Dante DiBattista ’17 nearly failed out of Widener his first year. But a strong campus support system, hard work, and time for self-discovery helped him find his path.
On the inside track, students like you have turned their education into extraordinary careers. Check out their stories.
Thanks to a partnership between Widener and nearby Crozer Health, Danielle Laskowski ’22 is well on her way to a successful and rewarding career in diagnostic medical sonography.
Widener's small class sizes and hands-on learning experiences helped two-time civil engineering graduate Kevin Brown '09 '14 turn an early interest in the field into a rewarding career.
Kennedy Shaw never visited campus, knew no one when she began as a freshman, and spent her first year studying remotely due to the pandemic. But thanks to Widener’s robust support system, she found her place.
Anna Cooney has earned an All-American honor in track and field, and a nursing excellence award in her clinical work. Both her athletic and academic pursuits have taught her how to adjust and adapt to whatever comes her way.
While at Widener, Hannah Berard ’22 has had the chance to volunteer in Chester, intern with the U.S. Embassy in Pakistan, and sail around the world – all experiences helping her nurture her passion for giving back.
Undergraduate experience researching cancer, Alzheimer’s, and even COVID-19 treatment options revealed Juliette DiFlumeri’s ‘21 passion for neuroscience and laid the groundwork to pursue a dual MD/PhD degree.
As a freshman, Donya Moore rubbed shoulders with sport and event venue professionals, leading to her first internship at Hershey Entertainment and Resorts.
As a student at Widener, Jeremiah McFarland ’19 developed the leadership skills that he now uses to treat patients and will soon employ to help prepare future health care practitioners.
Aidan Looby ’21 emerged as a campus leader by taking risks and trying new things, including starting his own podcast to help showcase the research of Widener students and faculty members.