Accreditation Support For William Carey University School of Pharmacy


Project Overview

Implementing Organization
Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MS DEQ)

DWH Project Funding

0

Known Leveraged Funding

0

Funding Organization

The U.S. Department of Treasury

Funding Program

The RESTORE Act Funds Bucket 1: The Direct Component

Project Location: Mississippi1

Funding Source: Transocean, Anadarko, and BP
Controlling Document: The RESTORE Act
Year Awarded: 2017

Project Details

Project Category

Project Actions

Other Workforce Development and Job Creation
Education and Outreach
Other Workforce Development and Job Creation Education and Outreach Programmatic

Targeted Resources

Human and / or Institutional Capacity

Project Description

This project will support workforce development and job creation on the Mississippi Gulf Coast by hiring faculty and staff as part of the accreditation process for the William Carey University School of Pharmacy who will educate and train the future pharmacist workforce.It is anticipated that Mississippi will see a workforce shortage of more than 400 pharmacists over the next two years. Development of pharmacist workforce is needed to support this shortage. The purpose of this project is to assist William Carey University in gaining accreditation for a pharmacy program. Once accreditation has been achieved, the School of Pharmacy at the Tradition Campus will be constructed and anticipates 60 pharmacy graduates annually, creating new jobs through faculty and support services.

Project Contact

Project Partners

None

Affiliated Institutions

None


Project ID: 681
Project Name: Accreditation Support For William Carey University School of Pharmacy
SourceUID: RDCGR470036
Latitude: 30.44456418
Longitude: -88.967406
Country: United States of America
State or Province: Mississippi
County: Harrison
Project Category: Human and Social
Project Action: Other Workforce Development and Job Creation
Additional Project Action(s): Education and Outreach
Additional Project Action(s): Other Workforce Development and Job Creation Education and Outreach Programmatic
Targeted Resource(s): Human and / or Institutional Capacity
Targeted Resource(s):
Targeted Resource(s):
Anticipated Project Completion Year: 2019
Implementing Organization: Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MS DEQ)
Implementing Organization Type: State
Point of Contact – Name: None
Point of Contact – Phone: None
Point of Contact – Email: None
Other Partners: None
Affiliated Institutions: None
Link: https://www.treasury.gov/services/restore-act/Pages/Direct%20Component/Direct-Component.aspx
Project Comments: At this time, U.S. Department of Treasury cannot confirm the accuracy of this information. Please go to https://www.treasury.gov/services/restore-act/Pages/home.aspx for the latest information about this project.
Acres Acquired: 0
Close Year: 0
Close Month: 0
Close day: 0
Purchase Type: None
Landowner: None
Landowner Type: None
Purpose: None
Public Access: None
Easement Holder Name : None
Easement Holder Type: None
Secondary Easement Holder 1: None
Secondary Easement Holder 2: None
Duration: None
Term: 0
Land Restoration Acreage: 0
Aquatic Restoration Acreage: 0
Restoration Mileage: 0
Restoration Feet: 0
Additional Acreage: 0
Total Dollar Amount (from all funders): 1062751
DWH Funder: The U.S. Department of Treasury
DWH Funder Type: Federal
DWH Funding Program: The RESTORE Act Funds Bucket 1: The Direct Component
DWH Dollar Amount : 1062751
DWH Source: Transocean, Anadarko, and BP
Fund Origin: Civil Settlement
Controlling Documents: The RESTORE Act
Award Year: 2017
Award Month: 9
Total Amount Leveraged: 0


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