The Presidential Alumni Research Dissemination Awards are designed to showcase the wide variety of high-quality research by our doctoral graduates. Awarded to alumni who have presented or published their Walden research outcomes within the last 5 years, recipients are granted either a $100 award for a presentation or a $250 award for a publication. Any doctoral alumni who meet these requirements may submit their research for consideration.


Theses/Dissertations from 2019


Leadership Development: A Senior Leader Case Study, Jason M. Newcomer

The Impact of Collusion on the Operation of a Fraudulent Mortgage Origination Network, Cynthia Waddell

Theses/Dissertations from 2017


Strategies for U.S. City Government Enterprise Resource Planning System Implementation Success, Jennifer Miller


Marketing Strategies of Mobile Game Application Entrepreneurs, Talaya C. Waller, Robert J. Hockin, and Gina S. Smith

Theses/Dissertations from 2016


Professional Development Needs of Faculty Members in an International University in Thailand, Loïse Jeannin


Impact of Sense of Community, Ideology, and Religiosity on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptomatology From Chronic Terror Attacks, Nuriel Shalom Mor

Theses/Dissertations from 2015


Mental Health Professionals' Attitude and Perception of their Role in Tackling Substance Abuse and Related Disorders in Nigeria, Olubusayo Ruth Akinola


Tribal Gaming Leader Strategies Toward a Sustainable Future, Janie Ann Hall

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

Effects of Memantine and One-on-One Caregiver Contact on Antipsychotic Medication Prescribed to Elderly Veterans with Dementia, Abimbola Farinde

Generational Cohort Differences in Types of Organizational Commitment Among Nurses in Alabama, April Lavette Jones

Cybersecurity Strategy in Developing Nations: A Jamaica Case Study, Kevin Patrick Newmeyer

Theses/Dissertations from 2013

Exploring Best Practice Skills to Predict Uncertainties in Venture Capital Investment Decision-Making, David Arthur Blum

Theses/Dissertations from 2012

Child, Parent, and Healthcare Professionals' Perspectives on HIV Infection Status Disclosure to Children, Grace Gachanja

A Middle Management Perspective on Strategy Implementation, Ahmad Salih

A NHANES 2005-2006 Data Analysis Examining Early Childhood Factors, Food Security, Medical Insurance, and Childhood Obesity, Assanatu Iyatunde Savage

The Impact of Facebook Access in Creating a Sense of Community in Tourism and Recreation Classes, Lorie A. Tuma

Theses/Dissertations from 2011


Generational Cohort Differences in Types of Organizational Commitment Among Nurses in Alabama, April Lavette Jones

A Retrospective Population Based Cohort Study Examining the Black White Gap in Infant Mortality, Ina Marie Peoples

Theses/Dissertations from 2010

Perceptions of Web 2.0 tools as catalysts for teacher and librarian collaboration: A case study, Peggy Milam Creighton

Theses/Dissertations from 2009

Nurse anesthetists' perception of their rigorous training program A grounded theory study, Joy Kieffer Phillips