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By Jean Floten Chancellor, WGU Washington “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” - Nelson Mandela With education comes a responsibility to make a positive difference in the world. Whether it’s at home or abroad, the knowledge and skills we gain in academia
Title Course Mentor Department General Ed | Humanities Hometown Seattle How long have you been working at WGU? 8 months What did you do before you started at WGU? I worked as an adjunct art history and humanities instructor. What is your favorite thing about working at WGU? I love
Title Course Mentor Department General Education Hometown Seattle How long have you been working at WGU? 5 years What did you do before you started at WGU? I attended Pomona College receiving a bachelor’s degree in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing. I earned an M.A. and Ph.D. in
From his podium in the Senate Chamber, Lt. Gov. Brad Owen banged his gavel and made it official: a resolution recognizing WGU Washington’s impact over the last five years. In 2016, the university celebrates five years since the State Legislature voted WGU Washington into existence. To mark that wonderful milestone
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