Fueled by students with a passion for helping entrepreneurs thrive, Widener’s Small Business Development Center helped open Everest Urgent Care in Chester, part of the $42 million Silvercare Campus Project coming to the city.
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Trustee Domenic Colasante '10 says Widener's financial support during his time of need changed the course of his life. Now, he wants to help students facing similar financial challenges.
Doctoral Students Serve as Psychology and Organizational Consultants to Help Restore Historic Community Landmark
A student-led project out of the graduate clinical psychology program transformed a first-year course into an opportunity to help restore Chester’s Old Third Presbyterian Church after a fire destroyed the historic structure.
Each year, Widener marketing students participate in collegiate sales challenges where they network with alumni and employers, and often secure job offers.
For 17 years, President Joe Biden served as an adjunct professor at Delaware Law School. On inauguration day, graduates remember the career and life lessons shared during his time in the classroom.
A collaboration with Windesheim University in The Netherlands has Widener business students working virtually across borders, time zones, and cultures—and finding friends in the process.
A series of science fairs hosted by Widener elementary teacher candidates shows the creativity and resiliency of the students, their teachers, and a community-focused program.
COVID has temporarily prevented freshman international student Thanos Tziatzioulis from coming to campus. But the Greek native and recipient of the #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship has been warmly welcomed into the Widener community.
COVID-19 has certainly shaped 2020. But it’s not the only noteworthy event from this past year. Before we welcome 2021, we’re taking a look back at this extraordinary year, and the remarkable role Widener played in it.
The university community has heeded the lessons learned from virtual engagement last spring to expand and innovate opportunities this fall. Campus leaders will build upon it even further for spring 2021.