April 2014

This month at WGU Texas, we’re highlighting our College of Health Professions and recognizing our amazing nurses—the lifeblood of Texas’ healthcare system. Today’s spotlight is on Robbie Murphy, a distinguished nursing professor at San Jacinto College, one of our community college partners. Robbie received her M.S. Nursing—Education in 2012 from

On Saturday, April 12, WGU Texas recognized the hard work of two cohorts of prelicensure B.S. in Nursing students from Dallas and Houston, in a pinning ceremony that traces its roots back more than 130 years to Florence Nightingale. Since the early days of Nightingale's "Training School for Nurses," it

Matt Bunker’s commitment to serving alumni communities began a little over seven years ago. The Utah native chose the Kennedy School of International Relations at Brigham Young University and the Truman School of Public Policy at the University of Missouri, because of their mission and close-knit communities. After graduating from

Recently, a group of students from WGU Texas’ College of IT joined together to showcase their knowledge and understanding of cyber security at the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC), an annual competition that attracts many of the brightest cyber security students from universities across the state. The seven-member squad,

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