When Mamadou Keita emigrated from his West African home country of Guinea to Pennsylvania, he had a mission: earn a college degree. Now, with that mission accomplished twice – a bachelor’s degree in...
On the inside track, students like you have turned their education into extraordinary careers. Check out their stories.
Thanks to Widener’s accelerated physical therapy doctoral program, impactful clinical experiences, and connections forged on campus, Alanna DiBiasi has built a successful career helping military personnel recover from injury.
Venezuelan native Luis Aguilar found a home at Widener, a place where he could forge strong mentorships and lifelong friendships, and pursue his interests in brain-computer interface research.
In Widener’s state-of-the-art nursing simulation labs, and at clinical rotations at major Philadelphia-area hospitals, Kaylee Horchak has gained a healthy dose of experience preparing for a career in pediatric nursing.