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The UNC School of Nursing offers a full complement of top-ranked programs for students at every stage of their nursing career. From our pre-licensure programs to Master’s, DNP, PhD, and post-degree opportunities, to a wide array of continuing education programs, Carolina Nursing excels at advancing the art and science of nursing care.

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We’re so proud of Associate Professor Jean Davison who received the 2018 Office of the Provost Engaged Scholarship Award for Engaged Teaching this week at an event hosted by the Carolina Center for Public Service! Dr. Davison was recognized for her great work teaching Carolina Nursing students about the health … Continued

Sincere thanks to Jane (BSN ’95) and Lucien (BA ’97, MBA ’03) Ellison who announced this morning that will match dollar for dollar up to $15,000 to support any fund at the School of Nursing in honor of #GiveUNC today! “Once you or a loved one needs a nurse, you begin to … Continued

Amy Hauser, BSN, MBA, MHA, RN, BEA-BC, has named the UNC School of Nursing as a beneficiary of her retirement accounts. With the funds, she has established The Amy Hauser School of Nursing Scholarship Endowment, which will provide financial support to undergraduate students at the School of Nursing. Hauser graduated … Continued

Carolina Nursing is delighted to announce that former US Secretary of Health and Human Services, Donna E. Shalala, Ph.D., will deliver our spring 2018 commencement address. Dr. Shalala requires little introduction. Though perhaps best known as the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services for eight years during the Clinton Administration, … Continued

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Local Focus, Global Impact

The School of Nursing was established at UNC in 1950 to help meet critical health needs facing the people of North Carolina. Today, more than six decades later, the health and well being of our fellow citizens remains our proud and primary focus.

But as we work to advance health care for our neighbors, the impact of that work is felt at points all over the globe. From our home on South Columbia Street, to Cambodia, to Cairo, Carolina Nursing is improving nursing education and health care all around the world.