Robotics engineering student Emily Wolfe '22 is contributing to the transformative power of automation in the agricultural industry as part of a faculty-student summer research project.
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.
A faculty-student research team was awarded $50,000 in state funding to develop innovative solutions to a leading problem in 3D printing and manufacturing.
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.
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.
Four years ago, Allison Smith was looking for a university with a strong engineering program and a family atmosphere. She knew a degree was crucial to her dream of working at Conewago Enterprises, the...
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.
In the face of COVID-19, students across disciplines continued faculty-guided research and hands-on projects to present their work virtually in the two-decade-old tradition of Student Projects Day.