When COVID-19 forced the closure of K-12 schools in mid-March, Widener student teachers found themselves embarking on a new partnership with Agora Cyber Charter School.
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The Widener Student Emergency Fund, newly developed by the university during the pandemic, has provided immediate assistance to students with pressing, unmet needs.
This past June marked a nationwide series of rallies and protests in the United States. Individuals across the globe fought, and continue to fight, to raise awareness for racial and social injustices...
Career Design and Development launches interactive student career checklists for first-year through fourth-year undergraduate students.
An interdisciplinary research team comprised of faculty, undergraduates, and a Widener graduate published findings that may aid in the fight against COVID-19.
Investment portfolios managed by students and faculty advisers have doubled in the past five years, now exceeding a combined $1 million.
Widener University has been honored as a “Great College to Work For” by The Chronicle of Higher Education. The university was honored in four categories.
Despite unpredictable circumstances created by the pandemic, Widener’s clinics and centers remain committed to serving its constituents through virtual connections and support.
A Bird’s-Eye View of Summer Research: Students Test Detergents to Save Wildlife Affected by Oil Spills
As part of a new partnership with Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research, Inc., a student-faculty chemistry team are testing detergents to determine which is most effective at cleaning oil from the feathers of affected wildlife.
A faculty-student research team was awarded $50,000 in state funding to develop innovative solutions to a leading problem in 3D printing and manufacturing.