Spotlight on Walden

Spotlight on Walden

  • fresh vegetables
    Posted on August 18, 2016
    Walden faculty member Dr. Tim Radak and DNP student Catherine Murray share why it’s time to reduce the meat in our diets and start investigating the deliciousness that is plant-based eating.
  • Jessica Christensen
    Posted on August 3, 2016

    Scholars of Change recipient Jessica Christensen, who won her freedom from the Kingston Clan at age 15, shares why she’s pursuing her Master of Social Work at Walden to offer aid to others in Salt Lake City.

  • Why It’s Important to Focus on Wellness
    Posted on July 27, 2016

    Dr. Michelle Burcin, a program director in the School of Health Sciences, shares tips to help you find balance as a busy student.

  • Mark Henry
    Posted on July 12, 2016

    Dr. Mark Henry shares how he dedicated time to his DBA while balancing a busy career and his family.

  • Dr. Susan Bishop
    Posted on July 11, 2016

    Dr. Susan Bishop shares why it’s never too late to earn your degree and how to make it fit into any schedule.
  • Reshaping Fatherhood
    Posted on June 2, 2016

    Scholar of Change and PhD student Micah Griffin founded a nonprofit to improve the well-being of underserved communities by shaping and reinforcing the father’s role in the family.
  • Dr. Wayne Wallace
    Posted on April 4, 2016
    PhD in Psychology graduate Dr. Wayne Wallace examined how confirmation bias influences criminal investigations in his award-winning dissertation.
  • Dr. Wylie Tidwell III and his wife Kristin Tidwell
    Posted on March 11, 2016
    Dr. Wylie Tidwell III and Kristin Tidwell, both recent Walden University graduates, share how they supported one another while completing their degree programs.
  • About Spotlight on Walden

    Spotlight on Walden is a collection of stories and insights from our students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Get to know the Walden community and see how they are making a difference. Share your story at mywaldenimpact@waldenu.edu.