A new online course gives students and members of the public the opportunity to examine COVID-19 from different subject areas taught by Widener's expert faculty at no cost.
The School of Nursing secured $214,000 to address the shortage of nurse educators through the Nurse Faculty Loan Program.
A new allergen-free dining station and dietician deliver exciting changes to Widener Dining.
From changes to living spaces to implementing new programs and services, the university strives to make campus more supportive and inclusive for LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff.
A student-designed mental health campaign, called Breathe, has won an international award and been praised as a national model for other institutions.
Many projects at Widener this summer have not only adjusted their format to a virtual setting, but have planned their research topics to advance our understanding of COVID-19.
Student leaders in the Chester Community Clinic launch fitness donation challenge to benefit local organizations committed to combating racism in the community.
Widener students, faculty, and staff are leading conversations on diversity and inclusion in the wake of nationwide protests for the deaths of black individuals.
Students have found unique ways to show their appreciation and support for Widener faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Whether applying from a four-year institution or a local community college, transfer students at Widener are finding academic programs that fit their goals and put them on track to earning a degree.