Suit Against Valparaiso

by Eric Freedman | November 22, 2015
An African-American nursing student who was dismissed for low grades has lost her racial discri [...] Read more

MALING EBRAHIMPOUR

| November 18, 2015
MALING EBRAHIMPOUR has been appointed dean of the College of Business Administration at the Uni [...] Read more

WANDA K. LAWRENCE

| September 24, 2015
WANDA K. LAWRENCE has been appointed chair of the Department of Nursing at North Carolina Centr [...] Read more

3 HBCU Nursing Programs Ranked in Top 15 in Eastern Region

by Diverse Staff | August 30, 2015
Three historically Black colleges and universities have had their nursing programs ranked among [...] Read more

Court Backs Wichita State University in Lawsuit Over Test

by Associated Press | August 25, 2015
A federal appeals court has sided with Wichita State University in a lawsuit brought by a stude [...] Read more

Grambling State Wants State of Exigency for Undergraduate Nursing

by Associated Press | August 18, 2015
Grambling State University President Willie Larkin has requested a state of exigency for the u [...] Read more

Setting the Curve

| August 12, 2015
Becker College's academic, enrollment, fiscal metrics all show marked improvement under leaders [...] Read more

Nebraska Nursing Program Gets Diversity Grant

| July 22, 2015
A $665,266 grant should help the University of Nebraska Medical Center attract a more diverse p [...] Read more

More than 10,700 Apply for Tuition-free Technical College

by Associated Press | May 18, 2015
More than 10,700 adults have applied for a state grant that would send them to technical colleg [...] Read more
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