Opportunities to partner on faculty research and collaborate across disciplines put Li Lock on track to a position at a regional Planned Parenthood tasked with investigating and teaching sexual health and wellness.
On the inside track, students like you have turned their education into extraordinary careers. Check out their stories.
Close faculty mentorships, transformational experiences on campus and abroad, and the opportunity to take on leadership roles, have all prepared Zan Usmani ’21 to sink his teeth into his next step: a career in dentistry.
Through the doctoral program in K-12 educational leadership, Jeanne McCarthy ’20 was prepared to make the leap into the world of online education. The research she conducted at Widener continues to guide her career today.
With two Widener business degrees in hand and another on the way, Aly Horton balances a full-time course load and a full-time job with support from professors who help transform classroom knowledge into real-life success.
Davida Vogel '22 is blending her passions of clinical psychology and executive coaching through Widener's powerhouse clinical psychology (PsyD)/MBA dual degree program, clinical experience, and hands-on research and internships.
Diamond Schuler Douyon '18 transferred to Widener because of its proximity to Philadelphia, family-like community, and powerhouse programs. But it was the meaningful faculty mentorship that defined her Widener student experience and led her to her career today.
At Widener, computer science major Abhay Aradhya ’18 brought his skills to research projects on climate change, cancer treatment, and genomics – all preparing him for a career as a physician-scientist.
With three internships and three study abroad trips completed, international business major Jessica Feoli builds a network to help her reach a career in global business development.