If you use media to connect with your peers, consider one of our student organizations
as your next step to the big leagues.
At Widener, students operate the campus radio station, WDNR; the university’s television, Widener TV; and The Blue and Gold, a multi-media news and information platform that combines content from WDNR and the television station with journalistic writing and the power of social media to inform and entertain the university community. All three media organizations provide students with valuable, hands-on experience that they can apply in the job market after graduation.
Students also have the opportunity to produce public programs and publications such as “Live from the Newsroom” in conjunction with the Delaware County Daily Times, and Chester, a magazine for the city of Chester.
The student-produced Widener Ink, the university’s literary journal; and The Blue Route, a national literary journal for undergraduate writers, provide opportunities for those students with an aptitude for create writing.
Dean Fred Akl
Professor Fred A. Akl, dean of the School of Engineering, discusses his work with NASA during the STS-63 and STS-71 space shuttle missions.
At the Health Annex
Lynn Freda, a nurse and graduate student in Widener's Family Nurse Practitioner master's program, talks about her experiences working with Dr. Shirlee Drayton-Brooks, associate professor at the School of Nursing.
Dr. Marina Barnett
Dr. Marina Barnett, associate professor in the Center for Social Work Education, talks about the leadership qualities she sees in her students. Also, Dr. Barnett gives an amazing Widener rallying cry. Check it out!
Catherine Rawlings '14
Catherine Rawlings, a junior from West Chester, Pa., talks about why she participates in the AmeriCorps Community Fellows program at Widener.
Dr. Jeannette Wyatt
Assistant Professor Jenny Wyatt discusses the work and impact of the Widener Center for Violence Prevention.
Dr. Nadine McHenry
Associate Professor Nadine McHenry talks about the importance of exposing teacher candidates to schoolchildren from different contexts.