A collaboration with Windesheim University in The Netherlands has Widener business students working virtually across borders, time zones, and cultures—and finding friends in the process.
A series of science fairs hosted by Widener elementary teacher candidates shows the creativity and resiliency of the students, their teachers, and a community-focused program.
Ten years after the African & African American Studies minor launched, and following a summer of heightened national awareness surrounding racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement, Widener is revamping the program.
A multicultural psychology course uses a flipped learning model and service learning to better prepare students to live and work in a diverse world.
Two Widener alumni, and their digital marketing company, helped bring Philadelphia’s virtual Veterans Parade to life. They got some help from fellow Widener graduates, current students, faculty, and campus facilities.
This semester, Wawa is embedded as a case study in an introductory management course, with company executives, including Widener alumni, speaking to students and offering advice. It’s just one of several connections between the university and the convenience store chain.
Widener faculty are reexamining the curriculum and their teaching practices to further promote inclusivity within their classrooms and to better prepare students to live, work, and thrive in an increasingly diverse world.
In the current economic climate, many people are turning to graduate school as a way to succeed in a rapidly changing world.
When COVID-19 forced the closure of K-12 schools in mid-March, Widener student teachers found themselves embarking on a new partnership with Agora Cyber Charter School.
Investment portfolios managed by students and faculty advisers have doubled in the past five years, now exceeding a combined $1 million.