As alumni, you are a crucial part of the the UW-Madison School of Nursing community. With over 10,000 graduates worldwide, the Badger nurse network continues to transform healthcare in Wisconsin and around the globe. We are here to support you in all the places your UW -Madison nursing degree takes you. Now, you inspire us. We look to you as experienced nurses, educators, and researchers for inspiration and support to share with the next generation of nurse leaders.
Connect with Your Fellow Alumni
Join us for Homecoming
The UW–Madison School of Nursing and the Nurses' Alumni Organization invite you to a Badger Nurse breakfast on Saturday, October 20 at 9AM in Union South, followed by the 11AM football game against the Fighting Illini at Camp Randall Stadium.
Nurses Alumni Organization (NAO)
NAO provides the link between the UW-Madison School of Nursing and its alumni, whether they have earned a certificate, a bachelor's degree, or an advanced degree in nursing. Current and emeriti faculty are also members of the organization.
Join Badger Bridge
This online tool keeps UW–Madison alumni, students, and staff connected. You can reconnect with fellow Badgers, give back to others as a career mentor, meet new Badgers close to home, explore job opportunities, and more.
Once a Badger, Always a Badger.
The School of Nursing is more than a place where nursing careers begin. It is a lifelong professional resource, a connection to the past, a continuous source or science and discovery and a place where alumni and nursing colleagues are always welcome.
There are many ways to stay connected to the School. Join Badger Bridge, stay involved with the Nurses Alumni Organization, mentor a current student, or attend one of the School’s signature events.
Want to get involved? Email Marlee Promisel, alumni relations officer, at email@example.com.
The very tenets of the university—the Wisconsin Idea—speak to spreading the good works of the UW far beyond the borders of campus. If you are interested in giving back to the School of Nursing and future badger nurses, please consider sharing your talents through volunteering.
Here just a few of the ways you can serve:
- Join the NAO Board
- Become a Nurse Preceptor
- Mentor a Student
- Speak at a Student Organization Event
- Conduct Mock Interviews.
Fill out this simple form to get started.
Not sure which is the right fit for you? Contact Marlee Promisel, alumni relations officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about the opportunities.
Philanthropy among our alumni and other generous donors positions the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing as a driving force behind patient safety and quality of care in the twenty-first century. As a result of donor generosity, Signe Skott Cooper Hall, with its world-class technology, innovative educational spaces, and cutting-edge research, will come well equipped to prepare tomorrow’s nursing leaders in health care. Thanks to philanthropy, nursing’s reach will extend far out into communities across Wisconsin and beyond.
News & Events
On May 10, School of Nursing alumna Dr. MarySue Heilemann gave a lecture on her work to make nurse characters more realistic and offered a colloquium on her research about using storytelling to treat depression.
Nurses made a difference during the most difficult experience of her life. Now Chelsea Adams ’16 wants to do the same.
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Get the latest in research, education, and practice from the School of Nursing, meet the people leading the way, and celebrate the impact of alumni across the state and around the world. ForwardNursing brings you meaningful stories about and for people working to promote health and advance healthcare. Take a look and experience the compassion…
Recognizing School of Nursing Alumni
Each year, the NAO salutes alumni who have made significant contributions to the nursing profession that shape research, scholarship, education, and practice with the Distinguished Achievement Award and the Outstanding Badger Nursing Award.
Keep In Touch
Class notes are a great way to stay in touch with fellow Badger nurses. All updates are published bi-annually in Forward Nursing magazine.