Humboldt State Officials Mull Eliminating Nursing Program
The Humboldt State University Academic Senate on Tuesday voted to recommend the school's nursing program be eliminated, noting that the program costs $867,000 annually and has had a high turnover of tenure-track faculty members. Local and national officials and care providers have objected to the proposal, saying that the program's elimination could affect the state's nursing shortage. University President Rollin Richmond has the final say on what programs will be eliminated.
- "Officials Voice Support for Humboldt State University Nursing Program" (Greenson, Eureka Times-Standard, 4/9).