I’m writing this blog (my first, incidentally) as I travel to speak at a conference. That means a good bit of time in flight and waiting in airports to catch up on some paperwork from the office that didn’t fit into my daily schedule. In my work satchel, along with the requisite energy drink and granola bar, is a very large stack of applications and resumes for three open positions in my department. They are all just begging me to look at them. I can almost hear each imploring, “Pick me! Pick me!”
More than 200 Texas business executives from 40 companies, government agencies and academic institutions, including WGU Texas, participated in the recent U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Cybersecurity Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Myles Vogel, Chief Information Officer and National Director of the College of IT at Western Governors University, spoke
by Veronica Vargas Stidvent, Chancellor, WGU Texas I recently had the opportunity to talk with state lawmakers who serve on the powerful House Higher Education Committee , and what I told them should come as no surprise to our WGU Texas Night Owls or those prospective WGU Texas students considering
Ronda was married with a six-month old daughter when her husband was killed in a car accident. The family was in the process of relocating to Houston, and her husband had left to Houston ahead of her when he was killed. In the blink of an eye Ronda’s life plans were disrupted and she found herself stuck in her home town, a single mother with a baby, little work experience, and only had a high school diploma.