Spotlight on Walden

Spotlight on Walden

  • Gary Kelsey
    Posted on November 26, 2012

    Walden faculty member Dr. Gary Kelsey offers valuable advice for anyone interested in promoting social change through a new nonprofit organization.

  • Steven Little
    Posted on November 13, 2012
    Walden contributing faculty member Dr. Steven Little shares his expertise in helping children cope with and recover from the trauma that occurs when disaster strikes a community.
  • Dr. Bethe Hagens
    Posted on October 19, 2012

    Walden faculty member Dr. Beth Hagens discovers how a community cleanup can bring neighbors together.

  • Katie Shulz-Ditchen (second from left)
    Posted on September 26, 2012

    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.

  • Tiffany Rush Wilson
    Posted on September 17, 2012

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

  • 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.

  • William Schulz III
    Posted on July 25, 2012

    What’s the difference between an MBA, EMBA, and MS in Management? Dr. William Schulz III of Walden’s School of Management explains how to choose the program that best meets your needs.

  • 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.

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