Remember that Walden’s Title IV Code is 025042.
Three master’s program graduates continue their commitment to public service through their professional and volunteer work while pursuing doctoral degrees.
July 01, 2012
Dr. Ruth Stark ’88 offers a practical guide to teach anyone how to work in another country successfully.
Bachelor of Science degrees open a range of opportunities for graduates.
An alumnus urges you to explore what it means to be human.
Working on three degrees at Walden has not only helped André Lynch ’07 succeed in the business world, it has transformed him into a mentor.
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.
Why is psychology grad Michael Wayne Hubbell ’09 working at a nuclear power plant?
Walden University student David Solot reveals the rewards of empowering employees.
Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Leach ’10 trekked from rural Montana to Eastern Europe to advocate for victims of sex trafficking.
Jasmine Anderson ’12 knows all too well the misperceptions about people with disabilities—that’s why she’s launched a nonprofit to educate adults and children alike.
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