Nationally, The Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholar Program, was created in 2008 to support the educational development of nursing doctoral students, increasing the number of advanced practice nurses who can fill varied roles as primary care providers, nursing school faculty and… Read More
Tragedy and violence inspired her to pursue a Master’s of Sustainable Peace at UWM.
From Wisconsin Center for Nursing Meet Aaron Blomberg, a native of Wisconsin, born and raised in the Town of Raymond (Racine County). Aaron is not your traditional undergraduate student. At the age of 28, Aaron has had quite an academic journey. … Read More
First generation graduate Isis Lozano was driven by UWM’s diversity.
UWM was the right choice, despite the weather
By Katie Zapfel | Photo By Peter Jakubowski TV’s Mister Rogers once said, “Always look for the helpers.” If you are looking for one of those helpers, look no further than Sue Grochowski. This College of Nursing graduate began her… Read More
La Fave says his military background will have a positive impact on his nursing career.
Senior Nygil Matthews talks about why he loves being a part of UWM’s College of Nursing.
Growing up in Ghana, Africa encouraged Mary Esson to pursue researching HIV/AIDS prevention at UWM’s College of Nursing.
The American Academy of Nursing (AAN), founded 40 years ago, is comprised of 1,800 of the profession’s most accomplished leaders who are recognized for their outstanding contributions in research, education, practice and management. As a member of the academy, and an… Read More