Tracy E. Seiler-Schultz, MSN, RN

Position title: Assistant Clinical Professor


Phone: 608-263-5291

4111 Signe Skott Cooper Hall

Portrait of Tracy Seiler-Schultz

Certificate of Health Professional Education, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in: Education; Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Nursing, 2007
MS, Marquette University in: Nursing; Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Midwifery, 2001
BS, Graceland College in: Nursing, 1999
Associate Degree in: Nursing, Madison Area Technical College, 1992
Associate of Science Degree, University of Wisconsin-Baraboo, 1989

Professor Seiler-Schultz teaches in traditional, accelerated, and graduate courses. She holds a position as clinical assistant professor for University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing. She has taught in various nursing curriculums since 2003. She maintains a Wisconsin license as a nurse-midwife and national certifications as a nurse-midwife and nurse educator. She is a member of the American College of Nurse Midwifery, Wisconsin Area Perinatal Care and National League of Nursing. Service: Undergraduate Admissions and Progression Committee member, School of Nursing. District 605 Representative (alternate) for UW–Madison, Academic Assembly.

Clinical Scholarship focus areas

Teaching and Learning

  • Developing content focus for Perinatal population for undergraduate nursing curriculum.
  • Creation of active learning instructional activities for didactic and practicum courses.

Teaching and Learning