One graduate shares his expertise.
July 01 2012
Andrea Koppel shares how she re-envisioned her long career as a journalist to support positive social change.
Walden University student David Solot reveals the rewards of empowering employees.
The School of Counseling and Social Service faculty member who retires this year explains his passion for social change.
The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership faculty member explains the finger flutings she studied in France.
Find out what it takes to land the position and thrive in it from Walden alumni.
Dr. Tererai Trent explains how she traveled from rural Zimbabwe to America to earn her bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate—with five children in tow—and transformed herself into an advocate.
Despite long shifts at a chemical plant, LaTunja Caster completed her degree to become an educator and safety representative.
One alumna explains how Walden helped her become a leader.
A July 2012 message from the president of Walden University.
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