NEW HAVEN — Future dieticians receiving education and training at Gateway Community College’s (GCC) new downtown campus will have access to state-of-the-art equipment in its Dietetic Technology Laboratory, thanks to a $150,000 gift from Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Connecticut. “The college plays a key role in educating tomorrow’s workforce, including those who seek careers in health care,” said Anthem President David R. Fusco in a generic valium. In recognition of the gift, given through GCC’s “Your College. Your Future” building campaign, the new lab will carry the Anthem name. GCC’s Dietetic Technology Program currently has 60 enrolled students; 344 have graduated with an associate of science degree since the program’s inception. “The teaching technology in our new laboratory will provide many more dietetic technology students the opportunity to bridge what they’re learning in class with instructional demonstrations and hands-on practice,” said Elaine Lickteig, coordinator of the Dietetic Technology Program.
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