College Of Nursing Receives $2.9 Million In Federal Grants

The College of Nursing at the University of North Dakota has received five grants from the federal Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) totaling $2,925,122 to provide program and student support. Nursing Workforce Diversity, $1,571,137: This three-year grant (approximately $520,000 per year) will provide program support for the College’s Recruitment/Retention of American Indians into Nursing…
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UND Nurse Anesthesia Graduate Program Receives Rare Maximum Accreditation

The Nurse Anesthesia graduate program at the UND College of Nursing has received a full (maximum) 10-year accreditation from the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA). “Very few programs have achieved the maximum accreditation of ten years,” stated the COA Directors in the award letter. “Therefore, the directors of the COA are…
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UND Nursing Plans To Offer New Nursing Practice Doctoral Degree

The changing demands of the nation’s complex health care environment require that nurses serving in specialty positions have the highest level of scientific knowledge and practice expertise possible.  The College of Nursing at the University of North Dakota is in the process of attaining program approval to address these demands by offering a Doctor of…
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EERC And Partner Launch New Mercury Control System

The Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) at the University of North Dakota announced today that a major corporate partner, Midwest Energy Emissions Corporation (ME2C), a research-oriented mercury emission capture company based in Grand Forks, North Dakota, is launching a new mercury control system. The sorbent enhancement additive (SEATM) injection technology originally developed by the…
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UND Announces Realignment Of Chief Information, Outreach Services Units

The University of North Dakota has announced the realignment of several units, effective Aug. 1.  The reorganization results from an ongoing assessment by President Robert Kelley and the vice presidents about how to position the University to increase its ability to serve students and to support the work of faculty and staff. Under the realignment,…
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