More and more professionals are turning to Widener for an array of new and existing graduate programs and flexible certificates under the newly named Center for Graduate and Continuing Studies and the College of Health and Human Services.
Despite unpredictable circumstances created by the pandemic, Widener’s clinics and centers remain committed to serving its constituents through virtual connections and support.
A graduate speech-language pathology program will prepare students for a meaningful career to prevent, diagnose, and treat speech and language disorders.
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.
Student leaders in the Chester Community Clinic launch fitness donation challenge to benefit local organizations committed to combating racism in the community.
Graduate students showcased the experience and knowledge gained from hands-on research projects during this year's virtual Graduate Student Research Symposium.
When COVID-19 suspended graduate physical therapy student Wade Warmkessel’s clinical, he was unable to meet the requirements to graduate. Thanks to faculty support, he will earn his degree this month with the nearly 1,100 graduates.
Zora Wolfe, an associate professor in Widener’s Center for Education, shares ways for parents, students, and educators to smoothly transition to online learning.