Last week, Chancellor Estep was honored to participate in a panel of university presidents focused on the future of higher education in the state of Tennessee. The “Nashville Ahead” panel was presented by the Nashville Business Journal and also featured Dr. Joe DiPietro, president of the University of Tennessee; Dr.
By Dr. Kimberly K. Estep WGU Tennessee Chancellor Last week, I read an article about an idea we hold dear at WGU Tennessee—the invaluable role that mentors play in helping students learn. It turns out, though, that mentors do a lot more than just help students while they’re enrolled in
For Jozelda Porter, WGU Tennessee did not just provide two degrees. It was a motivator during one of the most difficult times of her life. The Jackson native earned two master’s degrees from WGU Tennessee—first in Curriculum and Instruction in 2011, followed by Educational Leadership in 2013. She now serves
Are you a mom who's been thinking about going back to school online? The decision to further your education and complete a degree is not one to take lightly. Moms who go back to school are often already juggling a full-time job, the task of shuttling kids to and from
Lisa Wiggs had been out of school for 28 years when she heard about WGU Tennessee. She decided immediately to apply. For Lisa, earning a master’s degree had always been a goal, but she could never make the time or financial commitment to attend other schools she had researched. A
This is the first entry in our brand-new, ongoing #nightowlfiles blog series, which tells the stories of WGU Tennessee’s incredible alumni and students. Be sure to check the blog frequently, as we’ll be adding new “Night Owl Files” as often as possible. Prepare to be pushed, and embrace the challenge.
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