Robotics engineering student Emily Wolfe '22 is contributing to the transformative power of automation in the agricultural industry as part of a faculty-student summer research project.
Widener physical therapy alumna and former elite gymnast Rachel Sine ’20 is fulfilling her dream of working with the world’s top athletes.
Ijjae Hill will draw on her deep-seated commitment to service and helping others in her new role of student trustee on the Widener Board of Trustees.
The Summer Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (SURCA) program at Widener can be a foundation for some students to enter prestigious PhD programs and lead research on important topics.
Widener students thrive in the sport and event management program thanks to connections to industry insiders who share their knowledge and access to internships and jobs.
Widener’s Sexuality and Gender Alliance is reorganizing and recommitting to its dual role of providing a welcoming and engaging space for students and advocating for their needs.
President Julie E. Wollman will retire from the presidency at the end of the upcoming academic year. She will leave behind a thriving university, poised to build on its strengths.
A student-driven initiative is reducing plastic usage in the Pride Café by giving diners reusable bags and the option to skip plastic bags for mobile food orders.
Widener Board of Trustees Chair Paul Beideman, who has been a champion for the university and its programs, is receiving a national award in connection with his service.
The annual Schmutz Student Engagement Mini Grants will fund four undergraduate and graduate student initiatives conducted with community partners around Chester.