Partnering with faculty advisors, more than 60 students participated in the annual Summer Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (SURCA) program, applying what they’ve learned in the classroom to real-life, hands-on projects.
Meet Pamela McCauley, the new dean of Widener’s School of Engineering, and a trailblazer in the engineering profession.
From the Classroom to the Playing Field: Widener Professors Join Athletic Teams to Support Student-Athletes
The Athletic Faculty Advisor Program is helping bridge the divide between academics and athletics, with the goal of supporting students, improving communication, and strengthening connections across campus.
Student projects at Widener often push the boundaries of innovation, but one robotics engineering project rose above the rest to address a major problem in the drone industry.
Widener installed Stacey Robertson as its 11th president in a historic ceremony.
Widener students have an exceptional new health-focused resource available to them beginning this spring. Registered dietician Nora Abraham is now part of the Widener Dining program.
What’s cooking? Widener Dining’s own Executive Chef Matthew Clarke recently took home top honors at the Aramark Culinary Excellence competition for the mid-Atlantic region.