Why hyper-realistic mannequins are better than textbooks and tests.
July 01 2011
Willie F. Jones ’11 is leveraging the skills he’s learned at Walden to grow a multimillion dollar technology business that helps college interns get the real-life experience they need.
Two Walden faculty members weigh in on their time in Qatar.
One degree opens a range of opportunities for graduates.
Psychotherapy patients with hearing impairments aren’t improving as well as their counterparts. Dr. Amy Storch ’10, Ph.D. in Psychology, is on a mission to change that.
The Honorary Chancellor of Laureate International Universities addresses recent Walden University graduates.
Walden awarded four full-tuition scholarships to international educators who demonstrate it’s essential to use technology in the classroom.
May 27 2011
The Walden University community mourns the loss of Heidi Magoon Connor, a dedicated Ph.D. in Education student and educator who founded the Walden chapter of Alpha Epsilon Xi.
Get inspired to complete your degree by reading about M.B.A. graduate Kim Coffey ’10, a former Army sergeant who overcome spousal abuse and homelessness to show her sons how important it is to finish what you start.
May 04 2011
After almost 60 years in radio broadcasting, Wendell Mayes Jr. is pursuing his doctoral degree to research how personal emotions affect business decisions.
April 06 2011
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