Jennie Schmaltz Photo provided by the Milken Family Foundation Last fall, third grade teacher Jennie Schmaltz attended an assembly... it was an ordinary day at Elkhart Elementary School in Aurora, Colorado. Although she noticed cameras, lights, and special guests from her district, she didn’t think anything of it. She

Guest Blog by: Ashley Umoren, WGU Alumni – MSN Leadership and Management , Anesthesia Nurse at Mercy Iowa City Hospital Working as a nurse is often without applause, appreciation, or bathroom breaks. Nurses put themselves and their needs on the back burner for sometimes 14 hours a day to ensure

Join us the week of April 18–21, 2017, as we discuss issues facing the global environment in celebration of Earth Week. WGU’s outstanding faculty will lead these free, web-based discussions on a range of topics. To join, visit at the scheduled time, and dial in via telephone to 866-962-6634

Sekou Andrews According to the American Nurses Association , “Nursing is the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, facilitation of healing, alleviation of suffering . . . and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations.” We here at WGU

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