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WGU Nevada Chancellor Spencer Stewart was the main sponsor behind the “Buddy Benches” event.
Get excited about STEM--Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
Spencer Stewart, chancellor of WGU Nevada, conceptualized the event after hearing about similar ones across the country.
Finishing a college degree is a New Year’s resolution for some, and a lifelong dream for others. Around 400,000 Nevadans have some college, but no degree.
The scholarships, worth up to $2,000 each, will be awarded to up to 100 students enrolling in WGU’s College of Information Technology to help cover the costs of WGU’s affordable tuition of...
For some, education has many hurdles, two big ones being time and money. WGU Nevada tackles these obstacles as a new type of university for a new you.
WGU Nevada has been bridging the gap for many people who have been striving to further their education, but didn't have the time to dedicate to a normal brick and mortar institution.
A Q&A with the WGU Nevada Chancellor...
For the Las Vegas area to continue to be a place of opportunity, it must continue to reinvent itself in ways perhaps fundamentally different from previous eras.
The university’s inaugural graduation ceremony recognized those who completed bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, K-12 teacher education, information technology and health...
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