Hands-on learning was taken to a whole new level when a group of students traveled to Costa Rica to immerse themselves in the culture and learn about the environmental toll of consumerism and tourism, particularly in the coffee industry.
Shadowing opportunities at Widener allow prospective students interested in engineering and nursing programs to spend extra time on campus interacting with current students.
As Widener’s relationships with new and existing clinical partners deepen, so do clinical and field work experiences for students across and beyond health sciences programs.
Two new grant opportunities demonstrate how Widener’s partnerships with high-profile Philadelphia-area employers benefit students in pursuit of their degrees.
Nursing’s Center for Simulation continues to deliver high-quality simulated learning for undergraduate and graduate students with the latest technology innovations and updated facilities.
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.
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.