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06
Feb

Scholarly Research in Social Work | Research Spotlight Series

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  • Widener University Zoom
Open to:
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students

Do you have questions about how to access social work resources? Have you encountered a challenging research topic? Jill Borin, Social Work Librarian, will offer useful tricks and tips for navigating the resources at Widener! She will also answer any questions that students bring.

06
Feb

Social Work Ph.D Information Session

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  • Zoom/ Virtual
Open to:
  • Prospective Graduate Students

Join Program Director Dr. Margo Campbell and Assistant Director of Admissions and Enrollment Kat LeConey to learn more about our part-time PhD in Social Work program.

First Quarter Moon
06
Feb

Monday Twilight Stargazing Session

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

There's more to the night sky than meets the eye! The Widener Observatory is the perfect spot to enjoy the celestial beauty of the atmosphere in an up-close and personal way.

Founders Hall
07
Feb

Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN) Information Session

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  • Zoom
Open to:
  • Prospective Graduate Students

Join us to learn more about the Family Nurse Practitioner (MSN) program at Widener University. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about curriculum, speak with program faculty and ask questions with admissions staff. All attendees will be offered an application fee waiver!

07
Feb

Scholarly Research in Engineering | Research Spotlight Series

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  • Widener University Zoom
Open to:
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students

Do you have questions about how to access engineering resources? Have you encountered a challenging research topic? Roz Goldstein, Engineering Librarian, will offer useful tricks and tips for navigating the resources at Widener! She will also answer any questions that students may have.

Speech=language pathologists works with a young child
07
Feb

Speech-Language Pathology Information Session

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  • Zoom/Virtual
Open to:
  • Prospective Graduate Students

Join us for an information session highlighting our master's in speech-language pathology. Program faculty and graduate studies' staff will be on hand to answer questions.

08
Feb

Transfer Nursing Virtual Information Session

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  • Virtual (Zoom)
Open to:
  • Admitted & Incoming Undergraduate Students
  • Prospective Undergraduate Students

Transfer students are invited to learn about our traditional BSN program: the pathways, admissions process, curriculum, resources, and more.

criminal justice career internship showcase 960x640
13
Feb

Criminal Justice Career and Internship Showcase

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  • Widener Main Campus - Lathem Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Please join us for our annual Criminal Justice Career and Internship showcase. Over 20 agencies will be available to speak to you about employment and internship opportunities. This is also a great event for general networking.

philadelphia pride festival parade
13
Feb

Human Sexuality Studies Information Session

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  • Virtual (Zoom)
Open to:
  • Prospective Graduate Students

Join us virtually to learn about our unique human sexuality studies programs. Center for Human Sexuality Studies faculty and graduate studies staff will be on hand to answer questions.

13
Feb

President's Lecture Series: Transformational Moments & Meaningful Engagement

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  • Widener University Zoom
Open to:
  • Admitted & Incoming Undergraduate Students
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Transformational Moments and Meaningful Engagement Angela M. Corbo, PhD Associate Professor, College of Arts and Sciences Register Here

20
Feb

President's Lecture Series: Promoting Civic-Engagement in Biomedical Engineering Students

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  • Widener University Zoom
Open to:
  • Admitted & Incoming Undergraduate Students
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Promoting Civic-Engagement in Biomedical Engineering Students by: Ria Mazumder, PhD Assistant Teaching Professor, School of Engineering and Anita Singh, PhD Associate Professor, School of Engineering...

First Quarter Moon
20
Feb

Monday Twilight Stargazing Sessions

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  • Widener Observatory - Kirkbride Hall
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Community/Public
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Explore the galaxy- both near and far! Join Professor Augensen at Widener's Observatory! Registration is required to attend!

Wolfgram Memorial Library in fall
21
Feb

APA Citation Style: Navigating the 7th Edition

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  • Online
Open to:
  • Current Adult & Continuing Studies Students
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students

Need help with the APA Citation style? The librarians at the Wolfgram library are here to help answer your questions!

Student presenting at the High-Impact Practices Fair
22
Feb

High-Impact Educational Practices Fair

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  • University Center Atrium
Open to:
  • Alumni
  • Current Graduate Students
  • Current Undergraduate Students
  • Faculty/Staff

Widener University is committed to using high-impact educational practices to create robust and meaningful learning experiences for our students. This annual event showcases the student achievements in these practices, such as service learning activities, research with faculty, internships, study abroad, and senior projects.

Speech=language pathologists works with a young child
22
Feb

Speech-Language Pathology Information Session

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  • Zoom/Virtual
Open to:
  • Prospective Graduate Students

Join us for an information session highlighting our Master's in Speech-Language Pathology. Program faculty and graduate studies' staff will be on hand to answer questions.

Business student on laptop
23
Feb

Virtual Info Session: Master of Science in Engineering

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  • Online
Open to:
  • Prospective Graduate Students

Speak with the Graduate Program Director and an Admissions Representative for an interactive discussion about concentration areas, lab spaces, admissions requirements, financial aid, and learn how you can start your Master of Science in Engineering degree this spring!