Leth Oun, author of A Refugee’s American Dream: From the Killing Fields of Cambodia to the U.S. Secret Service, built the foundation for his U.S. Secret Service career at Widener.
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The 2023 Alumni Awards recognized the accomplishments of Jill Borin, Donya Moore, Col. Tom Vossler, Ryan Raiker, and Marcia Zaruba O’Connor at an intimate ceremony.
From his work as the university's executive director of facilities management to her exceptional volunteerism, Kevin and Kristin Kane make giving to Widener a family affair.
Widener celebrated the accomplishments of nearly 1,400 graduates over a series of ceremonies on Memorial Field.
Driven by student demand and growing diversity on campus, chapters of two historically Black fraternities – Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. – have been reactivated on campus.
Leading an organization dedicated to professional and personal networking, community service, and student success is no small feat, but Widener’s Alumni Council does all this and more.
On October 14, 2022, Widener inducted its fifth Athletics Hall of Fame class: Annette Angelotti Reiter '83, Laurie Barbour Eriksen '82, Tony Caia '50, Rich Grzeszkowiak '80, Gibson Ivery '77, Lou Stevens '88, and the 1981 national championship football team.
We're excited to bring you our new podcast Far and Widener! In this first interview, Greg Potter interviews Widener University President Stacey Robertson.
Take a look at some photos and figures from this year’s Homecoming celebration.
In August, the White House announced the Student Debt Relief Plan, a comprehensive policy that will implement a series of debt forgiveness measures for eligible federal loan borrowers. As a potential recipient of this relief, we want to make you aware of key details of this plan, how it may apply to you, and important next steps.