Whether you are interested in supporting underrepresented students, incorporating diversity into the curriculum, teaching for diversity and inclusivity, recruiting more diverse research participants, or some other diversity-related goal, we are eager to support your efforts.
We offer consulting and resources, along with events and workshops that provide opportunities to learn, engage in dialogue, and take leadership.
UW-Madison's STEM diversity network is a an online destination for resources related to diversity on campus and beyond. You'll find links to every diversity/identity-related program, center or office at UW–Madison, plus more.
The CARDS® experience is a unique and exciting way to get valuable, candid feedback on how to make materials easier to understand, more inviting, and accessible for potential research participants.
RESOURCES FOR UNDERSTANDING ISSUES OF DIVERSITY IN NURSING
A compilation of websites, articles, and documents for download to support understanding of diversity issues, health equity, allyship, and more.
News & Events
- Investigating Nursing Experiences in Korean Long-Term CareProfessor Ga Eon Lee, a visiting scholar at the School of Nursing, seeks a deeper understanding of what nursing staff experience in long-term care hospitals.
- Into AfricaNursing students head to one of Africa’s smallest nations for a big-impact experience in global health.
School of Nursing Diversity Events
- April 11Building a Culture of Wellness: Can Comics Improve Our Health?Public Talk from MK Czerwiec (aka Comic Nurse) 1:00 PM, 1121 Signe Skott Cooper Hall
- April 11Workshop: Reflective Drawing for Recovery, Resilience, and CareWorkshop with MK Czerwiec (aka Comic Nurse) 2:30 PM, 1321 Signe Skott Cooper Hall
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- April 4