S amirah Akhlaq always understood the value of education, but moving from country to country made it extremely difficult for her to complete a degree. She demonstrated a passion for teaching on several continents, but lacked the license she needed to build a career. Growing up in Pakistan, Samirah chose

The WGU Library has recently expanded our collections to include a number of popular and scholarly magazines, which students and faculty can access using the link below. Browse magazines » Using the Flipster app for offline access » Available titles include: Alternative Medicine Magazine AppleMagazine ARTnews The Atlantic Consumer Reports

By Nana Morrison M.S. Management and Leadership Graduate , 2016 When I started writing this piece of advice, I was at the finishing line of my graduate program. As compared to my undergraduate days, my thought process has been transformed, which has made a difference in the way I saw

By Kristi Geddes WGU MSN–Education Graduate #10 — They truly value your experience. Competency-based learning is amazing. In one of my courses, I needed to learn and write about transitioning to an all-inclusive electronic medical record. We had just barely done this at my place of employment! I still read

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