Robotics engineering student Emily Wolfe '22 is contributing to the transformative power of automation in the agricultural industry as part of a faculty-student summer research project.
The Summer Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (SURCA) program at Widener can be a foundation for some students to enter prestigious PhD programs and lead research on important topics.
Hands-on research opportunities at Widener give students the chance to explore their interests, build a foundation of experience, and hone skills for their future professions.
The Widener community connected virtually with Bryan Alexander, an award-winning, internationally known futurist, researcher and writer who works in the field of higher education's future, for the highly anticipated annual Beideman Visiting Scholar lecture.
Professor Stephen R. Madigosky has been named the university’s fifth Cynthia H. Sarnoski Endowed Science Faculty Fellow to support his faculty-student research on how flightless animals move through the Amazon rainforest’s upper canopy.
When COVID-19 prevented athletes from competing, Physical Therapy Professor and colleagues created the Achieve Mask to help players and sports teams safely return to play.
Where can you use Nobel Prize-winning “genetic scissors” to research the impact of heat stress on commercial chickens or fat formation in fruit flies and humans? In Widener’s undergraduate biology and biochemistry labs.
Political science students Cloë A. Di Flumeri ‘23 and Jack Heavner ’21 harness SURCA research findings to gain a deeper understanding to American politics at the state and national levels.
A Bird’s-Eye View of Summer Research: Students Test Detergents to Save Wildlife Affected by Oil Spills
As part of a new partnership with Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research, Inc., a student-faculty chemistry team are testing detergents to determine which is most effective at cleaning oil from the feathers of affected wildlife.