School of Nursing (University of Michigan) Records and Publications
The materials in this Deep Blue collection form part of a larger record group for the University of Michigan School of nursing held by the Bentley Historical Library. For a more complete index of archival materials related to the School of Nursing, please consult the following online finding aids:
- School of Nursing (University of Michigan) Records
- School of Nursing (University of Michigan) Publications
Researchers may also be interested in related content found in the University of Michigan Web Archives:
- School of Nursing (University of Michigan) Web Archives
- Related resources: curricula, degree requirements, research projects, student groups, centers and institutes
For more information or assistance, please contact Reference and Access Services at the Bentley Historical Library.
Established in 1891 as the University of Michigan Training School for Nurses, the School of Nursing offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees and continuing education in nursing specializations including medical-surgical nursing, psychiatric mental health nursing, and nursing administration. The materials in this online collection include archived versions of the School's website.
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