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It's been one year since Crystal Tyler, a recipient of the 2014 WGU Tennessee "Happy New You" scholarship , enrolled in the university's B.S. Business Management program. Her decision to enroll fulfills a commitment she made to herself after the birth of her daughter, Gracie, and has already led to
The holiday season is when we simultaneously reflect on the year that was, while looking ahead to the year that will be. For WGU Tennessee, 2014 provided so much to be grateful for. Our enrollment grew by nearly 80 percent, we were awarded a "Top Workplace" honor by The Tennessean
Arby Dickert, a 58-year-old father of four with a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from Clemson University, has traveled around the world during his career in sales. Giving presentations and teaching classes in more than eight countries opened his eyes to education systems around the globe, particularly STEM education. "I
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