The keynote speaker at Walden University’s commencement in Minneapolis inspired attendees to act.
January 01 2012
Alumnus Dr. Gary Bickford ’97 reconnected with Walden to further his own mission, only to discover how he could help other students and alumni pursue their own.
From teaching fifth-graders in Florida to traveling on missions to Africa, Jill Bastian ’11 feels compelled to act wherever she goes.
Nontombi Naomi Tutu, daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, explains how her childhood taught her to see our innate differences as assets—not walls that divide us.
Cynthia J. Hickman ’09, a career nurse, hopes to improve lives in her community by mentoring aspiring nurses and opening clinics that offer preventive care and patient education.
Three Walden alumni, one in administration and two in union leadership, worked together to overcome a budget deficit and improve student learning.
One alumna explains how Walden helped her become an open-minded clinician.
A B.S. in Communication faculty member explains why he established the Tenio Natural Reserve in Chile.
Self-publishing can empower authors, says Eric Beebe ’07. He plans to give the industry—and its business practices—a makeover through Bee Squared Publishing.
Walden University student and lifelong learner explains how completing his practicum at the National Cancer Institute impacted his career.
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