Despite unpredictable circumstances created by the pandemic, Widener’s clinics and centers remain committed to serving its constituents through virtual connections and support.
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.
A new online course gives students and members of the public the opportunity to examine COVID-19 from different subject areas taught by Widener's expert faculty at no cost.
The School of Nursing secured $214,000 to address the shortage of nurse educators through the Nurse Faculty Loan Program.
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.
Graduate students showcased the experience and knowledge gained from hands-on research projects during this year's virtual Graduate Student Research Symposium.
Despite uncertainties presented by COVID-19, many seniors, who through the connections and experiential learning gained at Widener, secured job opportunities with time to spare ahead of graduation.
Professor Ellen Boyda, director of the Widener Community Nursing Clinic, penned this opinion article featured in The Spirit to outline how the clinic adjusted its delivery of care in the midst of COVID-19 to now offer telemedicine services.
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.