University of Utah
Dean, College of Nursing
The University of Utah, the state’s flagship institution of higher learning and a major teaching and research university, invites nominations and applications for the position of dean of the College of Nursing.
The College of Nursing has a long and distinguished history of excellence in education, research and practice. It is currently ranked 16th in NIH funding and poised to increase its ranking. Strong research and clinical practice initiatives complement the education mission with programs in cancer, gerontology, end-of-life, women, children and mental health. The College awards baccalaureate degrees to traditional and second-degree students as well as registered nurses. Graduate education offered by the College of Nursing includes the Master of Science degree, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and PhD. The College also offers a certificate program and Master of Science degree in gerontology. The College is an integral part of the University of Utah Health Sciences, which comprises the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry and the Colleges of Nursing, Pharmacy and Health, University Health Care (hospitals and clinics and the faculty practice plan), and the Eccles Health Sciences Library.
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