Victim advocacy brings visit, praise from Department of Justice By Barbara Clements An Assistant Attorney General with the U.S. Department of Justice will visit PLU’s Women’s Center on Thursday, March
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Partnership addresses nursing shortage PLU’s School of Nursing has partnered with three Washington state foundations to address the regional nursing crisis and give nursing students new competencies in geriatric care.