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Turning Co-Op into Career

Each year Widener students field full-time job offers from their co-op employers - in many cases months ahead of graduation.

Sophomore Taylor Kohnow visits an off-site location to test run autonomous drones during her co-op at Exyn Technologies

Mapping the Future of Robotics Engineering

Robotics engineering students are gaining an early introduction to the cutting-edge and diverse robotics industry through co-ops that offer hands-on, real-world experience.

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Widener Receives $1.35 Million for Opioid Treatment Training

The Health Resources and Services Administration awarded Sanjay Nath, associate professor of graduate clinical psychology, a three-year, $1.35 million grant to launch an integrated care treatment program for individuals who battle Opioid Use Disorder and Substance Use Disorders.

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A Patient-Centered Approach to Cancer Care

A Widener student-faculty research team is investigating alternative drugs for cancer immunotherapy treatments that are both physically and financially easier for patients to withstand.

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Creating a National Model for Research

Associate Professor Janice Krumm and the Delaware Museum of Natural History secured a one-year grant for approximately $75,000 from the National Science Foundation to create a national network to support research courses that connect students with digitized natural history collections.

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A Path to Publishing

Marking its 10th year, The Blue Route literary journal offers students hands-on publishing experience, helping to launch careers.

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From the Field to the Classroom

Numerous Widener faculty split their time between their respective fields and preparing the next generation of professionals.