Thursday, September 21, 2017

Alumni News:

  • Business people: Family Court Commissioner Sworn In – Delaware Business Now (9/19 – Craig R. Fitzgerald, a Delaware Law graduate, was sworn in as a Delaware Family Court commissioner)

Events for Main Campus on Thursday:

  • State Street Reading Series; 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Media Arts Center Gallery, 609 W. State Street, Media, Pennsylvania

Athletic Update:

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

In the news:

  • State Superior Court hears arguments at Widener session – The Delaware County Daily Times (9/19 – Story on the Superior Court’s visit to main campus)
  • Widener-Sponsored Reading Series Kicks off Fourth Season Sept. 21 – Public Now (9/19)

Press Releases:

Events on Main Campus Today:

  • Public Lecture by Dirk Vanderbeke, professor at University of Jena in Germany; 4 p.m.; Freedom Hall
  • ISS Chats & Chocolate; 3 to 5 p.m.; University Center Legacy Lounge

Athletic Update:

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

In the News:

  • Deputy AG Rosenstein addresses Constitution Center crowd, stays mum on Mueller – The Philadelphia Inquirer (9/18 – Matthew Stellfox, the president of Widener University’s libertarian group Young Americans for Liberty was quoted)

Alumni News:

  • Morganville resident being inducted into the Alfred Univ. Hall of Fame – Asbury Park Press (9/18 – Laura Loehle earned a master’s degree in engineering management from Widener)
  • W-B YMCA to honor Clayton Karambelas, Eric Mahler, Michael Hirthler and Air Excellence – The Citizens’ Voice (9/19 – Eric Mahler is a Delaware Law graduate)

Events on Main Campus Today:

 

Athletic Update:

Monday, September 18, 2017

In the News:

  • Johnson & Johnson’s Newest Talc Problem? Asbestos – Bloomberg (9/14 – Article features commentary from Delaware Law Distinguished Professor Emerita Jean Eggen)
  • Bucks County attorneys speak on future of environmental rights in Pennsylvania – Bucks County Courier Times (9/15 – Commonwealth Law School Professor John Dernbach was quoted)
  • Complaints rise against Delaware doctors, but punishment varies – The News Journal (9/15 – Article mentions a report by Linda L. Ammons, former dean of Delaware Law School)
  • Nursing school faces stereotypes in drive to recruit more male, minority students – The GW Hatchet (9/18 – Normajean Colby, an assistant professor of nursing, was quoted)
  • Mystery of H.H. Holmes’ final resting spot solved – The Reporter (9/18 – Professor Emeritus Joseph Edgette provided expert commentary)

Events on Main Campus Today:

  • Volunteer Fair & Taste of Chester; 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.; University Center Atrium
  • Public Stargazing; 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Widener Observatory

Events at Delaware Law Today:

  • People to People Event for Peace Week; 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.; Ruby Vale Moot Court Room

Athletic Update:

Friday, September 15, 2017

In the News:

  • America has rich history of debate over hate speech: Delaware Voices – The News Journal (9/14 – Delaware Lawn Dean Rodney Smolla wrote an opinion piece)
  • School of Engineering Names Nick Cirilli and Rosalie Hornbuckle to Board of Advisors – Public Now (9/14 – Nick Cirilli and Rosalie Hornbuckle were named to the advisory board for the School of Engineering. )

Alumni News:

  • South Philly’s Dennis James to be inducted into Widener Hall of Fame – The Philadelphia Tribune (9/15 – A feature story on Dennis James being inducted into the Widener Athletics Hall of Fame. Tickets to the Oct. 13 dinner and induction ceremony are available here.)
  • Crozer-Keystone Recognizes Jacquelyn Madden, R.N. as a DAISY Award Recipient – Hellenic News of America (9/13 – Jacquelyn Madden is a 2016 graduate of Widener)

Press Releases:

Athletic Update:

Events on Main Campus Saturday:

  • Football vs. Misericordia; 1:07 p.m.; Home
  • Men’s Soccer vs. Gwynedd Mercy; 5 p.m.; Home

Events at Commonwealth Saturday:

  • Annual Dean’s Picnic; 12 to 3 p.m.; Lawn beside the Students Organizations Building