St. Scholastica receives largest grant in its history

Friday, August 24, 2018

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St. Scholastica has been awarded $2.76 million by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services — the largest grant in the college’s 107-year history.

“This four-year federal investment in our School of Nursing will fund the Rural Registered Nurses in Primary Care project, enabling St. Scholastica to advance its leadership role in addressing the critical RN primary care workforce shortages in rural and underserved communities,” said President Colette Geary. “It will also strengthen our longstanding academic and clinical partnership with Essentia Health.”

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