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2/25/2014 3:08 pm

The WGU General Education Social Science team is marking Women’s History Month 2014 with a four-week series of presentations and panel discussions, and you’re invited! Panels will cover a wide range of topics—from “The Hunger Games” to 17th-century sonnets, from African-American women who made America great to women in science, and from feminist geography to the voices of imprisoned women.

Student Newsletter
2/24/2014 4:52 pm

At WGU, each student is assigned a personal faculty member to work with them as a mentor throughout their time at WGU. Additionally, each course has its own course mentors, subject-matter experts who are available to help students get through course material. Advice from your mentors is invaluable as you make your way through your online degree program.

Guest Blogger
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.

The Night Owl Blog
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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