What's New

  1. Adapted PALS Program Targets Health of African American Seniors in Madison and Milwaukee

    Kimberlee GretebeckKimberlee Gretebeck, PhD, RN, of the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing, in collaboration with UW academic partners and community agencies in Milwaukee and Madison, has received a  $150,000 award from the UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research to support a two-year initiative aimed at improving physical function and health in Older African Americans.

     

  2. UW–Madison Showcases Nursing Student's Inspiring Story

    Maichou LorMaichou Lor, MS'12, RN, a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing is a first-generation college student from Thailand. She has an inspirational story to tell. 

     

  3. School of Nursing Welcomes Scholars from China and Thailand

    Huimin XiaoTwo nursing scholars from China and Thailand are visiting the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing through the UW Exchange Visitor Program. As visiting associate professors, they will conduct research at the School of Nursing through the first semester of the 2014–2015 academic year.

       

  4. School's New Clinical Faculty Provide Wealth of Expertise

    “New” is the operative word for the start of the 2014–2015 academic year at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing. The school welcomes seventeen new clinical faculty to its new home in Signe Skott Cooper Hall, where new high-tech tools integrated with new ways of teaching, learning, and conducting research usher in a new era for nursing education at the UW–Madison.
  5. It Was Grand!

    Bucky and Dean May at Grand OpeningOn August 22–23, 2014, the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing celebrated the grand opening and official dedication of Signe Skott Cooper Hall. The two-day event included a donor recognition dinner on Friday evening and the grand opening and official dedication with a ribbon-tying ceremony on Saturday (see video of Cooper Hall dedication).

  6. New Innovative School of Nursing Building Opening for Fall Semester

    Signe Skott Cooper HallSigne Skott Cooper Hall isn’t just a new building. It’s a place where students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s School of Nursing will learn in new ways using the latest technology. The building, located at 701 Highland Avenue, opens this fall to students with a dedication on Saturday, August 23, 2014. (Also, see article in Wisconsin State Journal.)

  • 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
  • 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

SIGNE SKOTT COOPER HALL

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