Stacey Robertson arrives today as Widener’s 11th president. She is ready to boldly lead the 200-year-old university by empowering our community of learners to discover and create better futures.
Widener Small Business Development Center Aids 40 Local Artists in Securing Creative Entrepreneurship Grants
Widener students and staff at the Small Business Development center referred and aided in the application of 49 creative entrepreneurs from Delaware and Philadelphia counties to a grant program funded by the Creative Entrepreneur Accelerator.
Widener University’s leadership in the areas of diversity, equity and inclusion has attracted the attention of a prominent national higher education publication.
Recently secured funding is positioning Widener’s Integrated Professional Studies Program to continue helping students with intellectual disabilities as they build the self-advocacy, independence, and confidence to succeed in rewarding careers.
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