Ten years after the African & African American Studies minor launched, and following a summer of heightened national awareness surrounding racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement, Widener is revamping the program.
Where can you use Nobel Prize-winning “genetic scissors” to research the impact of heat stress on commercial chickens or fat formation in fruit flies and humans? In Widener’s undergraduate biology and biochemistry labs.
A multicultural psychology course uses a flipped learning model and service learning to better prepare students to live and work in a diverse world.
Widener faculty have led strategic efforts to inform the community of voting procedures, to encourage participation and engagement ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
Political science students Cloë A. Di Flumeri ‘23 and Jack Heavner ’21 harness SURCA research findings to gain a deeper understanding to American politics at the state and national levels.
A Bird’s-Eye View of Summer Research: Students Test Detergents to Save Wildlife Affected by Oil Spills
As part of a new partnership with Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research, Inc., a student-faculty chemistry team are testing detergents to determine which is most effective at cleaning oil from the feathers of affected wildlife.
Widener's innovative faculty stepped up to provide two virtual camp experiences for middle- and high school-age students around the world.
As Widener continues to navigate these unprecedented times, the university is building on the success of the spring semester and preparing for a productive fall by upgrading technology to accommodate students’ learning needs and supporting faculty as they find creative ways to engage students.