From residence halls to classroom and learning spaces, a number of campus facilities underwent upgrades over the summer months to enhance the Widener student learning experience at every level.
A small but mighty team of nursing students, professors, and mentors are celebrating a big win for the new Project PRIDE, a program designed to increase diversity within the School of Nursing and the field overall.
The expansion of health science programs in the College of Health & Human Services and School of Nursing is bolstering Widener’s interprofessional learning approach that has set the programs apart and put students on track to becoming competent and compassionate clinicians.
Four years ago, we met Kelsey Byrd, a freshman who followed in the footsteps of her mother and grandmother to enroll in Widener’s nursing program. Now, as a member of the Class of 2022, Kelsey reflects on her transformative college experience and what it means to be the newest Widener nurse in the family.
Nursing students put their emergency preparedness and response skills to the test during a live disaster simulation on campus.
Students in different majors presented their research during Honors Week 2022, including a junior nursing student who raised awareness about human trafficking, and how nurses can help.
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.
A $175,000 grant awarded to Widener’s Child Development Center underscores its efforts to provide high-demand child care while placing undergraduate and graduate students in a real-life learning laboratory to gain valuable hands-on field experience.
After successful nursing careers at Widener, two graduates joined forces on social media to share their medical journeys and mentor future health care professionals.
Widener nursing secured a $1.6 million grant over four years to implement Project PRIDE, a program-led initiative to create a workforce that is reflective of the patients and communities served by diversifying the nursing student population.