Stories from the College of Education

Celebrating Teachers Spring 2020

Celebrating Teachers Spring 2020

A thank you to all teachers at every level who’ve been working to connect with and teach their students during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alumni spotlight on the Kellys

Alumni spotlight on the Kellys

HEXS alumni Sam and Rebecca Kelly share their work experiences and reflect on lessons learned during their time at WOU.

To the CDC and beyond!

To the CDC and beyond!

Community Health graduate Tylor Reynolds talks about his path from WOU to Emory University to the CDC.

Rebecca Skinner: Baltimore-bound

“I remember meeting with my professor Dr. Vala-Haynes at the start of my junior year and the first conversation I had with her was “Hi, I want to go to Johns Hopkins for grad school, how do I get there?”

Student spotlight on Heather Jones

Student spotlight on Heather Jones

From nursing to naturopathy, community health graduating senior Heather Jones shares about her time at WOU and plans for the future.

Student spotlight on Chris Hill

Student spotlight on Chris Hill

“The secret to my success isn’t really a secret. I give my best, I keep my word, I am open to change, I manage my time well, and I use my social networks.”

Student spotlight on Brie Wallace

Student spotlight on Brie Wallace

Community Health graduating senior Brie Wallace shares about her passion for women’s health and plans for the future.

Alumni spotlight on Chris Mudder

Alumni spotlight on Chris Mudder

Community Health graduate Chris Mudder shares his passion for healthcare and how he landed his dream job (at only 22 years old).

Q&A with InfoTech student Ben Kahn

“Even though the classes are fully online, I have been able to develop meaningful relationships with my instructors. I’d say the same about many of my classmates, whether they are from a teaching background or a tech background.”