Create healthier communities - Apply today!
Learn to lead broad-based health improvements and systems change to create healthier communities through our newly enhanced DNP-Population Health program. The deadline to apply is May 1.
No. 1 public nursing graduate school
UW received top rank among public schools for the DNP, master's and Family Nurse Practitioner specialty
Josephine Ensign selected to receive a 2018-19 Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant
“With this Fulbright award and fellowship experience, it will provide me with a cultural immersion, and have a profound and positive effect on my teaching and scholarship when I return to UW,” Ensign said.
New undergraduate curriculum
Starting in Autumn 2019, undergraduate students at the UW School of Nursing Seattle campus will have a new curriculum that adds additional opportunities for ambulatory care, population health content and clinical experiences and research.
Meet our students: Venita Schandorf
"I can see that I’m getting a stellar education and feel confident that I’ll be prepared as a doctorally prepared FNP," Schandorf said.
DNP-Population Health student embarks on fellowship in Ethiopia
As a second year DNP-Population Health Nursing student, Rebekah Maldonado-Nofziger is preparing to combat systems of injustice alongside partnerships within the community.
How politics, economics intersect with global health interventions
In her new book, UW Assistant Professor Dr. Nora Kenworthy examines how politics and economics intersect with global health interventions and the resulting consequences.
Promoting health through cross-cultural exchanges
UW Nursing students are learning to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being thanks to cross-cultural immersive experiences in international healthcare settings. Students Ann Nguyen and Brennan Jones traveled recently to Tokyo to study the roles of nurses in Japan for one week.
Huskynurses in the Husky 100
Three Huskynurses were selected as 2018 Husky 100.
Meet our students: Kelsey Hirsch
"Everything I love about health - the family-centered care, holistic focus and importance of education, and the universal art of caring - is in nursing," Hirsch said.
News and Awards, March 2018
Faculty and student awards and accolades at the School of Nursing.
American Association of Colleges of Nursing Student Policy Summit in Washington D.C.
Jax Hermer, one of our Doctor of Nursing Practice students gave us her account on attending the conference.
Meet our students: Rafael Achacoso
"The School of Nursing does an exemplary job teaching students about health equity, social/cultural issues in nursing and addressing these issues. I feel empowered with the knowledge that many of my professors imparted." Achacoso said.
UW School of Nursing researchers receive grant from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Funding will advance work by the Public Health Activities and Services Tracking (PHAST) team.