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NAU Receives Grant

The United States Health Resources Services Administration has awarded the Northern Arizona University (NAU) Dental Hygiene Program in Flagstaff a $3.25 million grant to support students from racial and ethnic minority groups who meet financial aid requirements.

Photo Courtesy: JOSHBIGGS, CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION-SHARE ALIKE 4.0 INTERNATIONAL LICENSEThe United States Health Resources Services Administration has awarded the Northern Arizona University (NAU) Dental Hygiene Program in Flagstaff a $3.25 million grant to support students from racial and ethnic minority groups who meet financial aid requirements. The grant is designed to promote diversity among NAU dental hygiene students. The funds will pay for at least half of tuition costs for 40 dental hygiene students this year. The NAU program is headed by Tracye A. Moore, RDH, MS, EdD, author of “The Increasing Utilization of Teledentistry.”

From Dimensions of Dental Hygiene. September 2020;18(8):11.

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