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The secret is out. The Oscar Rennebohm Foundation made its second $1 million gift to the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing in advance of the Badgers' spring football game.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison's profound impact on Wisconsin's economy, one that totals $12.4 billion annually, is detailed in a new report that underscores the importance of the university to the state's economic well being.
“We are ... turning away three well-qualified applicants for every one we accept”
The School of Nursing presents the 11th Annual Littlefield Leadership Lecture with keynote speaker Donna Shalala on Friday, Oct. 15.
A $500,000 gift from Barbara D. and M. Keith Weikel ('62 MS PHM, '66 PhD BUS) has provided further momentum to the campaign for a new University of Wisconsin–Madison Nursing Science Center.
Two major gifts announced today (Oct. 2) provide a major boost to the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing and its Power of Nursing Campaign to build and staff a new nursing science center.
Best-selling author James Patterson admits he's been taken over by Badger enthusiasm, and that's translated into a significant gift for the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing.
Project HealthDesign, a national program designed to support health and information technology pioneers to create a new generation of personal health records (PHR) systems, has been awarded a $5.3 million addition to its grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, bringing the project's total funding to $10 million.
The BSN@Home program — a joint initiative of five UW System schools, including UW–Madison — provides nurses with associate degress the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree without disrupting work or family life.