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Guest Blogger: Randall Frietzsche, B.S. Information Technology and M.S. Information Security and Assurance Randall Frietzsche is an alumni of WGU having graduated with a bachelor’s degree in IT and an M.S. in Information Security and Assurance. He has worked in information security for about fifteen years and is currently the
Guest blogger: Teresa Lubbers, Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education How often do we hear or use the phrase, “It is what it is”? I know I’ve used it at times when I can’t seem to explain an event, behavior or disappointment. But is that really true? Sure there are circumstances
Tap into the CareerWise Speaker Series! The CareerWise Speaker Series, brought to you by the WGU Career & Professional Development Center, enables you to tap into the advice, best practices, and tips of nearly 150 of the nation’s top career authors. This year, the series features 41 live lectures in
Student contributor: Bryan Billings Whether you are a new student at WGU or a seasoned pro, we can all relate to being the “new kid”. WGU student and IT professional, Bryan Billings, recently shared some sage advice for new students on a Facebook post and we thought we would share
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