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Notes: Asbury degree program gets new name

Student nurses train at Wesley Village 
Students from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing recently trained for two days at Wesley Village Senior Living  Community in Wilmore. From left, instructor Missy Floyd, Kendall Gabbard, Brittany Heisten, Amanda Lawrence, Nisha Patel, Morgan Conarro, Hannah Flaherty, Angela Vish; Wesley Village president Glenda Creech, and builder John Atchison at the Small Home construction site, a health care management project that will be the first of its kind in Kentucky.
Student nurses train at Wesley Village Students from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing recently trained for two days at Wesley Village Senior Living Community in Wilmore. From left, instructor Missy Floyd, Kendall Gabbard, Brittany Heisten, Amanda Lawrence, Nisha Patel, Morgan Conarro, Hannah Flaherty, Angela Vish; Wesley Village president Glenda Creech, and builder John Atchison at the Small Home construction site, a health care management project that will be the first of its kind in Kentucky.

The adult degree completion program at Asbury University, formerly known as ACHIEVE, has been renamed Adult Professional Studies, or APS. The program is geared to meet the needs of busy adult students. Financial aid is available. Current program tracks include leadership and ministry, elementary education, and management and ethics. For information, call Josh Fee at (859) 858-3511 Ext. 2600.

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