Queen Silvia Nursing Award
New Health Sciences Building
Applications are now open!
Nightingale Leadership Series
2020 Year of the Nurse and Midwife
COVID-19 population health equity research grants
School of Nursing Postdoctoral fellow Dr. Tamsin Lee, DAOM, AEMP is on a research team to explore the use of online peer-support for Black and Asian American adults.
UW nursing students, alumni to compete for prestigious dementia care scholarship
The UW School of Nursing has been selected as the first academic partner in the United States to bestow the Queen Silvia Nursing Award (QSNA) for dementia care.
Return to Sim Center
How is the UW School of Nursing safely re-opening the Simulation Center for faculty and students this upcoming year?
Meet PhD student Andrea Cabrera
Andrea, is a PhD student and is one of the inaugural students for Latino Center for Health inaugural Student Scholars Fellowship Program.
Racism is a Public Health Crisis
Listen to Paw'd Defiance podcast with HuskyNurse professors Wendy Barrington and UW Tacoma professor Sharon Laing.
Liz Bridges, President of American Association of Critical Care Nurses
Watch the video of Husky Nurse faculty Liz Bridges unveiling the this year's theme for the American Association of Critical Care Nurses
Husky Nurse alumna named to Nurse-Family Partnership Board of Directors
Bobbie Berkowitz, BSN '72, MN '81 has been appointed to the Nurse-Family Partnership Board
Congratulations to Western Institute of Nursing Award Recipients
We're proud of our outstanding Husky Nurses who received WIN awards.
Nurse Symposium 2020
More than 30 high school students attended our Nursing Symposium.
Husky Nurses featured in WCN newsletter
Read more about Husky Nurses Rikki Peck and Judy Lazarus.
Dr. Rebecca O’Connor Selected as UC Davis Health Fellow Nurse Leader
Congratulations to Dr. Rebecca O'Connor who was selected as a 11 UC Davis Health Betty Irene Moore Fellow Nurse Leader
Read more about Rachael Suggs Pitts, BSN '56 and founding member of the Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Organization.