School of Nursing - University of Washington
The University of Washington School of Nursing has more than 600 students, including 400 graduate students; 115 tenured faculty, research faculty and instructors; over 600 clinical faculty; and 42 adjunct and affiliate faculty. It has received top ranking nationwide in all surveys of schools of nursing conducted since 1984. This distinction is based on faculty excellence and productivity, quality of graduates, and school leadership.
The School of Nursing is an integral part of the Warren G. Magnuson Health Sciences Center, along with the following schools:
The Health Sciences Library and five research and training centers and institutes (Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Institute, Center on Human Development and Disability, Center for Research in Oral Biology, Northwest Regional Primate Center, and Institute on Aging) share a vital partnership with the academic programs of the Health Sciences Center.