School of Nursing

UConn Nursing Students at UConn Bound Day 2024.

School of Nursing Sees 32% Increase in Undergraduate Applications Since the Last Year Amidst a National Nursing Shortage

The UConn School of Nursing received 3,800 applications for its Class of 2028.

An aerial view of students wearing cap and gown posing for Commencement photos at the gateway sign

UConn Celebrates Promotion and Tenure of 91 Faculty

Evaluations for promotion, tenure, and reappointment apply the highest standards of professional achievement in scholarship, teaching, and service for each faculty member evaluated

Closeup of a woman sleeping.

Researchers Look at Sleep Quality in Black and Hispanic Women of Childbearing Age

The research will serve as the foundation for future health promotion programs to address sleep quality

Thomas Long, professor emeritus in the School of Nursing, has donated more than a dozen 19th century books to the UConn Library and Archives & Special Collections.

19th Century Commonplace Books Show What Was Read and Loved; Poetry as Lived Experience

'The hunt for hidden meanings gives most of us a headache. Why not look at poetry just for pleasure?'

Nursing State CT Representatives visit School of Nursing.

Exploring Career Pathways and Leadership Opportunities in Nursing

UConn School of Nursing Hosts State of Connecticut Executives.

A group of UConn Nursing students hold up red paper hearts for Heart Health Awareness Month.

Heart Health Research Thrives in School of Nursing

UConn’s School of Nursing faculty and students are addressing heart health from many perspectives

UConn Students receive a copy of the book Take My Hand from Dean Dickson.

‘Take my Hand’: A Gift to Encourage Health Equity in Nursing

UConn Nursing alumna Lisa-Marie W. Griffiths donated over 200 books of the powerful "Take My Hand" to UConn nursing seniors.

A view of the School of Nursing with Wilbur Cross in the background.

UConn Nursing in the Top 10 of National Online Programs

U.S. News & World Report placed the School as No. 8 in online nursing master's programs around the country, moving up 10 spots from last year, and first among such programs in New England.

Kimberly Rosado '24 poses for a photo in the Widmer Wing of Storrs Hall

Withered Flowers: UConn Nursing Student Travels 3,000 Miles to Document an Epidemic of Underage Pregnancy

'I just want to advocate and create a positive social change in society'

A woman sitting on the edge of her bed, feeling unwell, while her partner sleeps behind her.

More than Morning Sickness: UConn Researcher Studies Hyperemesis Gravidarum Survivor Stories

'Our patients are so complex that to really understand whatever the topic is you are researching, you need both quantitative and qualitative together to really give you the complete picture'