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Nursing, Allied Health Programs to Be Offered at New UC East

By Angela Koenig
Published December 2010

Transformation and collaboration were the prevailing themes for the Oct. 28 dedication ceremony of UC East—the newest educational facility for the University of Cincinnati, located in the former Ford Plant in Batavia.

 

Four-year programs from the Colleges of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences will be offered in the new space. There will be shared classrooms, a clinical simulation lab and professional offices for faculty stationed there.

 

"The opening of UC East is the result of true collaboration among UC, the State of Ohio, Clermont County and Batavia Township Trustees and the developer, IRG. This is a result of collaboration with UC East involving three UC colleges and deans, nine departments, 800 students and 40 faculty and staff members,” said UC President Gregory Williams.

 

For more information, visit uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=12659.


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