Remember that Walden’s Title IV Code is 025042.
Awards of $5,000 and $2,500 support students who are applying ideas and actions to improve human and social conditions.
June 01, 2008
Recipients’ public service interests include educating parents of at-risk children, increasing information sharing in public policy, and improving public health in Nepal.
In public policy and public health, three scholarship recipients are making a difference across the United States.
March 01, 2008
Ph.D. in Education student Michelle McCabe Trofort will use her research funding to improve the practices of elementary school math teachers.
From creating opportunities for underprivileged children to conducting epidemiological research with the World Health Organization, scholarship recipients are effecting positive social change.
December 01, 2007
Recipients’ public service interests include juvenile justice advocacy, evidence-based mental health treatment and providing community health assessments for the underserved.
June 01, 2007
Recipients are serving nationally—from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to the Department of Homeland Security.
A U.S. Coast Guard commander is examining the effectiveness of contemporary maritime policies.
Ed.D. student Kay Lehmann will focus on how personality type affects online learner satisfaction.
March 01, 2007
The first recipients of this Walden scholarship are leading social change issues that benefit students, clergy and ex-offenders.
December 01, 2006
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