Salisbury University nursing program receives $3.8M in grants

The Salisbury (Md.) University nursing program received $3.8 million from the Maryland Higher Education Commission to establish two new programs, according to WMDT.

The grants will establish a web-based leadership and communication toolkit for nursing students as well as an online nurse educator career portal to connect instructors with state nursing schools.

"This is absolutely tremendous because of the important work these grants will allow us to do," Karen Olmstead, PhD, Salisbury University's interim provost, told WMDT. "I am proud of our Nursing Department faculty and the impact they are having on nursing education throughout the State of Maryland and nationally."

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