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New faces, new roles aplenty in UW Oshkosh College of Nursing

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s College of Nursing (CON) begins the 2022-23 academic year with several new faces, including Dean Seon Yoon Chung, who began July 1 following a nationwide search. Read more…

Message from the Dean

Seon Yoon Chung, Dean

“I am honored to work alongside remarkable individuals who share a vision of preparing a diverse population of scholarly nurse leaders who will revolutionize healthcare through service, innovation and excellence in clinical practice.”

Read the Dean’s message

News & Notes: What’s new in the College of Nursing?

Updates include work by the Doug and Carla Salmon Foundation, Research in the Rotunda, three alumni honored with Nightingale Awards, and capstone project presentations.

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UW Oshkosh graduates taking nursing to the highest level

Why did Brianna Klotz decide to pursue a Doctor of Nursing Practice? It’s simple: She wanted to maximize her ability to help people.

Read more about our grads

Training a ‘worldwide workforce’: Professor has cultural perspective in nursing

A mixture of serendipity and life experience has shaped Maria Graf’s path as a student, staff member and now assistant nursing professor and researcher with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.

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Co-workers establish new nursing scholarship to honor retiring professor

A retirement party resulted in a “huge surprise”—a named scholarship honoring Titan X 2 alumni employee Patricia “Patti” (Knier) Vanderloop, who ended her career in June just shy of 30 years with the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s College of Nursing.

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Points of Pride



Admission into MSN Nurse Educator program is up 360% for fall 2022

Spring whitecoat ceremony was viewed in 20 states and the Dominican Republic

CON ranks in the 97th percentile of U.S. nursing schools by Nursing Schools Almanac

Our Accelerated BSN program ranks as the best online BSN program in the state by

Five years of being named one of the nation’s best schools for men in nursing by the American Association for Men in Nursing with UWO’s Great Lakes AAMN chapter named 2022 Chapter of the Year


The spring 2022 DNP-NA graduates attained a 100% first-time national certification exam pass rate