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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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.
Interdisciplinary course brings biomedical engineering and nursing students together to tackle real-world issues in the health field.
Marking its 10th year, The Blue Route literary journal offers students hands-on publishing experience, helping to launch careers.
Numerous Widener faculty split their time between their respective fields and preparing the next generation of professionals.
Widener students and faculty shared their experiences with high-impact practices, including service learning activities, research with faculty, internships and co-ops, study abroad, and senior projects.
Devin Hartnett joins university as the first head coach of the Esports program.
Engineering students, faculty and alumni were in attendance to celebrate the opening of the new robotics lab in Kirkbride Hall on March 14.
From day one, robotics engineering students gain hands-on experiences and develop leadership skills to prepare for this cutting-edge field.