Founders Hall: WU New Nursing Building

                        Center For Simulation
  • The School of Nursing has developed a model for replacing up to 12% of clinical hours with simulation
  • Simulation provides students the opportunity to master interventions in high-risk, low-volume situations
  • Foundation grants helped to add simulation manikins
                  State-of-the-Art Simulation Center
  • Pediatric Simulation
  • Labor/Delivery/Recovery Suite
  • Intensive Care/Trauma Suite
  • Home Care Suite
  • 8 Bed Hospital Simulation Ward
  • 8 Station Assessment/Examination Simulation
  • 2 Nurse Practitioner Exam Rooms
  • Nurse's Station
  • Digital Recording/Simulation Management System

                    Classroom Space
  • 1 Auditorium (165 seats) 
  • 3 Large Classrooms (70 seats each)
     *One with videoconferencing capability *
  • 1 Simulation Debriefing Classroom (24 seats)
  • 1 Seminar room (20 seats)
  • 3 Seminar/Conference Rooms (16 seats)


Oskin Leadership Institute 

The new Oskin Leadership Institute, announced in November 2008 with a $5 million gift from the family of David W. (’64, '07H) and JoEllen Oskin, will provide a variety of opportunities for Widener undergraduate and graduate students to participate in leadership development activities, experiential learning, and international opportunities focused on developing the character, courage and competencies to affect positive change throughout the world. In addition, the institute will work with corporations and other organizations to offer an executive leadership program, providing opportunities for corporate and non-profit executives to enhance their global leadership skills.

For more information about the new building, click the link below