Current Undergraduate Students
The Inside-Out program is one of many ways that Widener faculty, students, and alumni from a range of disciplines are confronting injustices in the U.S. criminal justice system.
Widener’s Office of Student Engagement is converting already-scheduled programming into virtual formats, creating new online events, and harnessing the power of social media to keep students connected.
As the university resumes the spring semester through digital learning and working environments, Career Design and Development transitioned online to offer virtual support and programming.
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Read the latest student stories.
It’s very rewarding when you can see the impact you’re having on either the community, or individuals, or even yourself.
As I embark on a career as a human rights lawyer, these experiences have taught me everyone has a story, and you need to ask people about theirs to really begin to know and understand them.
For me, the opportunities at Widener to start this, join that, do this, allowed me to grow tremendously as a person. That’s what turned me into who I am.
Widener has exposed me to opportunities that forever shaped my life. Now, as a well-traveled entrepreneur with a young but growing business, I am excited to see how Widener University is still preparing graduates toward a path of excellence.
I love all aspects of robotics and I’m learning a lot about what I want to do in my career from this experience.
Widener has given me countless opportunities to engage in the City of Chester and to give back to those who may be less fortunate than me.
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