CHESTER, Pennsylvania — Widener University honored graduates at ceremonies between May 11 and 14 on the campus in Chester, Pennsylvania. The university provided two in-person, outdoor celebration options for students who chose to participate:
A drive-through ceremony where graduates were able to exit their vehicles and be recognized as they crossed a stage in front of the historic Old Main administration building, according to the University, in a news release. A series of traditional "mini" ceremonies on campus at Memorial Field, with 100 or fewer graduates at each. Virtual, asynchronous celebratory content was also provided through widener.edu for all graduates, whether or not they chose to participate in an in-person ceremony.
Nadejda Stancioff, of Camden, earned a Master of Social Work from the College of Health & Human Services .
Widener University is a private institution known for its commitment to the personal and professional success of every student, where academic experiences are distinguished by excellence and students develop the leadership qualities employers seek. Core values of respect, integrity and excellence are reflected in an outstanding student experience provided through an agile, innovative and inclusive approach to learning. Industry-shaping faculty provide close, personal mentorship and share powerful connections that help students build professional networks. Recognized as one of the Philadelphia region's leading universities, Widener offers programs and experiences that empower our community of learners to discover and create better futures as scholars, leaders and globally engaged citizens. Visit the university website at widener.edu.