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‘Check Up from the Neck Up’ Prioritizes Student Athletes’ Well-Being
Widener University's Counseling and Psychological Services and Athletics departments have teamed up to create a new resource for athletes to support mental health and wellbeing.
Food for thought: New Widener Dining Dietitian is a Resource for Students
Widener students have an exceptional new health-focused resource available to them beginning this spring. Registered dietician Nora Abraham is now part of the Widener Dining program.
How Sweet it is: Widener Chef is Tops in Mid Atlantic
What’s cooking? Widener Dining’s own Executive Chef Matthew Clarke recently took home top honors at the Aramark Culinary Excellence competition for the mid-Atlantic region.