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Harrisburg U. to partner with Alvernia on leadership, health programs

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Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has announced a new partnership with Alvernia University in which the schools will establish a leadership development program for state employees.

The leadership program is aimed at senior managers in state government, the university said in an announcement Tuesday.

It will provide senior manager in state government with the skills to engage and effectively motivate staff, and will offer tactics and management techniques that address the specific challenges of government employees, university officials said in a news release.

Organizers of the effort were not immediately available Tuesday to provide more details.

The university also announced it has started a second partnership with Reading-based Alvernia, allowing students enrolled in Alvernia’s master of science in nursing program to take graduate-level courses in Harrisburg University’s health care informatics degree program.

The courses include: Essential Informatics Skills I, Essential Informatics Skills II, Introduction to Healthcare Analytics and Healthcare Data, Harrisburg University said.

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