November 2014

Since the start of our Night Owl Files blog series, we've heard from WGU Tennessee students and graduates about the wonderful ways WGU Tennessee has made a difference in their academic and professional development. This Thanksgiving, we want to share the many reasons alumni and students are thankful for WGU

Vetrina Proctor had been working in clinical informatics at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., for six years before she decided to pursue a bachelor's degree in Health Informatics . "I have always been fascinated with database management," she said. "At St. Jude, I saw how having these

By Dr. Kimberly K. Estep WGU Tennessee Chancellor When working adults decide to pursue a college degree, one of the first obstacles they face is answering the question of how to pay for it. A recent report issued by the Federal Reserve Board's "Survey of Consumer Finances" (SCF)—which is released

After working as an obstetrics nurse for more than 30 years, Evonne Davison suffered a series of health problems that made her unable to return to the job she so loved. The Sparta, Tenn., native knew that, to be eligible for nursing positions less physically demanding than bedside nursing, she

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