Tiernan Johnson ’23 overcame many hurdles before coming to Widener. He wasn’t always sure what he wanted to study, but his love of soccer was the constant through it all.
On the inside track, students like you have turned their education into extraordinary careers. Check out their stories.
Vinny Csercsevits ’25 spent his summer in Florida as part of a competitive research program funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and the National Science Foundation.
Aliya Covington’s '99 '07 '22 educational journey hasn’t always been easy, but Widener has been her home through it all.
Andrew Proctor ’19 is the game entertainment producer for the Washington Commanders. His impressive résumé includes work for the Philadelphia Eagles, 76ers, Flyers, and Wings.
Christina Burke ’23 incorporated her many passions – from exercise science, art therapy and exploring nature – into her occupational therapy education to create a meaningful capstone experience and shape her approach to therapy.
Natalie Sassi’s ’23 took the stage at TEDxWidenerUniversity event to raise awareness on human trafficking and added some serious credentials to her résumé in the process.
With support from the Career, Design & Development office, Noah Gilbert’s ’24 co-op transformed his undergraduate career. He's grateful for the experience and can't recommend it enough to his peers.
Janaeyah Reid '24 chose Widener to grow her skills and build on her already extensive career in the social work field.
At Widener, Ariana Hurtado-Day '23 has been gaining career-building experiences, making an impact in the community, and honing her leadership skills — all while making a little history along the way.