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CAEX Faculty:
Kathryn Peper, MA


Kathryn Peper

About Me

Research Interests: Experiential learning; using personality and strength assessments to evaluate career choice and market to employers

Social Change Interests: Using internships and experiential learning to give students a level playing field

Joined Walden: December 2014

Location: Minnesota

About Kathryn: I am the Internship Advisor in Walden’s Career Services Center helping to develop, manage, and teach the optional internship courses. I have also taught courses in career management online with Globe University and Introduction to the University courses in person at the University of Memphis. Outside of Walden, I enjoy spending time with my family. 

Courses Taught

My Advice to Walden Students

Start your program with short term goals and long term goals. Short term goals could be completing assignments on time.
Long term goals should be focused on where your degrees could lead you and how to get there.

My Experience as a Walden Student

My experience as a Walden student has been a lot of fun and insightful. It also helps me relate to my students more.

My Role as a Teacher

Why I enjoy teaching at Walden:

I enjoy teaching because it gives me a chance to learn more about students’ experiences.

What students can expect from me as a teacher:

As an instructor, students can expect that I will ask them questions about their experiential learning, and how it will benefit them in the long term. 

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