Guided by the ethos “We’re All Widener,” the university explores the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on this national holiday and echoes his commitment to a more just world through our actions and programs.
Seven leaders from across university departments and disciplines come together to discuss Widener’s collective future.
The university’s new Speech-Language Pathology Clinic provides pro bono bilingual speech and language therapy services alongside interprofessional collaboration and experiential learning for graduate students.
Ijjae Hill will draw on her deep-seated commitment to service and helping others in her new role of student trustee on the Widener Board of Trustees.
A student-driven initiative is reducing plastic usage in the Pride Café by giving diners reusable bags and the option to skip plastic bags for mobile food orders.
The annual Schmutz Student Engagement Mini Grants will fund four undergraduate and graduate student initiatives conducted with community partners around Chester.
These trilingual Widener graduates have tapped into language programs and international clubs and services to help secure internships and other opportunities that will give them an advantage on the job market.
A grant is helping Widener students provide COVID-19 tests for uninsured city residents, to conduct research on health disparities, and to host an educational forum.
Students in the graduate clinical psychology program launched an advocacy campaign to support prioritizing COVID-19 vaccinations for teachers in Delaware County.