Conn. university seeks solutions to RN instructor shortage

01/29/2008 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

The University of Connecticut School of Nursing, which last year was forced to reject more than 600 qualified applicants due to a lack of space and qualified teachers, is expanding its nursing education programs and plans to seek scholarship funding for post-grad students who want to teach. The state also plans to seek partnerships with research and clinical institutions to attract part-time faculty.

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