Congratulations UWM Daisy Award Recipients

UWM College of Nursing congratulates Jessica Hertig and Murad Taani, who recently were recognized for their commitment and inspirational influence on their students. The DAISY Faculty Award is a national recognition program. Honorees are nominated by their peers, students, school… Read more

Honorary Degree Recipient Judy Murphy

For over forty years, Judy Murphy has been a leader in nursing informatics. After graduating from nursing school, she worked her way up at Aurora Health Care over 37 years. She served as a staff nurse, an inservice educator, an… Read more

AACN Student Policy Conference – 2022

In March 2022, UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing sent two doctoral students to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Student Policy Summit in Washington, DC. Students were invited to submit an abstract addressing their interest in attending the conference,… Read more

UWM Nursing Increases NIH Funding Ranking for 2021

UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing is ranked in the top 30 of total National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding to Schools of Nursing for federal fiscal year 2021. In 2021 there were 85 Schools of Nursing that received NIH funding, the… Read more

Learning Design Thinking for Nursing Research and Teaching at MNRS

Drs. AkkeNeel Talsma, Jeana Holt and Murad Taani are presenting at the MNRS Pre-Conference “Learning Design Thinking for Nursing Research and Teaching: Innovating Nursing Practice and Science. Learn more and register at: https://mnrs.org/annual…/2022-annual-research-conference/

Seeking nominations for National Daisy Award

What Is the DAISY Faculty Award? The DAISY Foundation, as part of its service to the nursing profession’s role in patient care, established The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty (includes clinical teaching staff as well). The purpose of this… Read more

RN to BSN Program extended to prelicensure ADNs

UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing is excited to share that the RN to BS in Nursing completion program now extends entry to prelicensure Associate Degree Nurse (ADN) students. Students working towards an ADN can take a variety of courses at UWM through one… Read more