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Facilities that build community: Signe Skott Cooper Hall, home to the School of Nursing since 2014, offers multiple high-fidelity clinical simulation labs, research suites, and one of the largest active learning classroom complexes in the country. Cooper Hall supports the health and wellness of the School of Nursing community with exercise spaces, an indoor walking trail, meditation rooms, and more.
Rigorous academic programs: We enroll more than 500 students with degree offerings that include multiple paths to completing a bachelor of science in nursing, two doctoral programs in nursing practice and research—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. The School of Nursing is part of a campus-within-a-campus where nursing, medicine, pharmacy, and veterinary medicine buildings are grouped together, along with an affiliated teaching hospital complex, to create an Academic Health Center.
Supports the development, design, and implementation of research projects for the Healthy Aging in Rural Towns (HeART) grant according to plans.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing, the leading nursing research institution in Wisconsin, is seeking one tenure-track faculty to conduct innovative and impactful research aimed at improving health services and individual and population health across the lifespan.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing, the leading nursing research institution in Wisconsin, is seeking two tenure-track faculty to conduct innovative and impactful research aimed at improving health services and individual and population health across the lifespan.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing seeks to fill one tenure track faculty position to serve as the Sekelsky Professor of Education Innovation.
The UW-Madison School of Nursing, Wisconsin’s leading nursing research institution, is seeking a collaborative, innovative researcher to advance pediatric nursing through research, teaching, and leadership as the Karen Frick Pridham Professor of Pediatric Nursing.
The UW–Madison School of Nursing is seeking a collaborative and energetic researcher to become the next Associate Dean for Research and Sponsored Programs.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is seeking to fill one faculty position in the School of Nursing as part of a campus-wide cluster hiring initiative to add to the vibrant community of academic researchers at UW–Madison focused on research at the nexus of environment, health, and community in the Native American context.
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Information for Employers
The UW–Madison School of Nursing is excited to partner with you in order to meet your needs and connect you to our students. We are extremely proud of the student population and feel they can be an asset to your organization.
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- Post jobs to UW–Madison and 500+ schools from one dashboard, for free
- Narrow down potential hires with filtering options
- Schedule on-campus interviews, register for career fairs, and set up info sessions
See the Help Resources below, or contact your school or college career center representative or the Career Exploration Center.
UW–Madison Student Job Center
UW–Madison’s Student Job Center is another resource for employers. Any employer looking to hire students may post an opening on the site.
There are many opportunities to connect with students on campus. If you are interested in any of the following opportunities, please contact Beth Dawson, email@example.com or 608-263-5202.
Career Fairs and Events
The Nurses Alumni Organization (NAO) hosts career fairs periodically which will be posted in Handshake.
Employer Information Sessions are one-hour presentations conducted by organization representatives. The purpose of the information session is to provide students with information on employment opportunities, actual career paths, qualities sought in applicants and training programs, and a general overview of the recruiting process.
Recruiters are invited to conduct on-campus interviews through the Academic Affairs Office for summer and semester-long internships and full-time employment. We strive to assist employers in filling their interview schedules.