A student-designed mental health campaign, called Breathe, has won an international award and been praised as a national model for other institutions.
Many projects at Widener this summer have not only adjusted their format to a virtual setting, but have planned their research topics to advance our understanding of COVID-19.
Associate Professor of Biology Janice Krumm has been awarded nearly $200,000 in a National Science Foundation RAPID grant to develop online-based research experiences for hundreds to thousands of...
Graduate students showcased the experience and knowledge gained from hands-on research projects during this year's virtual Graduate Student Research Symposium.
Professor Janine Utell, chair of the English and Creative Writing Department, will be the university’s Homer C. Nearing, Jr. Distinguished Professor in English. The two-year distinguished...
As Widener University bids farewell to its 2020 graduate students, it is worth reminiscing about their unique journey to a valued graduate degree.
In the face of COVID-19, students across disciplines continued faculty-guided research and hands-on projects to present their work virtually in the two-decade-old tradition of Student Projects Day.
Donna McCloskey, a professor in the School of Business Administration, shares advice on how to set boundaries when work and home life collide.
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.