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Take a look at our Resources and TipSheet for adjusting to distance learning.
Marquette Nurses -- Compassionate. Prepared. Making a Difference on the Frontlines.
Friday, May 15 -- 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. CT
Join College of Nursing dean, Dr. Janet Wessel Krejci, along with clinical assistant professor, Dr. Madeline Schmidt, Nurs '01, Grad '03, Grad '17, to hear stories and heartwarming moments from alumni who are making a difference on heroic health care teams and in the lives of COVID-19 patients.
Register for this Beyond MU - Lifelong Learning webinar.
Read about a Marquette Nurse from the perspective of a patient, Judge Derek Mosley
Dr. Mauricio Garnier-Villareal is interviewed by Wisconsin Public Radio about understanding the COVID-19 infection trajectory data
World Health Assembly observes 2020 as International Year of the Nurse and Midwife
Nursing student inspired to pursue nursing degree
Maya Keesey, freshman Marquette nursing student, shares the story of how she was inspired by nurses during her own cancer battle to become a nurse
Dr. Christine Schindler quoted in Good Housekeeping about a shortage in school nurses.
College of Nursing receives more than $6.3 million from generous benefactors to support scholarships
Online MSN program ranked by U.S. News & World Report
US News & World Report released its 2020 “Best Online Masters in Nursing Programs” rankings and Marquette University is number 58, up from a rank of 116 in 2019. Marquette tied with two other schools for the 58th spot and is the highest Wisconsin program listed. In all, 188 schools were included for comparison.
Dr. Stacy Barnes received a $25,000 grant from Bader Philanthropies, Inc. to continue geriatric trainings in Wisconsin.
The 2020 Building Bridges Conference on May 8 has been cancelled.
Click here for audio of the recent event "Looking to 2020: Healthcare and Politics," sponsored by Marquette's College of Nursing.
Marquette Nursing Apparel Sale!
Dr. Dora Clayton-Jones interviewed about sickle cell awareness
The Marquette Method of Natural Family Planning mentioned in New York Times.
Dr. Jen Ohlendorf featured on Another Mother Runner website in a podcast about her research and running.
A research team of Marquette professors was honored with the Community Engaged Research Partnership Development Grant at the September 7, 2019 Sickle Cell Empowerment Conference.
Dr. Jill Guttormson, associate professor of nursing, is among the critical care nurses today who are less likely than 10 years ago to believe patients on mechanical ventilation need sedation.