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Texas universities are getting millions in federal money to offset coronavirus losses. It won't be enough, officials say.

Texas universities and colleges are steeling themselves against the financial impact from a list of losses related to the new coronavirus: cancellation of all spring athletics, millions of dollars in reimbursements for unused services like housing or parking, and voided study abroad programs that were over before they began.

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Published Date: April 16, 2020

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Donors, including Bezos, Ballmer and Allen families, give $20 million for coronavirus testing, research at UW

A who’s-who of wealthy people and foundations with ties to the Pacific Northwest — along with more than 3,000 individual donors — have given more than $20 million to boost UW Medicine’s coronavirus testing and research.

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Published Date: April 7, 2020

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TCC changes graduation requirements for nurses to respond to coronavirus

Tarrant County College is modifying the graduation requirements of their nurses to help expand the workforce amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The college is allowing its final-year nursing students to complete their clinical work with more than 50% of simulated clinical learning experiences through virtual simulation and virtual clinical instead of hands-on learning experience at a hospital or care facility.

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Published Date: April 7, 2020

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April 16, 2020

Texas universities are getting millions in federal money to offset coronavirus losses. It won't be enough, officials say.

Texas universities and colleges are steeling themselves against the financial impact from a list of losses related to the new coronavirus: cancellation of all spring athletics, millions of dollars in reimbursements for unused services like housing or parking, and voided study abroad programs that were over before they began.

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April 7, 2020

Donors, including Bezos, Ballmer and Allen families, give $20 million for coronavirus testing, research at UW

A who’s-who of wealthy people and foundations with ties to the Pacific Northwest — along with more than 3,000 individual donors — have given more than $20 million to boost UW Medicine’s coronavirus testing and research.

Read More
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April 7, 2020

TCC changes graduation requirements for nurses to respond to coronavirus

Tarrant County College is modifying the graduation requirements of their nurses to help expand the workforce amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The college is allowing its final-year nursing students to complete their clinical work with more than 50% of simulated clinical learning experiences through virtual simulation and virtual clinical instead of hands-on learning experience at a hospital or care facility.

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