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Who Will Care for You Fund

Who Will Care for You Fund

Faculty

More than 800 faculty positions are vacant in 554 nursing schools in the country with baccalaureate and/or graduate programs. With the average age of UNMC nursing faculty at 55 (and 58 for Ph.D. faculty), looming retirements make recruitment and retention an urgent issue.

 

Fast-track Programs

Accelerated programs concentrate curricula for specific student populations, such as college graduates, so as to shorten the traditional degree pathways. These intensive programs require more than full-time dedication, thereby requiring that students forego salaries from part-time employment. Defraying costs for second or third degrees is especially critical because the first degree typically exhausts federal loans. Student scholarships are needed for the:

Facilities

A 42,550-sq.-ft. Center for Nursing Science, adjacent to the college's Omaha campus building, is currently under construction, funded by previous gifts. Still needed are:

  • To retain the best faculty and prevent them from being recruited elsewhere, we need retention packages.
  • To bring faculty candidates to UNMC so they can discover this great medical center, endowed chairs, endowed professorships, and research start-up packages are needed.
  • To grow young faculty from within, we need educator fellowships for honor students who will dedicate full-time graduate study to becoming future faculty.
    • Accelerated BA or BS to BSN program
    • Accelerated MSN program
    • Accelerated BSN to Ph.D. program
    • Advanced learning technologies such as computerized mannequins and other clinical skills equipment and research labs.


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Deidra Sheppard-Calloway

Deidra Sheppard-Calloway

Director of Development
402-502-4138 direct
800-432-3216 toll free
deidra.sheppard-calloway@nufoundation.org
Deidra earned a bachelor’s degree from UNO’s College of Public Affairs and Community Service and joined the foundation in 2016 with more than 15 years of nonprofit and development experience. An active volunteer in the Omaha community, she enjoys her work advancing the educational achievement of both current and future students in the UNMC College of Nursing.
 
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