The last few weeks of the semester can bring tons of stress as we complete final projects and prepare for final exams. So we scoured campus and asked our experts for their best suggestions to help you navigate it all.
The Experience MORE! program helps financially support students who need summer break to work and earn money. The program instead makes it possible for them to do unpaid or low-paid internships that will help prepare them for rewarding careers.
Inspired by his stories, and a feeling that Widener was home, nursing major and ROTC cadet Meghan Rampolla ’25 has followed in her grandfather’s proud footsteps.
Built on a more than 160-year legacy of adaptation, the School of Engineering is embarking on its next chapter, under new leadership and with new programs designed to prepare students for the careers and challenges of tomorrow.
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