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January 01, 2014
At work and in the community, alumni are making an impact—and finding meaning—by mentoring. Here, three alumni share lessons you can apply to your own life.
Paul Rusesabagina shares what the Rwandan genocide taught him and how anyone can effect positive social change for an entire community.
Judith L. Fitzgerald shares why it is so important to serve as a mentor to her students.
An M.D. explains why he’s now pursuing his Ph.D. to further his international career.
An alumna explains how her master’s helped her excel in her career.
Michele Mailhot gives students an astronaut’s view of Earth to bring math to life in the classroom.
An alumnus shares how the leadership skills he learned at Walden equipped him to manage an oil project.
Dr. Christopher Arori explains how his upbringing in Kenya influenced him to open a college for the fast-growing healthcare field in North Carolina.
Dr. Linda Moerschell shares how staying connected with faculty has furthered her research.
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