“Our vision is to improve health for all.”Linda D. Scott, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FNAP, FAAN, dean and professor, UW–Madison School of Nursing
Make an Impact
Fund scholarships and fellowships that remove barriers to education for students, preparing nurses who will lead in a future that delivers equitable care.
Fund faculty growth and initiatives to ensure that the very best guidance, mentorship, teaching, and research will shape the future nursing workforce, practice, and policies.
Support Innovative Research
Fund inclusive research leading to knowledge and discoveries that will inform changes in care practice and policy—mitigating disparities, building health equity, and improving health on the largest scale.
Support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Fund efforts to support a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture at the School of Nursing.
Support Through Connection
Badger Nurses Change Lives through connection, mentorship, and networking. The School of Nursing is hoping you will stay connected through the Badger Nurse Network, consider mentoring a current student, and share your story.
By the Numbers
Donors to the BNCL campaign
New endowed faculty professorships/chairs
Mercile J. Lee Scholarships established in support of underrepresented students
Badger Nurses Making a Difference
“I learned the importance of being a change agent, standing for what was right, and realizing the responsibilities of my role to provide quality care wherever I practiced.”Barbara Brown, Class of 1971
Celebrate With Us
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Class of 1972
The Class of 1972 celebrated its 50th anniversary of graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing in September.
Littlefield Leadership Lectures
The 2022 Littlefield Lecture, “Nurse Leadership in Complex Times and Environments” featured Rear Admiral Susan M. Orsega. The annual lecture series highlights nurse leaders and reflect the complexity of health care, changing and aging populations, scientific discoveries, innovations, and more.
Reconnect with campus and fellow Badger nurses at the NAO Tailgate, hosted by the School's Nurses Alumni Organization.
“Nursing is such a rewarding career. There’s always something new to learn, and you get to apply that knowledge to help. I’ve been very fortunate to have the opportunity to touch people’s lives in a way only a nurse can.”Kevin Franco Valle ’15