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As the UW–Madison School of Nursing re-engineers its curriculum, a mutual decision has been made to end a La Crosse-based offering of its nursing program that the school operated jointly with Gundersen Lutheran Health System.
Linda Ciofu Baumann, professor emerita at the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing, has been appointed to a four-year term on the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
Signe Skott Cooper's generosity and lifelong commitment to the University of Wisconsin–Madison will be recognized when the university names the new School of Nursing building in her honor.
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.