Wayne College receives 3 nursing lab equipment grants

Wayne College receives 3 nursing lab equipment grants
                        

The University of Akron Wayne College received three grants to help purchase nursing lab equipment as Wayne College plans to expand its offering of nursing courses on campus.

The three foundations include the Wayne County Community Foundation, the Austin-Bailey Health and Wellness Foundation, and the Romich Foundation.

The WCCF approved a grant to Wayne College from the Carl E. Congdon, Jr. and Susanna Congdon McIntyre Memorial Fund. The equipment purchased from this grant will be used to support student learning outcomes in the nursing courses and includes a number of items such as an eye model and an advanced ear model.

The Student Auscultation Manikin is another piece of equipment received and was made possible with grants from the Austin-Bailey Health and Wellness Foundation and the Romich Foundation. SAM II is used in teaching and learning the heart, lung and bowel sounds, giving students a life-like experience.

The University of Akron Wayne College is an educational and cultural hub for Wayne County and the surrounding region. Programming and support services are extended to its regional academic centers including the University of Akron Millersburg, Medina and Lakewood.

To learn more, visit wayne.uakron.edu.


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