Thursday, March 8, 2018

In the News:

  • Area students named to dean’s list at Widener Law Commonwealth – Herald Mail Media (3/6 – Article lists Widener Law Commonwealth students on the dean’s list for the fall 2017 semester)
  • One of a Kind: The Independence Blue Cross Foundation Nursing Internship Program – Independence Blue Cross Foundation (3/7 – Darrell Spurlock, Jr., director of Widener’s Leadership Center for Nursing Education Research summarizes his in-depth program evaluation of the Foundation’s Nursing Internship Program in this blog)
  • College students spend spring break giving back to Horry County family – WBTW-CBS News 13 (3/8 – This morning news story features senior Tyanna Walker and other Widener students on Alternative Spring Break repairing homes in Horry County, SC)
  • Federal courts stand as last hurdle for state court’s gerrymander fix – The Meadville Tribune (3/8 – Commonwealth Law Professor Michael Dimino is quoted. This article also appeared in The Daily Item.)

Alumni News:

  • ISPA names Clarke VP policy, government affairs – Furniture Today (3/6 – The International Sleep Products Association has named Marie Clarke, a Delaware Law graduate, vice president for policy and government affairs)
  • Augusthy Named New Director of Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust – (3/6 – Deputy Attorney General and Widener School of Law graduate Sonia Augusthy was appointed as the new head of the Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust)
  • St. Joseph Marello Smoker is March 18 – Pittston Sunday Dispatch (3/7 – Article mentions Widener Law graduate Sam Falcone Jr.)

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