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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.
We spoke with Andrea about her life, her incredible efforts to help families experiencing the unique challenge of coping with congenital heart defects (CHD)—and how her degree from Walden helped change her world.
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.
We talked to Jennifer about how her professional life has changed since earning her degree from Walden. Change that goes beyond simply attaining a new qualification to change that makes a real and positive difference in her community.
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.
Dr. Elizabeth Moxley-Paquette received this award for her research about how children learn.
Dr. Gary J. Burkholder received this award for supporting Dr. Elizabeth Moxley-Paquette’s dissertation research about how children learn.
A commitment to excellence drives these faculty members to support their students.
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