Spotlight on Walden // Feb 22, 2021
Walden University Black faculty and staff highlight Black leaders who have impacted their professions.
Spotlight on Walden // Feb 15, 2021
Getting to the Root of Hair Discrimination
Tammy Jolivette, a PhD in Psychology student and an MS in Psychology graduate, is working to dismantle hair bias and its psychological impacts on the Black community.
Spotlight on Walden // Jan 28, 2021
Data Privacy Tips to Avoid COVID-19 Scams
Dr. Bob Duhainy, core faculty member for the Doctor of Information Technology program, discusses the proliferation of coronavirus-related cybercrimes and offers tips to stay safe.
Spotlight on Walden // Jan 20, 2021
Empowering Youth Through Mentorship
Robert Runk, an MS in Education graduate, was named the Baltimore County Public Schools Teacher of the Year to celebrate his work in mentoring and advocating for students.
Spotlight on Walden // Oct 28, 2020
Enhancing Nursing through Mentorship
Dr. Jennifer Glendening, a PhD in Nursing graduate, and Catherine Long, a Master of Science in Nursing graduate, are using mentorship to grow professionally and personally.
Spotlight on Walden // Jul 17, 2020
Meet a Graduate: Dr. JeFreda Brown
Dr. JeFreda Brown, a Doctor of Business Administration graduate, is helping women bridge the funding gap through financial literacy and business coaching.
Spotlight on Walden // Jun 30, 2020
Fireside Chat with Dr. Galen Duncan
Walden University President Dr. Ward Ulmer spoke with Kings Academy Vice President and Walden PhD in Health Psychology graduate Dr. Galen Duncan about the COVID-19 pandemic and importance of making positive social change a part of everyday life.
Spotlight on Walden // Jun 26, 2020
An Agent of Change
Dr. Genn Herley, a Walden PhD in Psychology graduate, launches TransNewYork to offer resources to the LGBTQIA+ community and increase acceptance of transgender individuals.
Spotlight on Walden // Jun 12, 2020
Battling the Mental Health Stigma
Dr. Tiffany Coleman, a Walden Master of Public Health and PhD of Public Health graduate, provides critical research and resources on the mental health support needed for African-American men.
Spotlight on Walden // May 27, 2020
Coping Techniques through Telecounseling
Dr. Rebecca Cowan, a board certified telemental health provider and core faculty member in Walden University’s Master of Clinical Mental Health Counseling program, explores the critical role of telecounseling and mental health support.