UVA School of Nursing
The University of Virginia School of Nursing was established in 1901 as the University's nursing school.
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In early 2020, the school received a $20 million grant from William and Joanne Conway to be used to increased the number of graduates. 
To ensure adequate staffing of the hospital, the University of Virginia opened a training school for nurses in 1901. Student nurses learned on the job, working ten to twelve hours a day for two years before obtaining their degree. These nurses lived on the premises.
The first male graduate of the UVA School of Nursing was Thomas Watters on September 9, 1966.
- Web. UVa nursing school to expand programs thanks to $20 million gift, Bryan McKenzie, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, January 10, 2020, retrieved January 14, 2020. Print. January 10, 2020 page A1.
- Print: Who Wouldn't Smile [photo caption], Unspecified, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises 10 Sept 1966, Page 21.