Anna Klar’s effort to understand the relationship between chronic heart failure and brain blood flow lands her the opportunity to showcase her work at an annual UW System science symposium.
After working on it for 20 years, Brink will earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing from UW–Madison. “There was no way I was not going to finish that degree.”
Emily Schumacher graduated in 2010 and entered practice in an oncology, neurology, and neurosurgery unit at American Family Children’s Hospital. Three years later, she enrolled part-time in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program, which she will complete this spring. “I found what I was supposed to do. It was nursing,” she says. “It was a combination of all the things I love.”
STREAM is a program in the UW-Madison School of Nursing designed to help Native American students attain their goal of becoming professional nurses. STREAM students will receive peer support, mentorship, academic and financial support.
Nursing students head to one of Africa’s smallest nations for a big-impact experience in global health.
Gwen P. Shapiro Rural Wisconsin Nursing Scholarship supports BSN student McKenzie Capouch to pursue her passion.
BSN student Ummulkhair Drammeh talks about studying at UW–Madison alongside her adult children and how her unique perspectives inform her work.