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Today we announce several exciting developments in research compliance as WGU adheres to federal regulations and protects human subjects, particularly in capstone projects. These changes enable you to administer your capstone project in an ethical and safe manner, benefiting whatever organization within which you work, and preparing you to conduct

The WGU Social Science Team is pleased to invite you to our Women’s History Month Symposium, open to everyone, taking place throughout the month of March. Location: http://wgu.adobeconnect.com/socialsciencecolloquia/ Call 844-286-0634 (toll free), audio room number: 556-081-544 # The schedule: Thursday, March 17, 10 a.m. MT: Dr. Kristi Johnson, History Course

This month, 102 WGU Night Owls who completed their capstones in 2015 are being recognized for their outstanding work. To celebrate student excellence in the completion of this important endeavor, WGU grants Capstone Excellence Awards. On an on-going basis, capstone faculty nominate deserving individuals with whom they have worked on

WGU is proud to invite you to our 2016 Black History Month Symposium. Presentations are free and will take place the week of February 22–26. Check the schedule below. If you find a sesson—or sessions!—that interest you: Mark your calendar and set yourself an appointment reminder for the date and

We’re on a mission to help working adults across the country earn the bachelor’s and master’s degrees they need but have yet to complete. We still have a long way to go—37 million adults with some college experience but no degree, and many, many more with an undergrad degree who

A message from your WGU faculty members Once or twice a year, mentors and instructors may be harder to reach because we are attending academic meetings and commencement. Your regular mentor calls might be rescheduled, and it might take us longer than usual to get back to you when you

As we close the calendar on another year, we wanted to take a look back at all the news stories that made 2015 such a banner year for WGU. The biggest stories, of course, were each individual student’s successes, struggles, and victories. This year alone, 14,994 Night Owls—and counting—have earned

2015! What a year! We launched new programs and announced tuition was holding steady—again! Our total graduate count passed 50,000 and we launched another new state-endorsed WGU in Nevada. These are just a few of the big WGU stories of 2015. Which ones top your list? Take our quick survey

October is National Arts & Humanities Month. Join us for a week-long series of talks on the arts and humanities! All are invited to these free webinars. To join us, visit wgu.adobeconnect.com/la_meetings/ and call 1-866-962-6634, passcode 579 955 34# for the audio. Monday, October 26 9 a.m. PT/10 a.m. MT/11

Four amazing graduates who overcame everything from cerebral palsy to childhood predictions that “you’ll never go to college.” A mother who is proudly starting this school year as a brand-new fifth-grade teacher, her dream since she was in middle school. A master’s-educated nurse who used to aspire to be a

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