May News & Awards



  • Jennifer Sonney‘s work, in collaboration with other University of Washington researchers, creating the virtual reality environment, ‘Relaxation Environment for Stress in Teens’ (RESeT) was recently featured in UW Today.
  • Listen to the Voices of Nursing podcast, “Becoming a Nurse Researcher and Advocate,” with Dr. Monica McLemore. She shares the key moments that inspired her journey to becoming a nurse researcher and advocate.


  • School of Nursing PhD and MN alumna Jung-Ah Lee’s work with caregivers for people with dementia was recently featured in the University of California, Irvine Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing’s Magazine, Humanitas. Find the story on page 29 of Humanitas magazine.
  • All School Reunion was celebrated on Saturday, May 18. The annual UW School of Nursing All Class Reunion was held Saturday, May 18. It was a wonderful event and even more heartening to see alumni reminisce and share stories of their adventures post-graduation. Attendees had the opportunity to hear from a dynamic panel of current faculty and alumni on “The Future of Nursing” and were shown a sneak peek trailer for the upcoming nursing documentary, “Everybody’s Work,” in collaboration with the school’s Manning Price Spratlen Center for Antiracism & Equity in Nursing. See pictures and hear from those who attended the All Class Reunion. We hope to see more of our alumni at the 2025 All Class Reunion!


  • UW chemistry professor emeritus Larry R. Dalton and his wife, Nicole A. Boand announced a $10 million bequest to the School of Nursing to support scholarships and clinical education. Read more

Nurses Month 2024

  • Read more about what the School did to celebrate our amazing #HuskyNurses for Nurses Month.