Graduate Student Fellowships

With support from General (retired) and Mrs. John H. Tilelli, the institute provides a series of fellowships to Widener graduate students whose scholarly research will contribute to the university's enduring commitment to developing strategic leaders and responsible citizens.

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Disha Joshi is a graduate student in Widener’s joint clinical psychology doctorate and master of business administration program. Disha’s research focuses on emotional intelligence and mindfulness and their relation to leadership development. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Franklin & Marshall College, where she studied psychology and dance.

 


 

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2015 Tilelli Fellow

Jennifer White was recently a graduate student in Widener’s joint clinical psychology (PsyD) and MBA program. Her research at the Oskin Institute focused on conflict resolution strategies.

 

  

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2014 Tilelli Fellow

Adrienne Williams was recently a graduate student in Widener’s Human Sexuality graduate program. Her research at the Oskin Institute focused on leadership within the context of gender.

 

 

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2013 Tilelli Fellow

Ari Pizer was recently a graduate student in Widener’s joint clinical psychology (PsyD) and MBA program. His research at the Oskin Institute focused on leadership and complexity theory.


  

  

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2012 Tilelli Fellow

James Tscherne was recently a graduate student in Widener’s joint clinical psychology (PsyD) and MBA program. His research at the Oskin Institute focused on managing change with Generation Y.