WGU Texas is committed to helping more women achieve success in the IT and STEM fields. This guest post, authored by IT leader, Anne Gentle, has been graciously written to share her perspective. Texas is full of thought leaders in many fields, and it is our hope to provide more

Less than a month after walking at the 2015 WGU Texas Commencement , Valerie Moreland, of Austin, experienced another memorable moment with WGU Texas. On Thursday, November 12, it seemed like a routine day for Valerie working at St. David’s Hospital Occupational Health Services . However, she had no idea

October 17, 2015 was a day that Tammy Jeschke of San Antonio thought she would never see. On that day, Tammy was awarded not one, but two college degrees—her B.S. Business Management and M.S. Management and Leadership —at the 2015 WGU Texas Commencement in Austin. It marked 20 years since

On the heels of Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick’s Interim Charges , which are recommendations of issues the Senate should study prior to the next Legislative Session, Texas House Speaker Joe Straus recently tasked the House Committee on Higher Education to look at a number of topics, including affordability and financial

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