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.
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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.
Randy LeBar '23 has dedicated his career to protecting the rights of Native Americans, and he plans to use his online MSW from Widener to continue building on his years of experience.
Newly naturalized U.S. citizen Dimple Gandevia ’23 ’24 has found her place at Widener, where she has emerged as a campus leader.
As an undergraduate, Cloё Di Flumeri ’23 has built a robust résumé not only academically as a triple major, but through immersive research and internship opportunities.
At Widener, Desiree Junfijiah ’23 continues to work to see more women, and women of color, follow her into tech fields. She’s on a mission to raise awareness and to support and inspire the next generation.
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.
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.
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.