Walden University Scholars of Change

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Walden University Scholars of Change

The Scholars of Change program began in 2009 when Walden University invited students and alumni to help bring the university’s social change mission to life by submitting short videos demonstrating how they were applying their Walden education and experiences to effect positive social change in their communities and around the globe. The videos demonstrate a learning experience that emphasizes Walden’s scholar-practitioner model, built on the belief that knowledge is most valuable when it is put to use in the interest of the greater good.

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Walden University Scholars of Change Demonstrate the Impact of Positive Social Change
Walden University 2014 Scholars of Change support Walden’s mission by putting their knowledge to use for the greater good. Watch their videos. 
Dec 30, 2014 10:00 AM ET
Voting Begins for Walden University’s 2014 Scholars of Change Video Contest
Walden University invites the the public to vote online for a favorite 2014 Scholar of Change video. The 177 videos can be viewed at www.WaldenU.edu/contest and voting ends Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014.
Sep 15, 2014 2:05 PM ET
2013 Scholar of Change: Bakali Mukasa
Born into an uneducated and improvised family with 18 siblings in a remote village in central Uganda, Bakali Mukasa's parents sturggled to sufficiently apply for the family's basic needs. As his siblings all dropped out of school, Bakali challenged himself to continue with education as he believed it was the pathway to a better future. At the age of 9, he walked five miles to and from farms to...
Dec 16, 2013 2:05 PM ET
2012 Scholar of Change: Ranin Soliman
Over the last 50 years, the application of health informatics and research has been one of the most important factors in measuring outcomes of care for cancer patients. However, in developing countries like Egypt, data capture is difficult due to vast population numbers, lack of accurate medical records and insufficient knowledge. Therefore, there are deficits in data capture, outcome...
Dec 4, 2012 10:30 AM ET
2009 Scholar of Change: Mary Morrissey-Ross
After the opportunity arose for Mary Morrissey-Ross, a nurse and Ph.D. in Public Health student at Walden University, to accompany her 13-year-old son to Africa, Mary’s life’s work took on a different meaning. After meeting people in Senegal who confirmed...
Nov 9, 2011 9:30 AM ET