Widener is known and valued for its powerful inside track, and Widener’s professors are at its heart. Get to know seven professors from across the university and the alumni they mentored who exemplify the life-changing impact of the inside track.
This Q&A takes a closer look at Gabby Nye, a record-setting member of the women's cross country team who racked up a series of accolades this season including becoming the first team member to secure the 2022 MAC individual title and be named the MAC runner of the year.
Widener students have a history of being politically engaged citizens and having exceptional voter turnout.
Turning Up the Heat: Annual Summertime Program Helps Widener Students Apply Classroom Knowledge to Real-World Issues
The Summer Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities program, or SURCA, saw a record number of participants this year from across academic disciplines. Included in this group were several students taking part for the first time.
Students often turn down or turn away from unpaid internships in their fields because of economic considerations. A new, donor-funded program is designed to help overcome the financial barrier.
In the McRae family, Widener is the mom-approved choice for not one daughter – but two. Credit the family vibe they felt on their first visit.
Widener students helped support a communications conference in Philadelphia, providing them far more insight than a textbook case study could offer.
Widener values student voices and creates ways for them to contribute ideas and feedback about their education. A new Student Advisory Board is the latest example.
Widener is preparing students to live, work, and lead in the green economy through interdisciplinary academic programs that take a broader look at environmental health and sustainability.