In this podcast interview, Dr. Julie E. Wollman reflects on her service as president of Widener University since 2016.
Meet Gavin Poole and Kripaya Varghese, the undergraduate and graduate students nominated by their peers to deliver video messages to their fellow graduates ahead of the 2022 commencement celebrations.
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.
In 1972, the school transitioned from a military college to a civilian one and took on the name Widener. Though not universally embraced, the move set the school on a new path of growth and innovation grounded in its roots.
In the NanoBio Lab, Professor Sachin Patil and his team of student-researchers are producing findings that advance treatments against some of the most devastating illnesses, from Alzheimer’s disease to cancer.
Before we welcome 2022, we're taking a look back at the year that was - and trust us when we say, 2021 was a whole vibe.
This year’s Homecoming offers something for everyone – a renewal of many of the on-campus traditions and events, as well as a slate of virtual programming. The weekend also marks the public kickoff of Widener’s bicentennial celebration.
The Wolfgram Memorial Library celebrates 50 years of serving the research and academic needs of the Widener community. Take a look back at the library's history that is as unique as its iconic structure.