At the heart of the Widener experience are the talented and caring professors who make their students' education and personal well-being their first priority.
Guidance and connections from mentors help place our students on the inside track to personal and professional success.
When I’m in a patient’s room, assessing and giving medications, I hear my professors’ voices from lectures. They’ve made me the best nurse I could possibly be and continue to grow into.
You make time for the things you love. I love chemistry and learning. I love being a leader on campus and learning how to be a better person every day.
“I always wanted to be a doctor. I think it was an intrinsic motivation that I’ve always had.”
Having an MBA from Widener and being exposed to health care management will allow me to help even more patients than I would in an eight-hour, in-person shift.
What I’ve learned through the MEd program is the skills to succeed, whether it is organizational administration, coaching and developing leaders, or even the vernacular to know what is going on in the world of higher education.
Our criminal justice system has so many wrongs, I want to stop those wrongs.
More Stories About Our Faculty
After trying final semesters during COVID-19, alumni from the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology offer their support for students through sponsoring doctoral hoods for each graduate.
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.
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.