The annual Schmutz Student Engagement Mini Grants will fund four undergraduate and graduate student initiatives conducted with community partners around Chester.
Widener's Dauntless Battalion ROTC program celebrated its 2021 Commissioning Ceremony on campus with 19 cadets taking the oath of office as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army.
These trilingual Widener graduates have tapped into language programs and international clubs and services to help secure internships and other opportunities that will give them an advantage on the job market.
Senior Julia Klinger's Honors Week presentation explored lessons learned in a Multicultural Psychology class and hands-on learning experiences that, taken altogether, opened her eyes to white privilege.
Hands-on research opportunities at Widener give students the chance to explore their interests, build a foundation of experience, and hone skills for their future professions.
Whether students want a career in medicine or law, Widener’s seven pre-professional pathway programs put them on track to graduate school and one step closer to achieving their career goals.
Professor Stephen R. Madigosky has been named the university’s fifth Cynthia H. Sarnoski Endowed Science Faculty Fellow to support his faculty-student research on how flightless animals move through the Amazon rainforest’s upper canopy.
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.