MSU Nursing Dean Chaired Failed Nursing Program Before
The nursing school at Mountain State University has lost its undergraduate program national accreditation leaving students in the lurch as to whether they will be eligible for a nursing license when they graduate. We have reported on this HERE, HERE, and HERE.
Turns out that the new dean of the school, Dr. Sheila Garland, resigned just last July from her position as chairman of the nursing department of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Her resignation came amid a major bruh ha ha after the entire senior class learned that they were ineligible to graduate. The nursing program was suspended by UAPB as a result.
From the WV Charlotte Observer:
In July 2010, all of the 22 seniors in the Arkansas nursing program failed the school’s required exit exam and discovered they could not receive their diplomas, according to Arkansas news reports. UAPB students blamed administrators… (Continued...)