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University of Maryland School of Nursing Ranked In Nation's Top Ten For Fifth Consecutive Time

April 4, 2003

Baltimore, Md. The University of Maryland School of Nursing remained in the nation's top 10 graduate schools for the fifth consecutive time when U.S.News & World Report announced their rankings today. In addition, four of the School of Nursing's master's specialty programs received top 10 status. The adult nurse practitioner program ranked fifth, the nursing service administration program ranked seventh, and the adult/medical-surgical and community/public health programs were ranked eighth.

"I am very proud that our School continues to achieve top 10 status," said Janet D. Allan, PhD, RN, CS, FAAN, dean of the School of Nursing. "I am very pleased, too, that we attained top 10 rankings in several of our master's specialty programs. This is a tribute to our highly regarded and nationally and internationally known faculty."