Creating Ripples of Change
Before her plenary speech in February, Paralympian, author, and advocate Dr. Anjali Forber-Pratt told Walden magazine how she was able to treat every obstacle as “an opportunity in disguise.”
Read her story in this inspiring interview.
The Art of Making Contact
Seven Walden graduates describe the networking techniques that helped them land career positions, expand their businesses, and enrich their professional lives.
Check out the article for practical tips and insights.
Making Walden a Family Affair
Maritza Soto ’93, Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management), felt strongly enough about her own experience at Walden to refer her son for undergraduate study.
Find out why in Walden magazine.
Walden's Support Reaches Kandahar
Dr. Xavier Bruce ’11, D.B.A., who survived rocket attacks in Kandahar, Afghanistan describes how his doctoral committee members supported him during the most nerve-wracking period of his life.
Learn what led Dr. Buce to refer his colleagues to Walden.
Gaining Confidence to Make a Difference
Robin Nauseef-Cataldo ’11, M.S. in Leadership, is trying to increase student achievement in her school district by creating a partnership among parents, educators, and other community members.
Learn why she credits Walden with making her believe she can make a difference.