An alumna explains that pursuing your education is possible despite family and work commitments.
January 01 2013
An alumnus gives you the tools to assess your life.
Dr. Kenneth D. Allen ’11 is on a mission to research and create support systems for GLBTQ youth across the country.
School nurses do much more than wrap wounds and treat colds—and Tia Campbell ’08 is helping them transform their roles.
An M.S. in Mental Health Counseling degree opens a range of opportunities for graduates.
The School of Health Sciences and the School of Psychology faculty member explains how life as an addiction therapist informs her work at Walden.
Four Walden graduates share how they’ve reinvented their careers to become social change agents in their schools, businesses, and communities.
One alumna takes learning beyond the classroom.
Divia Forbes ’11 explains how she balanced her family life, career, and education.
Dr. Patrick Burtch ’11 explains how mentoring fuels his professional work and furthers his mentees’ studies.
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