From barriers to international entrepreneurship to counseling students’ self-awareness, Walden Faculty Research Initiative Grant recipients will investigate a range of issues.
January 11 2012
Months after completing his degree at Walden, one graduate is already making a difference for veterans.
M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology student Hollis Easter saved the funding for his not-for-profit—and was recognized by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology.
Seven new students are recognized for their missions to promote social change around the world.
From teaching fifth-graders in Florida to traveling on missions to Africa, Jill Bastian ’11 feels compelled to act wherever she goes.
January 01 2012
Nontombi Naomi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, explains how her childhood taught her to see our innate differences as assets—not walls that divide us.
The keynote speaker at Walden University’s commencement in Minneapolis inspired attendees to act.
Alumnus Dr. Gary Bickford ’97 reconnected with Walden to further his own mission, only to discover how he could help other students and alumni pursue their own.
One graduate explains how he promotes mental health through equine-assisted therapies.
Alumna Persephone Munnings ’10 leads a project in the Bahamas to promote health and awareness.
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