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Waubonsee Community College announces partnership with UIC College of Nursing - Chicago Tribune

Waubonsee Community College announces partnership with UIC College of Nursing - Chicago Tribune


Waubonsee Community College announces partnership with UIC College of Nursing - Chicago Tribune

Posted: 27 Nov 2020 10:51 AM PST

"The UIC College of Nursing has long been dedicated to educating nurse leaders throughout the state," said Terri Weaver, dean of the UIC College of Nursing, in a press release. "Now, through this partnership, we can make a meaningful and almost immediate difference in growing the nursing workforce across the northern region of Illinois at this critical time in health care."

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