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.
Associate Professor of Biology Janice Krumm has been awarded nearly $200,000 in a National Science Foundation RAPID grant to develop online-based research experiences for hundreds to thousands of...
Professor Janine Utell, chair of the English and Creative Writing Department, will be the university’s Homer C. Nearing, Jr. Distinguished Professor in English. The two-year distinguished...
The Army ROTC program based at Widener University celebrated the momentous achievements of 15 cadets this week as they swore their military oath of commission and assumed new roles as Army officers...
In the face of COVID-19, students across disciplines continued faculty-guided research and hands-on projects to present their work virtually in the two-decade-old tradition of Student Projects Day.
Widener University alumni are leaders in their fields—and now they are using skills learned at Widener to serve on the front lines of COVID-19 responses.
Widener faculty across many disciplines are finding creative ways to help students understand the current Coronavirus pandemic.
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’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.