Spotlight on Walden

Spotlight on Walden

  • Dr. Deborah Ellis
    Posted on August 22, 2012

    A lifelong learner makes her parents proud and puts herself on track to become a hospital epidemiologist.

  • Morton Wagenfeld
    Posted on July 27, 2012

    As he retires from the School of Health Sciences, Dr. Morton Wagenfeld offers Walden students and faculty members parting words of advice about research projects.

  • Benjamin Banks and Wife
    Posted on July 12, 2012

    A Walden MPH graduate who contracted HIV as a young child grows up to become an ambassador for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

  • Dr. Richard Jimenez
    Posted on July 3, 2012

    A longtime HIV/AIDS education advocate and mentor to Walden doctoral students considers public perceptions and prevention of the disease.

  • Nathaniel Geyer
    Posted on April 10, 2012

    A Walden doctoral student demonstrates daily what adults with autism spectrum disorder can accomplish and makes educators and employers aware of their capabilities.

  • Jeff Lubsen
    Posted on March 30, 2012

    Representing Walden at the American Counseling Association conference expands an M.S. in Counseling student’s professional perspective and network.

  • Ronessa Strickland Roberts
    Posted on March 30, 2012

    A teen mother defies expectations to become a doctoral student and founds a nonprofit organization to combat poverty and discrimination in her community.

  • Shelley Armstrong
    Posted on February 20, 2012

    Dr. Shelley Armstrong, a Walden faculty member who has founded two running programs for kids in her community, shares helpful advice for living a heart-healthy lifestyle.

  • 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.