Thursday, July 24, 2014

In the News:

  • Detroit pensioners approve bankruptcy haircut in landslide – Fortune (7/22 -  Law Professor Juliet Moringiello was quoted) 
  • Explained: The Colo. ballot initiatives that would limit oil and gas development – Colorado Public Radio (7/21 - Distinguished Professor of Law John C. Dernbach was quoted in the audio clip) 
  • Citizen groups appeal state’s plan for pickle plant – Cape Gazette (7/21 - Mention of Kenneth T. Kristl, associate professor of law and director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law)
  • 5 things learned from Giants fan beating verdict – The Washington Post (7/10 - Christopher J. Robinette, associate professor of law, provided expert commentary in this Associated Press story) 

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

In the News:

  • Detroit workers, retirees give bankruptcy plan a boost - The Morning Call (7/22 – Law Professor Juliet Moringiello provided expert commentary. Similar stories appeared in a few news outlets including the Daily Press and KWSN-AM
  • SEXUALITY MATTERS: A cross cultural comparison of adolescent sexual health education in the US and the Netherlands – News of Delaware County (7/22 – Monthly column written by a student in the human sexuality program at Widener. This month’s column was written by Erin Ward)

Athletic Update:

 

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

In the News:

  • Senior Notes – Daily Local News (7/21 – Mention of upcoming movie viewings at the Osher Lifelong Living Institute
  • Dean’s List – Standard Speaker (7/20 – Student named to the dean’s list at the School of Law
  • College students bring home degrees - Madison Eagle News (7/19 – Mention of a graduate from the School of Engineering
  • WPHS grad receives doctorate in Clinical Psychology, masters in business – Tidewater Review (7/18 – Mention of a graduate from the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology
  • Davis takes academic trip to Amsterdam – Citizens Voice (7/18 – Mention of a recent trip the School of Human Service Professions took to Amsterdam) 
  • Commonwealth Court throws out several challenges to Act 13, including ‘doctor gag rule’ – NPR’s State Impact (7/17  -  Distinguished Professor of Law John Dernbach provided expert commentary) 

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Monday, July 21, 2014

In the News:

  • Corbett’s chances at holding Pa. governor job tied to GOP nest egg – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (7/21 – Wes Leckrone, associate professor of political science, was quoted) 
  • Get a room: Why all the sex in public? – The News Journal (7/21 – Law Professor Jules Epstein was quoted) 
  • Graduates – Spring 2014 – Bucks County Courier Times (7/21 – Listing of recent graduates from the School of Law)
  • People on the Move – The Philadelphia Business Journal (7/17 – Shanna Williams named director of Social Work Counseling Services at Widener) 
  • People you know for 7/17 – York Dispatch (7/17 – Widener Student Maggie Stauffer participated in an intensive international course in Italy)

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

In the News:

  • Professor Outlines 5 Steps To Resolve Conflict- Wisconsin Public Radio (NPR) (7/16 – Dr. Hal Shorey, associate professor of clinical psychology and director of Organizational Development Services, was interviewed on The Joy Cardin Show regarding tips to  apologize) 
  • Delaware Dems can’t agree on endorsement for treasurer – WHYY Newsworks (7/16 – Mention of the debate held at the School of Law, Delaware Campus)
  • Neighbor News: Student News, July 16, 2014 – Neighbor News, Journal News, and Citizens Voice (7/16 – Mention of a student named to the dean’s list at Widener) 
  • On Campus – The Messenger-Press (7/16 – Mention of a recent graduate from the School of Law

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