Trine University has received a pledge of $200,000 from the Edward M. & Mary McCrea Wilson Foundation toward the expansion of its health sciences programs in Fort Wayne.
Trine University announced ambitious plans in 2018 to expand its health sciences programs in Fort Wayne over the next several years.
In fall 2019, the university opened an expansion to its health sciences operations located on the Parkview Randallia campus and launched its new surgical technology program. Trine will add Physical Therapist Assistant and online RN-to-BSN programs beginning in fall 2020.
Trine also recently welcomed Whitney Bandemer, J.D., as vice president for health sciences, with responsibility for advancing the university's program expansion and overall operations in health sciences in Fort Wayne.
Eventually, the university plans to add programs in applied health sciences, occupational therapy, certified registered nurse anesthetist, radiologic technology and speech language pathology, as well as increase the size of its existing physical therapy and physician assistant studies programs.
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