Spotlight on Walden // May 12, 2020
Rachel Colletta, an RN-BSN graduate and MBA student, shares how she opened a world of new opportunity at age 50 that let her find her dream nursing job.
Spotlight on Walden // Apr 29, 2020
Using LEGO Robotics to Increase Minority Representation in STEAM
Eric Brosch, executive director of communications at Walden University, is part of a team that is developing and testing a curriculum using LEGO robots to inspire minority girls.
Spotlight on Walden // Apr 06, 2020
Stopping an Outbreak
Dr. Aimee Ferraro, epidemiologist and senior core faculty member in Walden’s Master of Public Health program, discusses the importance of public health during pandemics like the novel coronavirus.
Spotlight on Walden // Mar 10, 2020
Building Relationships to Impact those In Need
Dr. Debbie Rice, academic coordinator for Walden University’s Doctor of Social Work program, shines a light on the impact a social worker can make.
Spotlight on Walden // Feb 20, 2020
Recognizing Black History Month and Diverse Role Models in School
Dr. Cassandra Holifield, faculty member for the Master of Arts in Teaching program, emphasizes the significance of showcasing black excellence in curriculums throughout the school year.
Spotlight on Walden // Feb 14, 2020
Walden Fireside Chat with Dr. Sonja Santelises
Walden University Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Dr. Denise Boston sat down with Baltimore City Public Schools CEO Dr. Sonja Santelises to discuss their careers in education and experience in working with diverse student populations.
Spotlight on Walden // Nov 25, 2019
Budgeting Tips for the Holidays
Dr. Bob Castaneda, program director for the BS and MS in Accounting and MS in Finance programs, shares advice on how to shop smart while sticking to your budget this holiday season.
Spotlight on Walden // Nov 11, 2019
The Healing Power of Music
Jason Hanna, a PhD in Psychology student and MS in Psychology graduate, uses his passion for singing and experience in the military to examine the healing power of music to address post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Spotlight on Walden // Jul 23, 2019
Walden Fireside Chat with Dr. Ernest Grant
Dr. Andrea Lindell, Walden University’s vice provost of the College of Health Sciences and dean of the School of Nursing, sat down with Dr. Ernest Grant, the 36th president of the American Nurses Association, to discuss the profession of nursing.
Spotlight on Walden // May 06, 2019
Helping Teachers and Parents Educate Children with Special Needs
Lifelong learner Dr. Christie Elam, an EdD and MSEd graduate, shares how the lack of special education resources for general education teachers inspired her to become an entrepreneur.