Shoshoni Man Named Wyoming History Teacher of the Year
The Ranger (Fremont County, Wyoming), June 5, 2014
Max Mills, a Walden M.S. in Education graduate, has been named the 2014 Wyoming History Teacher of the Year.
Appel Farm Names Cori Ann Solomon as New Executive Director
South Jersey Times, June 4, 2014
Cori Ann Solomon, a Walden M.S. in Education graduate, is the new executive director of Appel Farm Arts and Music Center.
Crowder College Welcomes New President
Ozarks First, June 3, 2014
Jennifer Methvin, a Walden Ph.D. in Education graduate, is the new president of Crowder College in Neosho, Missouri.
Special Delivery: Covenant Honors Wittig
The News-Gazette (Ill.), May 27, 2014
Cristy Wittig, a Walden Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) graduate, was honored with a clinical excellence award by Presence Covenant Medical Center.
Katie Moratti Joins Borgess Cardiology Group
Second Wave (Southwest Michigan), May 15, 2014
Katie Moratti, a Walden Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) graduate, is the new adult-gerontology acute nurse practitioner at Borgess Cardiology Group.
Hurley Named New Principal
The Montana Standard, May 14, 2014
Tammy Hurley, a Walden M.S. in Education (M.S.Ed.) graduate, has been chosen as the new principal of Fred Moodry Middle School in Anaconda, Mont.
From his Miramar home, businessman runs plastic factories—across the world in his native Nigeria
Miami Herald, April 20, 2014
Austin Onyejiaka, a Walden M.S. in System’s Engineering graduate, runs three plastic factories in Nigeria, employing about 50 workers, from his home in Florida.
Dougherty County Teacher of The Year Finalist Yolanda Bryant Says Teaching Is Her Destiny
Albany Herald, April 11, 2014
Yolanda Bryant, a Walden M.S. in Education graduate and a teacher at Lamar Reese Magnet School for the Arts, is one of eight finalists for the 2014-15 Dougherty County School System Teacher of the Year Award.
Teachers of the year in St. Charles are honored
The Times-Picayune, April 4, 2014
JulieAnna Smith, a Walden M.S. in Psychology graduate and seventh-grade reading teacher at Harry Hurst Middle in Destrehan, Louisiana, was named teacher of the year.
Hingham Supt. of Schools Galo: 50 Years of service
The Hingham Journal (Massachusetts), April 3, 2014
Dorothy Galo, a Walden Ph.D. in Education graduate and superintendent of schools for Hingham Massachusetts, looks back on her 50-year career.
Algonac Hires John Strycker as Superintendent
The Times Herald (Michigan), April 3, 2014
John Strycker, a Walden Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) graduate, will become superintendent of Algonac Community Schools in Clay, Mich.
Common Core Tests
The Journal News (New York), April 2, 2014
Joseph L. Ricca Jr., a Walden Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) graduate and superintendent of the Elmsford school district in New York, talks about Common Core-based standardized testing in his district.
Australian Educator Picked to Head HCC's Kona Center
Big Island Now (Hawaii), March 17, 2014
Dr. Kenneth "Marty" Fletcher, a Walden Ph.D. in Education graduate, was named director of the University of Hawai'i Center, West Hawaii.
Sonoran Living Live Honors Black History Month by Honoring Laura Bulluck
ABC 15 Arizona, February 28
Laura Bulluck, a Walden M.S. in Nonprofit Management and Leadership graduate, is founder and CEO of Hope's Crossing, a community-based nonprofit organization that helps women transition back into their communities after incarceration.
Board Taps Fletcher for UH Center at West Hawaii Director’s Post
Hawaii Tribune-Herald, February 22, 2014
Dr. Kenneth “Marty” Fletcher, a Walden Ph.D. in Education graduate, is the new director of the University of Hawaii Center at West Hawaii.
Milligan Professor to Present Lecture on Health Research in Alaska
News Channel 11 (Tennessee), February 19, 2014
Dr. Amy Swango-Wilson, a Walden Ph.D. in Health Services graduate, will present "Agreement Between Self-Report and Medical Record Prevalence of 16 Chronic Conditions in the Alaska EARTH Study."
Crowder College Names New President
Joplin Independent, February 17, 2014
Dr. Jennifer Methvin, a Walden Ph.D. in Education graduate, is the new president of Crowder College in Neosho, Mo
Salisbury Has New Assistant City Administrator
DelMarvaNow.com, January 28, 2014
Terence Arrington, a Walden Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) graduate, is the new assistant city administrator of Salisbury, Md.