Please save the dates for our upcoming events
Come and celebrate nursing with us. Attending an event is one of the best ways to understand what nurses do and (just as importantly) the impact that Husky Nurses make everyday.
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Nursing Shark Tank
Nurse researchers must try to convince our audience – the Sharks – to give them the funding they need to turn their projects into reality. Sharks will ensure that the UW continues its work to make the world a better place, and further prove that Together, we are boundless.
Nov. 8, 2017 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
KANE HALL, WALKER-AMES ROOM (225)
Elizabeth Sterling Soule Endowed Lecture
The annual Soule lecture features prominent nursing and health care leaders and is supported through the Elizabeth Sterling Soule Endowed Fund, which honors the founding dean of the UW School of Nursing. Bobbie Berkowitz, dean of the Columbia University School of Nursing, will be the featured speaker.
Nov. 30, 2017 noon to 1 p.m.
HUSKY UNION BUILDING 214
Dawg Days in the Desert
Need an excuse to flee a dreary Pacific Northwest winter? Join other Huskies in the Palm Desert area and be sure to attend the School of Nursing Lecture while you’re there.
March 12 to 17, 2018 TIMES VARY BY EVENT
PALM DESERT, CALIFORNIA
Nurses Recognition Banquet
The annual Nurses Recognition Banquet is designed to honor our community’s outstanding nurses and nursing leaders during National Nurses Week, celebrated each May nationwide. This celebration acknowledges the many ways the profession of nursing improves health and touches lives.
May 10, 2018 6 to 9 p.m.
HUSKY UNION BUILDING BALLROOM NORTH
Please mark your calendar for our all school reunion. This will be a come one, come all event with all School of Nursing alums invited. Join the fun!
June 2, 2018 4 to 6 p.m.
UW CLUB, CASCADE/LAKE WASHINGTON ROOM
Celebrate the UW School of Nursing’s centennial! In 1918, public health in Washington State was in crisis because of a worldwide flu epidemic. The Washington TB Association asked the UW to offer public health courses for registered nurses to help alleviate the crisis. These courses became the first public health education courses in the Northwest to include fieldwork and represented the beginning of nursing education at UW.
Sept. 29, 2018
TIME AND LOCATION: TBD
Event photo albums
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