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Spotlighting Our Alumni

News & Highlights

Sharing Updates and Stories from Our Inspiring Alumni Community

Widener is proud of its alumni, like you, who are doing great things around the world. We've compiled these stories spotlighting alumni and students that are helping to raise the profile of Widener University.

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Pride Perspectives

Our Widener students and recent alumni are accomplishing great things.

Randy LeBar leaning against a tree

“It has been a wonderful experience so far because of the support I received.”

Randy LeBar

Randy's Story
Student holds a citizenship document while standing in front of a background with American flag and other Americana

Widener is definitely like a home away from home. I spend a lot of time here, so I’ve gotten used to the environment. It’s very comfortable and everyone here is really nice.

Dimple Gandevia

Dimple's Story
Cloe DiFlumeri poses alongside two individuals during an internship at Museum of Arts and Sciences.

There’s so much overlap with my majors. They’re interdisciplinary so they allow me to explore my passions, but I love the different perspectives they all bring.

Cloë Di Flumeri

Cloë's Story
Tatyannah King poses for a photo, which is inserted in a blue graphic with yellow lines and arrows

I think that knowledge about sex education and human sexuality genuinely saves lives, so you shouldn’t try to hide it from people.

Tatyannah King

Tatyannah's Story
An online MSW student is seen sitting at a desk working with a client.

Widener has stood up to its reviews -- it’s an exceptional school. The educational experience is priceless.

Erin Waters

Erin's Story
Desiree Junfijiah points to a computer screen she's working on

I feel like it’s my job to help someone who comes after me – women and also black people in tech. I think about myself. I didn’t have someone to look to.

Desiree Junfijiah

Desiree's Story

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