Nashville-based college receives millions for nursing program
The Tennessean, February 13, 2008
Aquinas College in Nashville, TN, plans to expand its nursing program, which includes new construction, after accepting two donations totaling $6 million. Angelle Rosata, chief human resource officer for Saint Thomas Health Services, said Tennessee is facing a nursing shortage and groups need to assist colleges to make sure they have the resources needed to expand their nursing program. Saint Thomas Health Services pledged $2 million to the Aquinas nursing program.
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