As part of Homecoming 2021, the School of Business Administration hosted a Career Day conference connecting students with industry experts and alumni.
With access to their own personal success teams, new students know exactly who to turn to - from health counselors and academic advisors to peer mentors -- from day one.
This year’s Homecoming offers something for everyone – a renewal of many of the on-campus traditions and events, as well as a slate of virtual programming. The weekend also marks the public kickoff of Widener’s bicentennial celebration.
After successful nursing careers at Widener, two graduates joined forces on social media to share their medical journeys and mentor future health care professionals.
More than 50 students across disciplines presented research and creative projects at the Summer Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA) Symposium.
Junior William Rodgers earned his way into the highly respected and challenging U.S. Army Special Forces Combat Diver Qualification Course with training, dedication and help from his Widener ROTC lieutenant commander.
The university’s new Speech-Language Pathology Clinic provides pro bono bilingual speech and language therapy services alongside interprofessional collaboration and experiential learning for graduate students.
Widener nursing secured a $1.6 million grant over four years to implement Project PRIDE, a program-led initiative to create a workforce that is reflective of the patients and communities served by diversifying the nursing student population.