Wis. campuses hope to increase ranks of nurse educators

01/23/2014 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Loan forgiveness and fellowships are being offered to attract nurses into graduate programs intended to develop more nurse educators through a $3.2 million University of Wisconsin system grant. The program at four campuses in the university system is intended to address a shortage of faculty members that restricts nursing school enrollment.

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