Articles from the Summer/Fall 2009 issue of our award-winning Walden alumni magazine.

Features

5 Ways to Publish Your Book
Which one is right for you?
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The Transgender Professional
Negotiating workplace settings in the gender continuum.
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Lifelong Learners

Native Care
Laura Ybarra goes to great depths to treat America’s most isolated patients.
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Against the Odds
Michael Cox beats mental illness through education and helping others.
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Alumni Insights

Starting Up
Dr. Lynn Allison on how to get a small business loan in tough economic times.
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Softening Up a Tough Audience
Kimberly Adame-Davis on how to be a dynamic presenter.
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For the Greater Good
Gray G. Davis on how to serve on a nonprofit board.
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Faculty Insights

Meet the Faculty
Dr. Sara Torres
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Faculty Q&A
Faculty award recipients on preparing students for a career in mental health.
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Inspiration

How I Did It
Fire chief Dr. Scott Kerwood prevailed through five hurricanes, one tropical storm, and countless floods.
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The Family Who Studies Together, Graduates Together
How three family members supported each other through their Walden journey.
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Why I Refer
Nancy Keenan, RN, on her Walden experience and how she shares it with others.
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Autism and Wrongful Exclusion
The recipient of the Outstanding Ed.D. Doctoral Study award shares three tips from her research.
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How to Overcome Cultural Obstacles
The recipient of the Frank Dilley Award for Outstanding Dissertation shares key takeaways from her research.
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Insights Into New Research
Poster session award recipients share research findings on grassroots schools and histoplasmosis.
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Recipient of the Outstanding Thesis Award
Watch a video of Robert E. Hoot presenting original research surrounding his thesis, Transpersonal Feelings of Environmental Interconnectedness and Environmental Behavior.
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