February 2014

If you’ve visited our blog in the past few weeks, you know we’ve been talking a lot about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education. We were pleased to be selected to join the elite 100Kin10 partnership , a sprawling national network of business, nonprofit, and education organizations committed to

By Dr. Kimberly K. Estep Chancellor, WGU Tennessee For prospective students trying to decide whether it makes sense to return to school, a bachelor’s or master’s degree is a major investment. The decision to further your education is not one to be taken lightly – you work hard, and you

Tammy Gibson Accelerates Her Nursing Career with WGU Tennessee For Jamestown native Tammy Gibson, WGU Tennessee was a great option for several reasons, but one reason in particular stood out. Low tuition, however, was not the only benefit she found at the nonprofit, accredited, online university. “WGU Tennessee allowed me

Earlier this month, we told you about the four new WGU Tennessee TV spots that were filmed throughout Tennessee. Featured in three of the spots is John Steele, senior vice president of human resources at HCA. HCA (Hospital Corporation of America) is the largest private provider of healthcare facilities in

As a continuing part of our “ Happy New You!” campaign, we’re highlighting various degree programs related to each of WGU Tennessee’s four different colleges: Teachers College, College of Business, College of IT, and College of Health Professions. Today’s focus is on the College of Business and the Master of

By Dr. Kimberly K. Estep WGU Tennessee Chancellor What a “Tennessee Promise”! As a veteran of the community college system here in Tennessee, I could not have been more thrilled to hear Governor Haslam unveil his new plan to help Tennesseans gain degrees during his State of the State address

by Dr. Kimberly K. Estep WGU Tennessee Chancellor For anyone worried about the quality of STEM (science, engineering, technology, and math) education in American schools, a spate of recent studies is nothing less than alarming: Only half of all high schools offer calculus. 37% of high schools do not offer

Sunday's lopsided football may be in the history books, but people are still buzzing about which TV commercials made the biggest splash. As always, some commercials received plaudits for being clever and original, some were controversial, and some were just plain weird. At WGU Tennessee, we're talking a lot about

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