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Recent News

  • Art Gallery Hosts Exhibition of Local Women Artists Inspired by Fellow Women ArtistsTuesday, August 19, 2014

    Art Gallery Hosts Exhibition of Local Women Artists Inspired by Fellow Women Artists

    The Widener University Art Gallery will host AFFINITIES Women Artists - Women's Inspiration from September 2 through October 11. The exhibition includes the creative works of five local women artists who have chosen "affinity partners," artists whose work they admire and with whom they have a stylistic or theme-based connection. The exhibition is presented by the Regional center for Women in the Arts.

  • Widener Sponsors Poynter Event Celebrating 25 Years of News on the WebWednesday, July 30, 2014

    Widener Sponsors Poynter Event Celebrating 25 Years of News on the Web

    The Poynter Institute, a global leader in journalism, held "Journalism and the Web@25: Lessons in Disruption, Evolution and Endurance" hosted at the Ford Foundation on July 29. The "Web@25" panel was sponsored by Widener University, PR Newswire and Widmeyer Communications.

  • Kenneth Pobo Releases Chapbook with Widener Colleague James Esch as PublisherTuesday, July 29, 2014

    Kenneth Pobo Releases Chapbook with Widener Colleague James Esch as Publisher

    Dr. Kenneth Pobo, professor of English and creative writing, has released a new chapbook of poetry titled "When the Light Turns Green," through Spruce Alley Press, a new publishing company started by James Esch, an English and creative writing lecturer at Widener.

  • Engineering Professor Secures Grant for Methane AdsorptionMonday, July 28, 2014

    Engineering Professor Secures Grant for Methane Adsorption

    Dr. Dipendu Saha, assistant professor of chemical engineering, recently secured an Undergraduate New Investigator Research Grant from the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund for his research on methane adsorption in micro-mesoporous carbons.

  • Widener Alumna Hired as Director of Social Work Counseling ServicesWednesday, July 16, 2014

    Widener Alumna Hired as Director of Social Work Counseling Services

    Widener Alumna Shanna Williams was recently named director of Social Work Counseling Services (SWCS) at Widener University. She received her bachelors of social work in 2006 and both her masters of social work and of human sexuality education in 2010.

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