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Federal grant will aid Troy University in training, placing Community Health Workers

Left to right are: Dr. Wade Forehand, Dr. Javier Boyas, Dr. John Garner and Ghandi Daniels.

Left to right are: Dr. Wade Forehand, Dr. Javier Boyas, Dr. John Garner and Ghandi Daniels.

A $3 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will enable Troy University’s College of Health and Human Services to develop and administer a certificate program to train Community Health Workers.

The three-year grant will be administered through the University’s School of Nursing and…

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TROY’s Online MSN program ranked among the nation’s best

TROY's online MSN program was ranked 36th best in the country by Fortune Education.

TROY's online MSN program was ranked 36th best in the country by Fortune Education.

Troy University’s online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program has been ranked among the nation’s best by Fortune Education.

TROY’s program came in at 36th in the Best Online Master’s in Nursing Programs 2022 rankings, which examined three components – selectivity, success including examination of retention and graduation rates, and demand.

The MSN program…

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TROY’s School of Nursing receives renewed funding for Nurse Faculty Loan Program

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program seeks to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty.

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program seeks to increase the number of qualified nursing faculty.

A Troy University School of Nursing program aimed at increasing the number of qualified nursing faculty in Alabama has for the third straight year received funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The Nurse Faculty Loan Program provides funding to accredited schools of nursing to…

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Grant funding assists TROY School of Nursing’s efforts to grow number of nursing faculty in Alabama

TROY's School of Nursing has received an $111,964 Nurse Faculty Loan Program grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration.

TROY's School of Nursing has received an $111,964 Nurse Faculty Loan Program grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration.

A Troy University School of Nursing program aimed at increasing the number of qualified nursing faculty in Alabama has seen an increase in funding for the 2021-2022 academic year from the Health Resources and Services Administration.

The program, which began last year after receiving $80,387 in funding through the Nurse Faculty Loan Program grant, will…

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TROY’s School of Nursing receives grant to increase number of nursing faculty in Alabama

TROY’s School of Nursing receives grant to increase number of nursing faculty in Alabama

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