Learn how one alumna tells the unique stories of an untapped gem.
July 01 2012
An alumnus urges you to explore what it means to be human.
Dr. Alexandria K. Osborne ’10 explains how she’s already used the skills she learned at Walden to benefit the members of her rural community in Tanzania, Africa.
April 01 2012
Ph.D. in Education student Sarah Abitbol was awarded a Walden fellowship for investigating how to improve learning processes in students with disabilities.
March 01 2012
Ph.D. student and fellowship recipient Alminda D’Agostino hopes to learn how healthcare management programs for Hispanics with congestive heart failure can improve through direct interviews.
Faculty member and fellowship recipient Dr. Kimberley Cox hopes to learn how peer mentorships positively impact student success and retention rates in an online learning environment.
Ph.D. student and master’s graduate John Barnette ’11 is already putting his knowledge to work to solve homelessness in Hawaii as the founder of Agape Housing Development.
Dr. Angela Prehn was awarded for supporting Dr. Christopher Hinnerichs’ research, which could positively impact public health initiatives.
February 01 2012
Dr. Christopher Hinnerichs was awarded for his research on influenza-like illness.
Recipient Dr. Kelley Jo Walters shares her thoughts on helping students develop a clear writing style and publish their work before graduating.
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