A $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health, one of the largest ever awarded to Widener, is advancing Associate Professor Anita Singh’s research to treat birth-related injuries among newborns and fueling student research experiences.
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.
A $175,000 grant awarded to Widener’s Child Development Center underscores its efforts to provide high-demand child care while placing undergraduate and graduate students in a real-life learning laboratory to gain valuable hands-on field experience.
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.
Widener nursing secured a $1.6 million grant over four years to implement Project PRIDE, a program-led initiative to create a workforce that is reflective of the patients and communities served by diversifying the nursing student population.
Widener Board of Trustees Chair Paul Beideman, who has been a champion for the university and its programs, is receiving a national award in connection with his service.
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.
The School of Nursing secured $214,000 to address the shortage of nurse educators through the Nurse Faculty Loan Program.
A student-designed mental health campaign, called Breathe, has won an international award and been praised as a national model for other institutions.