The head of Pima Community College’s largest program is resigning after an investigation of claims she tried to solicit prescription painkillers from subordinates.
Tucson Medical Center has canceled a training contract with Pima Community College in the wake of a recent sanction against PCC’s nursing program.
Save the date: May 16, 2014
CODAC is hosting a job fair today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Tucson Nurses Week Foundation began in July of 1994 when a group of Tucson nurse leaders came together to pursue a vision for a city-wide celebration of Nurses Week.
The local University of Phoenix campus is having an open house
today to show off its remodeled student center and offer job-search
Business student Lucy Tripp checked out the new computer lab Friday at the University of Phoenix. The lab has about 40 computers.
Long-term-care student Kari Wahrer, left, and business student Mirtha Delbridge used a private study area Friday. The University of Phoenix emphasizes group work.
Students at Pima Community College will pay premium pricing for
certain classes beginning next spring semester.
On top of a 9 percent increase in base tuition, college leaders
want 30-40 percent tuition hikes for 16 degree programs.
With a 20 percent tuition premium, the student would actually
pay 12 percent more for the degree.
Nurses from the intensive-care unit that cared for U.S. Rep.
Gabrielle Giffords and other victims of the Jan. 8 mass shooting
spoke to reporters on Monday.
The University of Arizona could more than double enrollment in
its nursing school with a new, online master's degree program.
Inside Higher Ed picked up an interesting story we told you
about in September.