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The COLLEGE OF MEDICINE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT has received a five-year grant from the W. K. KELLOGG FOUNDATION, with funds to strengthen the Departments of Anatomy, Microbiology, Physiology, and Medicine through staff and faculty additions. The funds, totaling $500,000, will also be used to establish a new Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and aid in the completion of a now-in-progress major revision of its curriculum and a gradual extension of the University's extramural responsibilities and activities.The UNIVERSITY OF UTAH COLLEGE OF MEDICINE is also the recipient of a Kellogg Foundation grant totaling a half million dollars for services to enhance its overall education efforts. Sixty thousand dollars of the grant is to be used for educational television—permitting closed circuit viewing of demonstrations, patient care and operations—the amount to be matched by funds from the federal government.The 1965 winner of the $1,000 Mr. and
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