Graduate nursing students get tuition help from UC Davis

03/15/2010 | American City Business Journals

The new nursing school at the University of California, Davis, is offering thousands of dollars in tuition help for graduate students who want to become teachers and researchers. The $100 million endowment is expected to cover tuition costs for students seeking master's and doctoral degrees for a decade, and there is no requirement that students work there after graduation.

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