Top Nursing Schools in Montana

By | March 19, 2019

If you intend to purse a nursing degree in Montana, you should aim at the top nursing schools in Montana. Let’s show below, which schools have a standard curriculum for nursing education and are recognized by the market.

See the latest nursing school ranking of the state and check the top nursing colleges among the institutions and the best evaluated courses in Montana.

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Top Nursing Schools in Montana

List of Best Nursing Colleges in Montana

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1 Montana State University
Mailing Address: PO Box 173560, Bozeman, MT 59717-3560
Phone Number: (406) 994-3783
E-mail: [email protected]
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Best Colleges for Nursing in Montana

Robert Moses

Be that as it may, in the thirties, at the height of the Great Depression, Robert Moses was perhaps the only person in the United States who had serious experience in organizing large-scale public works. Almost every time the US governmentstarted funding a new program under the New Deal, Moses had concrete proposals ready with drawings, specifications, and other necessary documentation. It is not surprising that he was able to actively attract and use the funds allocated by the Washington authorities.

In 1933, Moses used his popularity to support Fiorello La Guardia, who was running for mayor of New York, and after his victory was appointed to the position of the city’s “Commissioner of Parks”, having received huge powers. Using federal funding, he began to create new parks, stadiums, sports and playgrounds in the city. Among the most famous projects of Moses of those years is the construction of ten huge outdoor pools in New York.

The influence of Robert Moses grew even more when he headed the Triborough Bridge Construction Authority (connecting the Bronx, Queens and Manhattan boroughs of New York, today known as the Robert Kennedy Memorial Bridge). It was thanks to Moses that money was allocated for the construction of the bridge – more than sixty million dollars (more than it took to build the Hoover Dam). After the bridge entered service in 1936, the revenue generated from it (tolls) and the issuance of bonds by the Triborough Bridge Authority funded other major projects, largely making Moses independent of city government.

Robert Moses was one of the organizers of the 1939 New York World’s Fair. The buildings of the exhibition, which was visited by more than forty-four million people, were erected in Queens on the site of a former landfill, and after the end of the exhibition, one of the largest Flushing Meadows park in New York was laid out here.

By the end of the thirties, Robert Moses was a very famous, respected and influential person in New York. The Atlantic Monthly wrote in February 1939 ” …of the growing appreciation of millions of New Yorkers of all ages and classes for a man who, in less than five years, has rebuilt or refurbished a large part of the metropolis…Robert Moses sets the example of the most far-sighted and constructive use of public money… “. Journalists said about Moses that he ” combines intelligence with the character of a wounded lion ” and called him “fireworks man.”