Recently secured funding is positioning Widener’s Integrated Professional Studies Program to continue helping students with intellectual disabilities as they build the self-advocacy, independence, and confidence to succeed in rewarding careers.
From getting involved to asking for help, to the importance of self-care and self-exploration, Widener faculty, staff, and students offer tips to the newest members of the Pride.
Students often turn down or turn away from unpaid internships in their fields because of economic considerations. A new, donor-funded program is designed to help overcome the financial barrier.
Fun was had by all at this special bicentennial event.
A small but mighty team of nursing students, professors, and mentors are celebrating a big win for the new Project PRIDE, a program designed to increase diversity within the School of Nursing and the field overall.
In this podcast interview, Dr. Julie E. Wollman reflects on her service as president of Widener University since 2016.
Thanks to the love and support of her father, the advocation of her advisor, and transformative opportunities at Widener, Neeta Basantkumar ’04 has made her dreams come true. Now, she is working to make dreams come true for future Widener students.
The expansion of health science programs in the College of Health & Human Services and School of Nursing is bolstering Widener’s interprofessional learning approach that has set the programs apart and put students on track to becoming competent and compassionate clinicians.
Renovations to Academic Center North, Cottee Hall, and the Chester Community Clinic in the newly renamed Julie E. Wollman Hall will help facilitate and support Widener’s focus on interprofessional learning.
Student Zora DeSeignora writes about a daylong Widener excursion to New York City that broadened her educational experience with a unique hands-on approach to learning.