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Wake Tech Campus Connections

The following article was written by Carole Weatherford and appeared in the Wake Tech Campus Connections on November 30, 2006

Wake Tech has been awarded a two-year grant for a Curriculum Improvement Project to restructure and revise the North Carolina associate degree nursing curricula. Wake Tech applied for the CIP at the request of officials at community colleges across the System. Charlotte Blackwell, Alisa Nagler and Judy Rahm wrote the grant application, and Charlotte will serve as director for the project. North Carolina has 55 colleges with this program, more than any other state. Dr. Delores Parker, vice president for academic and student services of the NCCCS, says this is one of the biggest projects ever undertaken and that success is a “must.” The end result will lead to one curriculum standard for all associate degree nursing programs, instead of the current two. It is also expected to improve articulation for students transferring among community colleges in N.C., increase retention, better prepare graduates and increase the number of nursing graduates.

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