Class of 2021
UW School of Nursing is Ranked No. 1
BSN students preparing food for homeless teens
Be Boundless Campaign Stories
Safe Return to Sim Center
WHO Chief Nursing Officer Keynote Speaker for Nursing Convocation
We're excited to have Elizabeth Iro, Chief Nursing Officer of the World Health Organization as our 2021 Convocation keynote speaker.
Husky Nurse Awarded Jonas Nursing and Veterans Healthcare Grant
Congratulations to PhD Student Karl Cristie Figuracion!
Huskynurses in the Husky 100
The UW School of Nursing is proud to announce that three BSN nursing students chosen for the 2021 Husky 100.
Congratulations to Butch de Castro
Butch de Castro has been awarded the Extra Mile Award.
Endowment Established in Honor of Hayes Retirement
"Patty's leadership in population health and innovative approach to building healthy communities are internationally recognized.”
May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Read more about resources, events, and articles surrounding the Asian American Pacific Islander community.
Congratulations to Washington State Nurses Association Awardees!
Every year Washington State Nurses Association (WSNA) recognizes members who have made significant contributions in nursing practice, leadership, education and research.
Congratulations to King County Nurses Association Scholarship Recipients
We're proud of these #huskynurse students who have been awarded scholarships from King County Nurses Association.
Dean Azita Emami’s ‘insider–outsider’ perspective shapes her UW School of Nursing leadership
"Whatever I do, whether professionally or personally in my life, it’s very deeply and strongly impacted by my identity as an immigrant,”
Congratulations to Kerryn Reding
Associate Professor Kerryn Reding has received a 2021 SWOG/Hope Foundation Impact Award and also co-authored an American Heart Association Position Paper which has been published.
Dementia Research Published in Journal of Gerontology: Medical Science
Associate Professor OIeg Zaslavsky's research on dementia was published in Journal of Gerontology: Medical Science.
Governor Inslee declares May to be Nurses Month
For the second year in a row, Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has declared May to be Nurses Month