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.
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.
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.
Shawn Ryan celebrated his undergrad commencement from a hospital room while battling cancer. Now in remission, he will finally get to walk across the platform as he earns a master's degree in counselor education.
Several students graduating this month with doctorates in K-12 Educational Leadership were leading their schools and districts through COVID-19, while simultaneously finishing their dissertations. The lessons learned from their own studies has helped them navigate the challenges.
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.
Whether students want a career in medicine or law, Widener’s seven pre-professional pathway programs put them on track to graduate school and one step closer to achieving their career goals.
Tilelli Leadership Fellowships Prepare Graduate Students for Careers in Higher Education, Organizational Development
The generosity of a Widener alumnus who served as chair of Widener’s Board of Trustees has made leadership fellowships possible for two graduate students. Students Danielle Davis and Joy Nissen are...
Beyond continuing lessons, the band has created hybrid, virtual, and on-campus video performances, and four members were selected to take part in a video performance for the national college football championship game.
Workplace Social Justice Protest and University Class on Racism Inspire Widener Senior to Be a ‘Changemaker’
Elisha Abney '21 says she and her co-workers at a fast-food restaurant faced racist and sexist comments from senior managers. The employees decided to speak out and demand change. Taking a course at Widener on racism in America has helped Abney frame the workplace experience and process the trauma.