For National Nurses Week 2016, we spoke with three of the thousands of outstanding leaders who earned their degrees at WGU and are making a difference through their work in the healthcare industry today. We chatted with them about the challenges and joys of their jobs, the state of the

“Improving Understanding of the Community Care Programs for Veterans and Their Caregivers” Capstone Project by Gianna Bleyer, M.S. Nursing–Leadership and Management Effective written and verbal communication is a universal skill every professional should put effort into developing, whether you’re in an entry-level or management role. Gianna Bleyer’s capstone project for

WGU Night Owl nurses serve many different types of roles in their places of work—whether that be a hospital, school, treatment or care center, or ‘telehealthing’ from home. As part of National Nurses Week, we wanted to take a look at the diversity of nursing roles that exist out there,

Amaechi “George” Ozor grew up in Nigeria surrounded by family, but his parents always planned to send him to the U.S. for college to study environmental science. At the time, Nigeria was just beginning to realize the importance of taking care of the environment and had established a new ministry

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