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School of Nursing Graduates 107 Bachelor of Science Students, Honors 91 Master’s and Doctoral Candidates

For the first time since 2019, UConn School of Nursing held its May commencement ceremony at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts

Sharon Casavant

Nurse Researcher Receives $15,000 Grant from UConn InCHIP to Investigate Inherited Stress in Black Mothers and Preterm Infants

The two-year award will allow Sharon Casavant to examine perceived discrimination, neighborhood vulnerability, and stress among 35 mother-infant pairs

Portraits of Carol Polifroni and Thomas Long

Carol Polifroni and Thomas Long to Retire from UConn School of Nursing

The School will celebrate the faculty members' decades of service at a virtual event on April 20

Storrs Hall is seen from the opposite side of Swan Lake.

UConn School of Nursing Master’s and DNP Programs Among the Top 5 in New England

U.S. News & World Report ranks the School as No. 34 among nursing master’s programs and No. 40 among DNP programs across the country

School of Nursing Faculty Member Selected for Federal Medicare Advisory Committee

Joy Elwell is one of 100 experts across the country who advise the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on what should be covered under the national health insurance program

Adult holds infant

UConn Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Master’s Program Celebrates 10 Years of Online Learning and a Top 10 National Ranking

The program was on the brink of closing, but is now one of the five largest neonatal programs in the country

School of Nursing Sees 25% Increase in Undergraduate Applications Since the Start of the Pandemic

The School received 2,497 applications for its Class of 2026

Eileen Condon

Nurse Researcher Receives Health Equity Research Award

Eileen Condon is one of five recipients of Yale School of Medicine’s inaugural Office of Health Equity Research (OHER) Awards for Yale Research Excellence

Storrs Hall

School of Nursing Ranks Among Top 10 Online Master’s Programs for 2022

U.S. News & World Report placed the School as No. 8 in online nursing master's programs around the country, and first among such programs in New England.

A group of graduates pose for a photo

School of Nursing Celebrates 132 Certificate Entry Into Nursing Program Graduates

The one-year accelerated program is designed for students who hold a bachelor’s degree in another field, but wish to pursue a career in nursing