Dr. Maichou Lor works on research with a student.

This is where we do cutting-edge research to
enable compassionate care

faculty and students in a simulation suite

This is where the future of nursing meets the challenges of today

Attendees strike a playful pose at the Underrepresented Student and Alumni Reception.

This is where inclusion meets excellence

Linda D. Oakley talks to a participant in her Black Wellness study.

This is where we love what we do, and who we do it for

The class of 1927

This is where we look back to move forward

Employment & Recruitment

"I am inspired every day by the amazing impact that our researchers have on the health of individual and populations, as well as the design of health care systems."

Linsey Steege, PhD, Associate Dean for Research, Professor, and Gulbrandsen Chair in Health Informatics & Systems Innovation

Current Openings

A Place for Your Career to Thrive

Facilities that build community

Signe Skott Cooper Hall supports the health and wellness of the School of Nursing community and features research suites, simulation labs, exercise spaces, and more.

Students eat lunch on the patio next to Cooper Hall.

Rigorous academic programs

We enroll more than 500 students with degree offerings that include multiple paths to a bachelor of science in nursing, two doctoral programs—the DNP and PhD—four certificate programs, and ongoing continuing education.

Strong support for research

Extensive administrative support and rich opportunities for collaboration await at this research-intensive university, consistently ranked among the top public universities for overall research funding.

Tonya Roberts with older patient

Commitment to Health Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

We actively foster an environment of inclusive excellence that welcomes diversity among students, faculty, and staff. Awareness of diversity and promotion of health equity are central to our curricula, educational events, resources, and services.

Participants connect at the Underrepresented Student Alumni Reception.

Madison, A Capital City

Madison, often voted one of the best places to live in the U.S., blends the city and campus, green spaces and urban areas, to create a place unlike anywhere else.

Photo of downtown Madison and Lake Monona.

"Madison is a beautiful place to live with lots of nature and open areas."

Kristine L. Kwekkeboom, PhD, RN, FAAN, Lillian S. Moehlman Bascom Professor in Nursing and PhD Program Director

"Here at the School of Nursing we have an amazing spirit of collaboration. It's an intellectual warehouse that you can tap into at any point."

Tonya Roberts, PhD, RN, Associate Professor and Karen Frick Pridham Professor in Family-Centered Care