The purpose of this event is to provide prospective students the opportunity to interact with faculty, alumni, and enrollment specialists to learn more about the benefits of being a Walden student.
The event will include a video of Walden's 50th Commencement celebration and a discussion with faculty, alumni and enrollment. This is an opportunity to learn more about the student experience, the benefits of being a Walden student, what the enrollment process entails, and what options are available for starting classes.
Learn about the various forms of trauma, their after effects, the process for getting to posttraumatic growth, and the potential for creating an even more meaningful life can change your life. Research shows that a person’s mental state prior to experiencing a seismic traumatic event could affect how the event is experienced. For anyone who has yet to experience a major trauma in their life, learning how to mitigate the psychological damage and move forward with positive growth may serve to inoculate against the most severe outcomes of trauma.
Faculties from the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership and the College of Management and Technology have an open discussion about the impact of the current times, extra responsibilities due to it, and how to manage and excel wearing multiple hats. After the open discussion, we transition into CMT certificates, their benefits, and how it ties back to teaching.
The job market is often daunting and require individuals to have a diverse set of skills early in their career. Proficiency of statistical software and certification is an important way that students and recent graduates can expand their skillset. In this talk, the presenter will provide strategies through which individuals can expand their analytics skillset from the comfort of their homes, beyond which has been included in the course curricula. Through live demonstrations, the presenter will show how statistical software like SAS and R can be used to conduct analyses similar to SPSS.