Nursing students are encouraged to write a note to the Class of 2074 to be included in the time capsule that will placed inside the School of Nursing’s new Cooper Hall on October 11th. The Time Capsule will be opened in 2074, the 150th anniversary of the UW School of Nursing. Blank cards will be available between October 4th and October 8th in the Ebling Library, Student Communications Room (K6/162), or the Academic Programs office (K6/146).
Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing…(This is not exhaustive, tell them what is important to you!)
Why did you chose to be a nurse or go to the UW School of Nursing?
What advice would you give the School of Nursing, Class of 2074?
Best thing about being a nurse in the 21st century? What would you like it to be?
What do you think nursing will be like 50 years from now?
What nursing specialty are you interested in and why?
What is a current nursing or healthcare issue that is affecting nursing now?
Perhaps most importantly: story or personal memory of the School of Nursing, student groups, activities, clinicals, or public service.
Write a note and drop into the box or bring it along with you to the “Time Capsule Party” on October 9th in HSLC 1345 from 11:30am-12:30pm. Watch “Studentnet” for more information or stop into K6/146 for more information! Thank you so much for your participation…see you at the Party…
Health Sciences Librarian
School of Nursing Liaison
Photo of 2nd year Nursing Student, Whitney Sterling (’14) by Ebling’s Amanda Lambert.