A partnership between Widener and the Coalition of Culturally Competent Providers invites new conversations about community care and creates opportunities for health and human services students.
Widener’s one-of-a-kind MPA/MEd dual degree is preparing graduates for careers in some of the most relevant fields.
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.
Traveling abroad can be an important part of the student experience. For Gianni DiMatteo ’24, he found academic and personal ties on a trip to Italy.
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.
Occupational therapy and robotics engineering students partnered together to produce 3D printed assistive devices as part of the Make:able Challenge, putting student-led collaboration and innovation on an international stage.
It was a week of pomp and circumstance as Widener celebrated its 2023 graduates. For students in two programs, there was even more reason to celebrate.
President’s Award Winner Ijjae Hill reflects on her time at Widener as she prepares to receive her undergraduate degree.
Student Riya Sembhi '25 shares her experience about the education department’s excursion to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C that expanded her perspective on the devastation of the Holocaust.
Widener prepares future teachers with extra classroom experience prior to their student teaching placements.