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Plans for Nebraska Nursing College Move Forward


by Chris Dunker

In 2008, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents made a new medical center College of Nursing building in Lincoln its legislative priority.

Then a deep recession took hold, and NU shelved the plans for a modern nursing training facility.

Nearly a decade later, the program statement has been dusted off and the $20 million project is scheduled for 2017 near 19th and S streets.

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