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Nearly 50 University of Massachusetts Amherst Students Hospitalized After Trending Drinking Challenge

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Nearly 50 students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst were hospitalized this past weekend after engaging in a drinking challenge popular on social media platform TikTok, CBS News reported. During their annual “Blarney Blowout,” an unsanctioned event related to St.

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Meharry Medical College and Nashville Metro Government Form Agreement to House Nashville General Hospital

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Meharry Medical College and Nashville Metro government have come to an agreement that will give millions of dollars to the college for housing Nashville General Hospital, The Tennessean r eported. million in rent this year to house the hospital, with costs increasing by 2.5% That's never been a source of revenue for us," Hildreth said.

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Hospital Honors Trailblazing Surgeon With Levi Watkins, Jr., M.D. Outpatient Center

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Johns Hopkins Hospital will rename its outpatient center to honor former cardiac surgeon Dr. Levi Watkins Jr., Watkins was the hospital’s first Black chief resident, the university’s first Black full professor of cardiac surgery, and the first African American graduate from Vanderbilt University’s School of Medicine.

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Onondaga Community College to Receive $2 Million to Improve Hospital Simulation Center to Train Nurses and Technicians

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Onondaga Community College will receive $2 million to renovate and expand a hospital simulation center to train nurses and technicians amid staffing shortages at Central New York hospitals, Syracuse.com reported. The federal funding – announced by Sen.

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Community College of Vermont and Hospital Pay Students to Take Classes

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The hospital received two tranches of money: one to expand their childcare center and one to increase the center’s staffing. CCV and SVMC anticipate funding 8-10 applicants. The money for the program comes from congressionally directed funds that the SVMC received through the Health Resources and Services Administration.

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Possible Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Kills 1, Hospitalizes 3

Confessions of a Community College Dean

One Evergreen State College student died and two were hospitalized following what authorities suspect is carbon monoxide poisoning, The Olympian reported.

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What Higher Education Can Learn from a Public Charity Hospital

Confessions of a Community College Dean

The most hopeful, powerful, and empowering antidote to such cynicism and negativism can be found in Ricardo Nuila’s stunning debut study of Houston’s publicly funded Ben Taub county hospital, the safety net for the Houston’s indigent, uninsured, and undocumented. It was also because it was a teaching hospital.