Widener’s Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies program and the Wolfgram Memorial Library's Sexuality Archives secured $10,000 from the Council of Independent Colleges to fund undergraduate research.
Widener student-faculty teams from across the academic disciplines are contributing to the growing body of climate and environmental research, exploring ways to effectively address the issues and push the planet toward a healthier, greener, and more sustainable future.
The National Science Foundation awarded Professor Dawn Gulick $748,000 to continue developing an innovative orthopedic device aimed at improving joint mobility through quantitative assessment.
Associate Professor Janice Krumm and the Delaware Museum of Natural History secured a one-year grant for approximately $75,000 from the National Science Foundation to create a national network to support research courses that connect students with digitized natural history collections.
Student faculty-research team uses red wine derivative to stop progression of Alzheimer’s disease.
Widener students and faculty shared their experiences with high-impact practices, including service learning activities, research with faculty, internships and co-ops, study abroad, and senior projects.