A January 2011 message from Walden’s Office of Alumni Relations.
January 01 2011
Christine Austin ’07 teaches middle school students that writing can empower them both in and outside the classroom.
A sample of volunteer service by the Walden community.
Walden University student and Commitment to Social Change scholarship winner Amanda Allalunis describes how her M.S. in Nonprofit Management and Leadership program is supporting her community-building effort in a rural New Mexico town.
Geography today is not your father’s geography.
Dr. Carl Eckrode ’10, Ph.D. in Public Health, wanted to know why so many people were dying from a common infection. Could it have been predicted?
One degree opens a range of opportunities for graduates.
Book recommendations from Walden’s chief academic officer.
Why volunteering is like dieting, how a for-profit mentality can sustain your social change mission, and other observations from social entrepreneur Blake Mycoskie.
State teachers of the year attending Walden tackle the toughest challenges.
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