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Visit our new microsite featuring 75 nurses of influence. Learn about these pioneers and nominate a trailblazing nurse you think should be included in the final 100.
No. 1 public nursing graduate school
UW received top rank among public schools for the DNP, master's and Family Nurse Practitioner specialty
Meet our students: Abby Link
"I knew nursing was going to be a part of my career patch since I was 14 years-old. I wanted to help care for and comfort people during their time of need," said Link.
Nursing education to change the world
How our students will use nursing to change the world.
Executive Associate Dean Pam Mitchell retires
After 52 exceptional years of service to the School of Nursing, Executive Associate Dean Pam Mitchell retires.
Congratulations to the Class of 2018!
News and awards April/May 2018
Awards, accolades and news mentions from faculty, staff and students at the School of Nursing
2018 Nurses of Influence Banquet Award Recipients
Congratulations to our 2018 Nurses of Influence Banquet award recipients - thank you for your dedication and hard work!
Service learning project becomes nurse-run clinic serving homeless youth
Three Doctor of Nursing Practice students – thought they would have a one-time visit to a homeless shelter for a service learning project. Instead, that experience turned into a longer term project to implement a more sustainable nurse-run clinic.
Meet our students: Rubee Dev
"I chose nursing because I wanted to help people who are still fighting for the basic health care needs," Dev said.
Husky Nurses open midwifery practice in Covington
Husky Nurses use their experience and knowledge, to spearhead the opening of a new birth center in a new hospital, Multicare Covington Medical Center in Covington, WA a small city in South King County.
NINR Director Dr. Patricia Grady discusses State of Nursing Science
Dr. Patricia Grady PhD, RN, FAAN, Director of the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) recently discussed the State of Nursing Science and provide insights on NINR's mission, their strategic science focus and priorities. Watch her presentation.
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.