Thursday, July 12, 2018

Alumni News:

  • Advancing Communities Podcast (7/3 – Jeffery Hayward, a Widener graduate and Executive VP and Head of Multifamily at Fannie Mae, is a featured guest on the podcast and mentions his education at Widener and how it shaped his career)
  • Tony G’s in Jeffersonville expands with new parking lot – Times Herald (7/11 – Tony G’s owner, Keith Gallo, earned his degree in restaurant management from Widener)

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Pride Experience 1: Summer Registration; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; main campus
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

In the News:

  • With new SCOTUS nominee, what will happen to abortions in Delaware? – The News Journal (7/9 – Article references and quotes Delaware Law professor Alan Garfield)
  • Law professor: Kavanaugh as SCOTUS nominee was ‘safest bet,’ will come under scrutiny – WDEL (7/11 – Delaware Law professor John Culhane spoke with WDEL on President Trump’s rational for nominating Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court)

Alumni News:

  • A teacher’s persistence: Professor Towne’s journey as a sex ed teacher, volunteer, researcher – The Collegian (7/10 – Angela Towne earned her doctoral graduate from the Center for Human Sexuality Studies)

Press Release:

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Pride Experience 1: Summer Registration; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; main campus

 

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

In the News:

  • J&J Gets Two Talc Appeals Wins, but Broad Impact Questioned – Bloomberg (7/5 – Jean M. Eggen, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Law at Delaware Law School, is quoted)
  • Supreme Court ruling on police use of cellphone data may derail Hockessin murder case – The News Journal (7/6 – Romie Griesmer, a lecturer of law and supervising attorney to Delaware Law’s criminal defense clinic, is quoted on new limitations on police access to such cellphone data)
  • Trump Picked Kavanaugh. How Will He Change the Supreme Court? – Politico (7/9 – John Culhane, professor and co-director of the Family Health Law and Policy Institute at Delaware Law School, provides commentary on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee)

Alumni News:

  • How Trump and two lawyers narrowed the field for his Supreme Court choice – The Washington Post (7/8 – Article features Donald F. McGahn II who is a 1994 graduate of Widener Law Commonwealth and currently serves as White House Counsel)
  • Who’s News: Lancaster County hirings and promotions – Lancaster Online (7/9 – Widener Law graduate Jonathan D. Landua was hired by Saxton & Stump as an associate attorney, focusing on health care, health care litigation and commercial litigation)

Tune in Today:

  • WDEL News Radio; 4:25 p.m.; Delaware Law Professor John Culhane will be on air talking about the new Supreme Court nominee

Press Releases:

Athletics Update:

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Pride Experience 1: Summer Registration; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; main campus

 

Monday, July 9, 2018

In the News:

  • The next Supreme Court justice should have an open mind like Kennedy’s – The News Journal (7/3 – Delaware Law professor Alan Garfield is the author of this opinion piece discussing the future of the Supreme Court after Justice Kennedy’s retirement)
  • News Transcript On Campus, July 4 – CentralJersey.com (7/3 – Mitchell MacKesy and Briana Yellin are listed for their dean’s list achievements)
  • Travel Stories Drive New Winners In Week Three Of #MyTopCollege – Forbes (7/6 – Widener is ranked in seventh place in week three of the Forbes #MyTopCollege social media challenge)
  • Campus notes – Reading Eagle (7/8 – Article lists local Widener students who recently earned degrees at the graduate and undergraduate level)
  • In the Service/Colleges – July 8, 2018 – New Jersey Herald (7/8 – Emily Garofalo was named to Widener dean’s list for the 2018 spring semester)
  • Hunter Travels To Costa Rica – Town Lively (Tracy Hunter, a senior biochemistry and environmental science major at Widener, traveled to Costa Rica from May 12 to 21 as part of an interdisciplinary course called Coffee Culture and the Environment)

Alumni News:

  • Amazon Delves into Health Data – The Wall Street Journal (7/2 – Ryan Stark, a 2007 Widener Law Commonwealth graduate, is quoted in the article regarding the privacy issues that may arise over Amazon’s entry into the prescription drug business)
  • Kimmel Carter Lawyer Speaks on Panel, Explains Global Commutation – Delaware Law Weekly (7/3 – Jonathan O’Neill, a Delaware Law graduate and partner at Kimmel, Carter, Roman, Peltz & O’Neill, spoke on a panel in regard to commutation in workers’ compensation cases)
  • Business people: July 5, 2018 – Delaware Business Now (7/5 – Easterseals Delaware & Maryland’s Eastern Shore welcomed Widener Law graduate Mindi Moore Tunnell to its Board of Directors)
  • Chase files for district court judge – The Dispatch (7/6 – Delaware Law graduate Shelby Chase has filed for judgeship in the Davidson and Davie counties)

Athletic Update:

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

In the News:

  • New Competitors Emerge In Week Two Of #MyTopCollege – Forbes (6/29 – Widener earned sixth place with 29 posts last week in the social media competition)
  • Dean’s List for June 30 – The Sentinel (6/29 – Leksi Travitz, Justin O’Brien, Emily Baker, Emma Digilio and James Lisk were named to the dean’s list)
  • In the Colleges/Military – July 1, 2018 – New Jersey Herald (7/1 – Michael Berado  graduated from Widener with a doctor of physical therapy in physical therapy)
  • Student News – Kent County News (7/2 – Tykeya Jones and Hailey Wallace both achieved dean’s list in the spring 2018 semester)
  • Misericordia professor earns Ph.D. from Widener – Times Leader (7/3 – Darlene Kuchinski-Donnelly, an assistant professor of nursing at Misericordia University, earned a Ph.D. in nursing from Widener)

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