Position title: Student Ambassador
Class of 2024, Traditional BSN
Madisin Randolph’s pre-nursing years sparked an interest in research that led her to the UW–Madison School of Nursing. She enjoys the vast number of opportunities and resources the school provides, as well as the commitment to innovation to keep faculty and students inspired. Randolph became a student ambassador to share these experiences as well as the school’s commitment to improving diversity and inclusion efforts. She hopes to build the distinguished culture and community that supports all its students.
Randolph aspires to work on an emergency or neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) following her graduation in 2024. More than anything, however, Randolph wants to further her education and learn how to improve health care systems in many different regards.
A piece of advice Randolph would give to all prospective nursing students to maximize their experience in nursing is to learn from peers, ask questions, and observe others.