$400,000 in anonymous donations will build high-tech nursing lab at University of Arkansas at Monticello
The University of Arkansas at Monticello will soon have a simulation laboratory for its nursing students equal to any in the state, thanks to $400,000 in anonymous donations. The announcement was made by UAM Chancellor Jack Lassiter, who called the new facility "essential to our commitment to making our School of Nursing a leader in nursing education, not just in Arkansas, but in the nation." Lassiter praised Linda Yeiser, vice chancellor for advancement and university relations, for securing the funding for the laboratory. "Mrs. Yeiser has been in her current position for less than a month and has already made a significant impact on the institution," said Lassiter. "This donation will be very beneficial to nursing education in the state and will provide opportunities for continuing education for practicing nurses."
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