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Eastern Arizona College’s (EAC) Nursing Program has been designated a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education by the National League for Nursing due to its enhanced student learning and professional development.
Carolyn McCormies, EAC director of nursing and division chair for Nursing and Allied Health, tells EACourier.com, “Our students have been the most important focus in our program. This designation underscores our faculty’s commitment to exceptional outcomes in socializing students, professional involvement, and lifelong learning and creativity. We are humbled to be recognized by our peers alongside such prestigious programs throughout the nation.”
EAC shares this distinction with fifteen other nursing programs across the country, and will be formally recognized at an annual convocation. The National League for Nursing invites nursing schools to apply for the Center of Excellence in Nursing Education designation on an annual basis. Applicants are rated on their ability to demonstrate sustained excellence in faculty development, nursing education research, and student learning and professional development.
EAC’s Nursing Program is honored by the prestigious designation and its affirmation of the excellence of its faculty and students. To learn more about Eastern Arizona College’s Nursing Program being named a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education, visit here.
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