Widener students have a history of being politically engaged citizens and having exceptional voter turnout.
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Over the years, students from across majors have interned for the 139-year-old franchise, and alumni have gone on to work for - and even play for – the organization.
International student-athletes have found a second home playing for the Pride. Embraced by the campus, these students bring new perspectives, both on the field and off.
Widener's School of Business Administration's Future of Work Conference brought learning and networking opportunities to students to prepare them for the ever-changing professional landscape.
Take a look at some photos and figures from this year’s Homecoming celebration.
Engineering majors Sean Crook and Nick Lambert are the latest recipients of the Department of Defense’s SMART scholarship, which puts them on track to join the department’s civilian workforce after graduation where they’ll advance the science and engineering technology behind some of the country’s service branches.
Turning Up the Heat: Annual Summertime Program Helps Widener Students Apply Classroom Knowledge to Real-World Issues
The Summer Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities program, or SURCA, saw a record number of participants this year from across academic disciplines. Included in this group were several students taking part for the first time.
Widener engineering’s annual summer camp provides local students with hands-on experience and an introduction into a potential career.
As the 2022 fall semester gets underway, President Stacey Robertson sets the tone for an exceptional experience by reminding students they belong at Widener, and their presence enriches the university.
As new and returning students arrived on campus, Widener celebrated the kick off the fall semester and the importance and impact of its community.