The Center for Social Change would like to congratulate Dr. Nguh, a Walden Alumnus and faculty in the School of Nursing, for his continued dedication to leading action in helping women around the world achieve better maternal and reproductive health outcomes!
We'd like to congratulate Walden's Richard Jimenez, Social Change Fellow and Core faculty member, for his 2017-2018 David A. Wilson Award in Teaching and Excellence, as recognized by Laureate Education!
Richard's work, "Lived Experiences, Perceptions and Expectations of Asian and Latino/a Online Doctoral Students" is the basis for this award. Visit here to see all the winners.
Are you passionate about a social change issue but unsure how to translate that passion into a research topic? Are you approaching your capstone without a clear topic in place? Or perhaps you would like to practice being more objective in your research and writing. CAEX 6100: Critical Thinking for Social Change is a new course launching for quarter students on February 26th.
See the Documentary Trailer Here
Walden's Dr. Patty Costello publishes social change related children's book, Catalina and the King's Wall with Eifrig Publishing
Grants will be awarded to applicants whose outstanding proposals reflect the university’s mission to foster social change through research and the education of scholar-practitioners, as well as Walden’s determination to uniquely effect positive social change worldwide.
On January 22, 2018, Walden University was officially recertified as a Certified B-Corp™ by the non-profit B-Lab®, demonstrating our commitment to transforming the world through education.
Laureate was named a “B Corp MVP” for 2017 by B Lab, the independent non-profit that certifies companies committed to using business as a force for good in the world.
In January 2018, Laureate and Walden University were re-certified by B Lab, which occurs as part of a rigorous process every two years.
Using Your Skills for Social Change conference on Thursday, October 4, 2018
Our Using Your Skills for Social Change conference will feature four sessions co-presented by Walden students and faculty. Dr. Bill Schulz, Founding Director of the Center for Social Change, will moderate discussion at the sessions, which include:
Presented by Athea Vanzant, Alvenetta Wilson, and Dr. Tina Pitt, COEL
Presented by Michelle Vincent, Michael Smith, and Dr. Kimberley Cox, CSBS
Presented by Suzanne Rackl and Dr. William Benet, CSBS
Presented by Elizabeth Rodano, Dr. Donna Brackin, and Dr. Rebecca Curtis, COEL
Register now on the conference website to attend. The conference is online, free, and open to all Walden students, faculty, and staff. Contact AcademicSkills@mail.waldenu.edu if you have questions. We look forward to seeing you at the conference!