The School of Nursing is dedicated to empowering its students to develop and foster a global perspective, and to understand how the work they do in their community has the ability to enhance lives around the world.
Meet UMSN’s First Peace Corps Returnee Coverdell Fellow, Clara Julien
The School of Nursing is dedicated to graduating nursing professionals who are leaders in health care. Our graduates and faculty are truly the “leaders and best” and hold impressive positions locally, regionally, and around the world.
U-M’s Chief Nursing Informatics Officer (CNIO) Marna Flaherty-Robb, is a partner in education and progress.
The School of Nursing is recognized around the world as an institution at the forefront of powerful new discoveries that improve health care and enhance the treatment and lives of patients every day.
Dr. Janet Larson’s research helps people with chronic lung disease enjoy more active lives.
The School of Nursing impacts the lives of health care providers and patients in real, meaningful ways every day through our commitment to enhancing care and evolving the field through powerful research.
Through the intersection of clinical practice and science, Dr. Marita Titler challenges traditional methods to improve patient care.
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Nursing students are encouraged to apply for a U-M Alumnae Council Scholarship.
Current sophomores and juniors are invited to attend a Hillman Scholars program informational session.