The Widener University School of Business Administration launches a new major in sport and event management to give students the opportunity to work one-on-one with industry leaders from major Philadelphia sports teams and event venues.
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Widener communication studies and political science students experienced the New Hampshire primary firsthand on a four-day trip to the early primary state.
A mentoring relationship between a nursing faculty member and her doctoral student – now an alumna – developed into a professional collaboration that is producing applicable research to returning service members.
Each year Widener students field full-time job offers from their co-op employers - in many cases months ahead of graduation.
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.
Profile of 1980 alumnus Terry Halvorsen, a history graduate who spent decades in military/public service and now works as an executive at Samsung Electronics.
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.
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.
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.
Widener's Small Business Development Center is leading the way in helping clients build their businesses and students build their careers.