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4/7/2014 3:02 pm

From K–12 education to healthcare, business to politics, and the arts to science to all other fields and facets of life, understanding and embracing individuals with autism and all across the neurodiversity spectrum is a goal worth striving for. At WGU, we will be joining the nation in celebrating Autism Awareness Month throughout April.

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3/7/2014 2:16 pm

While earning a degree will help you get your foot in the door, the average employer requires more from their staff. IT certifications are standard in many job descriptions, and earning yours in tandem with a degree is the best way to distinguish yourself in the job market. The certifications below are among the high-demand, high-paying IT specialties.

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2/19/2014 3:28 pm

As a registered nurse and former police officer, Teresa Bovia is no stranger to the role of caretaker. In addition to her work as a Student Mentor in the College of Health Professions, Teresa also gives back to her community with Joey’s Hope for Hungry Children, a Louisiana-based charity that aims to feed hungry school kids in New Orleans.

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2/5/2014 1:47 pm

Across the country, Night Owls are packing their bags, arranging pet-sitters, double-checking that they locked the door and turned off the stove, and heading out of town to take Atlanta by storm. And when they arrive in ATL, they’ll be part of the biggest contingent of Night Owls ever to converge for a WGU commencement ceremony—more than 500 graduates and more than 3,500 family members, friends, faculty, and staff are expected to attend the February 8 event, traveling to Atlanta from at least 46 states and Canada!

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