Students should not have to navigate their educational journey all on their own. UW-Milwaukee offers various levels of Academic and General Resources in order to ensure students are successful and can reach their full potential.
Nursing Academic Enrichment Team
The Academic Enrichment Team works one-on-one with students to provide supplemental instruction, study aids, tips for reading/listening comprehension and more. Our learning specialists have backgrounds working with nursing students and multilingual students. We invite you to meet with one of our four Learning Specialists to maximize your academic experience at UWM College of Nursing.
Ebony Cobb, MA, RN
Learning Specialist & Academic Sucess Coordinator
Pre-Nursing Student Learning Specialist
- Time Management
- Test Taking/Study Skills
- Exam Preparation
Rosemarie Feiza-Lenz, MA
Multilingual Learning Specialist
- Written Communication
- Reading Strategies
- Grammar: Editing and Instruction
- Vocabulary Building
Tamara Griffin, BS, RN
Health and Illness Tutoring and Professional Major
- Developing deeper understanding and comprehension of nursing content
- Breaking down exam questions for understanding
- Developing study strategies and study guides
Request Academic Enrichment Team Services
Join us for English Language Mini-Workshops on the following topics!
The workshops will be interactive and in a small group setting.
Register for one (or more) workshops.
|Workshop||Date and Time|
|Clinical Idioms and Phrases Part 1: Patients talk about nausea, vertigo
(woozy, my head is spinning)
|Friday, March 5th
|Notetaking to Remember Content||Friday, March 12th
|English Commonly Used in Nursing Part 1: “indicated,” “exasperated” and more||Friday, March 19th
|Clinical Idioms and Phrases Part 2: Patients describe how they feel (pooped, on the mend)||Friday, April 2nd
|Clinical Idioms and Phrases Part 3: Workplace (learn the ropes, belt tightening)||Friday, April 16th
|Clinical Idioms and Phrases Part 1: Patients talk about nausea, vertigo (woozy, my head is spinning)||Friday, April 30th
|Grammar Point Review: Present Perfect Tense (have seen)||Friday, May 7th
Location: Collaborate Ultra
Nursing Study Center
The Study Center helps and supports nursing students with supplemental instruction, study groups, and other study aids. The Study Center is a great place to study alone, meet with study groups, or relax for a few minutes in between classes. It also coordinates events with other resources on and off-campus. It is located in Cunningham Hall, Room 147.
Nursing Learning Resource Center (NLRC)
The NLRC provides teaching and learning resources through a variety of strategies with simulation as one of the major tools.
Additional UW-Milwaukee Academic Resources
Campus Resources List
All campus resources, including non-academic.
Accessibility Resource Center
This center is dedicated to providing equal access for students with disabilities to the University’s academic, social, cultural, and recreational programs.
Student Success Center
Information about valuable academic resources on campus.
PASS: Panther Academic Support Services
This center offers a wide range of services: tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, study groups, and academic resources.
Multicultural Student Center: Multicultural Student Lounge
A great place where students can study, relax, hang-out with friends, or have meetings and activities.
The Writing Center
This center is open to all students, freshman through graduate. Get assistance with that writing assignment or project before it is due. Trained peer tutors will work with you to generate topics, organize ideas, develop thesis statements and revise drafts.
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