The purpose of the Walden Commitment to Social Change Award is to recognize exemplary social change activities employees are engaged in, both within and outside of the university, that exemplify Walden University’s mission of positive social change.
During Walden's July 2017 National Faculty Meeting and Commencement, doctor Mahaman Moussa, a member of Walden’s School of Nursing faculty was recognized for his dedication and time in providing free-clinic services for the medically underserved in North Carolina and for his leadership and actions in building the Raouda Medical Center in Tahoua, Niger, where he currently serves as President and CEO.
Past Winners of the Walden Commitment to Social Change Award
2015 (First Recipients)
Since 2001, Walden has recognized the achievements of our graduates through the Outstanding Alumni Award. This honor is given each year to one alum who exemplifies Walden’s mission to effect positive social change through contributions to his or her profession, discipline, or community.
Walden University is proud to be a part of the Laureate International Universities Network, and we are fully aligned to support our shared mission to be “Here for Good”.