• Meet a Graduate: Dr. Kelly Wheeler, Ph.D. in Public Health

    A graduate perseveres to overcome her own health condition, earns two Walden degrees, and commits to improving the lives of children and adults with facial deformities.

    August 02, 2013

    Kelly Wheeler spoke at the Society for Public Health Education Annual Meeting.
  • Advocating for All People Through Social Work

    Dr. Sally Brocksen, a faculty member with a key role in developing Walden’s Master of Social Work (MSW) program, describes how the degree helps professionals prepare for changes—and growth—in the field of social work.

    June 04, 2013

    Dr. Sally Brocksen
  • Positively Impacting the Full Community

    Physician Lisa Stevens applies the Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) she earned at Walden to her daily work at a health clinic, where her responsibilities include community outreach as well as medical care.

    April 03, 2013

    Lisa Stevens
  • The Business of Entrepreneurship

    Willie Jones shares some insights about entrepreneurship that his Walden degrees and founding a company have provided him.

    February 15, 2013

    Willie Jones
  • Meet a Graduate: Krystal Kirkland, M.P.H.

    Earning an M.P.H. brings this new graduate closer to several important personal goals: changing careers, fighting childhood obesity, and making a greater impact on our nation’s healthcare.

    January 16, 2013

    Krystal Kirkland
  • Proud to be a Volunteer

    On Walden’s Global Day of Service, Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) graduate Persephone Munnings shares her knowledge and expertise as a nurse to help reduce the impact of chronic diseases on the people of the Bahamas.

    December 07, 2012

    Persephone Munnings
  • Walden Students Share Insights From World Business Forum

    Students learn what it takes to be a successful leader in today’s global economy at a global business forum showcasing prominent experts in business, government, and media.

    October 15, 2012

    Walden Faculty and Students at WBF
  • Making a Difference for Educators

    Before she became a Walden graduate and teacher, Katie Schulz-Ditchen turned to a local women’s shelter for help. Now she’s introducing other women in difficult circumstances to the possibility of a teaching career.

    September 26, 2012

    Katie Shulz-Ditchen (second from left)
  • Overcoming Childhood Obesity

    Walden faculty member Dr. Tiffany Rush-Wilson explains what parents can do to help improve the eating habits and health of their children.

    September 17, 2012

    Tiffany Rush Wilson
  • Literacy: The Foundation of Learning

    Literacy expert and Walden faculty member Barbara Weschke discusses the tools teachers can use to help students demonstrate their reading comprehension and fluency.

    September 07, 2012

    Barbara Weschke
  • About Spotlight on Walden

    Spotlight on Walden is a collection of stories and insights from our students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Get to know the Walden community and see how they are making a difference. Share your story at mywaldenimpact@waldenu.edu.