In response to COVID-19, Widener has launched an immersive, digital experience where accepted students can personally connect with the university.
Widener University has named Anthony Wheeler, PhD, as dean of the School of Business Administration. He starts on July 1, 2020. “Dr. Anthony Wheeler brings energy, intelligence and creativity to the...
Widener faculty across many disciplines are finding creative ways to help students understand the current Coronavirus pandemic.
Widener Faculty, Students, and Alumni Reframe the Conversation on Criminal Justice – By Stepping Inside
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 University will welcome a newly elected chair to its Board of Trustees this spring, and the leader is an alumnus who is focused on the future. Paul Beideman, who earned his Master of Business...
Widener’s Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies program and the Wolfgram Memorial Library's Sexuality Archives secured $10,000 from the Council of Independent Colleges to fund undergraduate research.
Zora Wolfe, an associate professor in Widener’s Center for Education, shares ways for parents, students, and educators to smoothly transition to online learning.
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.
President Julie E. Wollman thanks the Widener community for stepping up to meet the challenges of the Coronavirus.