Grant will help UM-Flint’s doctoral nursing program create more nursing educators

UM-Flint has received a grant of $40,000 from the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare, and with an additional $17,500 of its own scholarship funds, it will provide four doctoral nursing students with scholarships in 2014.

As a recipient of the Jonas Center grant, UM-Flint is part of a national effort to stem shortages of nursing faculty and prepare future nurses as America’s healthcare system continues to evolve.

The UM-Flint Jonas Scholars join nearly 600 future nurse educators and leaders at 110 schools supported by Jonas Center programs, the Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholars Program, and Jonas Veterans Healthcare Program.

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