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$50,000 to BYU's Nursing Program

Elaine Marshall accepts a check from IHC’s David Clark. Also pictured are Utah Valley Regional Medical Center’s Neil Whitaker and Gail McGuill.

By Nathan K. Chai, ’02

IN October, during the college’s 50th anniversary celebration entitled “Learning the Healer’s Art,” Intermountain Health Care announced a donation of $50,000 to help BYU‘s educational efforts in nursing. 

“Every year we must turn away twice as many students as are accepted into our nursing program, and I am hopeful this new funding will help provide opportunities to our students and increase enrollment in the future,” said Elaine Marshall, ’72, dean of the BYU College of Nursing.

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