The College is the home to several centers and institutes which attract scientists, researchers, community partners, interdisciplinary collaborators and graduate students worldwide.
The Center for Global Health Equity uses nursing practice, research, scholarship, education and public policy to promote culturally informed, appropriate, competent, and ethical health care.View More about Global Health Equity
Through relationships, we collaborate with campus and community partners to co-create community-based initiatives that engage these complex challenges with holistic systems thinking and participatory processes.View More about the Institute for Systems Change and Peacebuilding
The SMSC at UWM is improving health outcomes in diverse populations through the Science of Self-Management, funded by the National Institute of Nursing P20NR015339.View More about Self-Management
Founded in 1975, The Center for Nursing History is one of a small number of centers dedicated to a historical appreciation of nursing’s influence in health care.View More about Nursing History