What's New

  1. Dr. Ward recognized as "Outstanding Women of Color"

    The UW–Madison School of Nursing is pleased to share that Associate Professor Dr. Earlise Ward has been recognized as one of seven ‘Outstanding Women of Color for 2015-2016.


  2. Nursing Students Broaden Skills While Serving Rural Wisconsin

    Photo of Nursing Students in Rural WisconsinA dairy farmer in northwestern Wisconsin sized up his mangled thumb, wrapped in duct tape, and issued his prognosis: It would heal eventually and, besides, it was milking time.

    The man was one of many rural residents that University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing students met during an annual three-week Rural Community Health Immersion Clinical program.

  3. "Alive Inside" Brings Partners Across Disciplines to Cooper Hall

    Photo of small discussion group What do a social work professor, graduate student in music, VA physician, state health agency staff, music therapist and associate dean of nursing have in common?

    They all led small group discussions following a special screening of the documentary “Alive Inside” in Cooper Hall.

  • Elevated view of Cooper Hall
  • Cooper Hall atrium-aerial view
  • Cooper Hall Donor Wall
  • SSCH historical scrolls
  • Cooper Hall rooftop garden chairs
  • Signe Skott Cooper wall tribute in Cooper Hall
  • Cooper Hall display-Florence Nightingale
  • Cooper Hall atrium
  • You Share 2014 logo
  • Cooper Hall ALC
  • Cooper Hall atrium display
  • Cooper Hall'sSkott Commons Window Wall
  • CTTEN patient simulator
  • SSCH_display_Skott_Commons
  • Dean's Suite display
  • Cooper Hall exterior
  • CTEN study area
  • Inspirational message
  • CTEN entrance
  • Witness tree installation
  • Weikel Suite entrance
  • Cooper Hall north exterior patio
  • Vision_history Wall