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During our conversation, Mark told us how social inequality—experienced on a personal level—spurred him to take action. Through his studies at Walden, he became empowered with the knowledge he needed to work toward addressing this imbalance.
April 09, 2014
Melissa’s work is simply awe-inspiring. By developing a cancer screening program for those who have little or no access to healthcare technology, Melissa is changing lives on a daily basis. We caught up with her as she began her day.
Paul—who has earned his undergraduate and master’s degrees from Walden—believes in seeing the “possibilities.” From a recent promotion at work to his care for the environment and a commitment to the greater good, Paul has instigated change in every area of his professional life. We spoke with Paul about a world of possibilities and how these opportunities guide him.
Recipient Dr. Angela Witt Prehn shares why she urges students to connect in the classroom and continue to effect change as scholar-practitioners long after graduation.
January 31, 2014
Dr. Gary J. Burkholder received this award for supporting Dr. Elizabeth Moxley-Paquette’s dissertation research about how children learn.
January 21, 2014
A commitment to excellence drives these faculty members to support their students.
Dr. Elizabeth Moxley-Paquette received this award for her research about how children learn.
Dr. Krista K. Laursen ’13 identified strategies to combat Medicaid fraud and abuse—and discovered management techniques that apply to her role as a scientist and COO.
January 14, 2014
Faculty member Dr. Kenneth D. Gossett reflects on mentoring Dr. Krista K. Laursen and the development of her doctoral study.
Dr. Christopher Arori explains how his upbringing in Kenya influenced him to open a college for the fast-growing healthcare field in North Carolina.
January 01, 2014
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