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.
Each year, Widener marketing students participate in collegiate sales challenges where they network with alumni and employers, and often secure job offers.
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.