Monday, June 23, 2014

In the News:

  • ACA hasn’t boosted use of mental-health care services – The Philadelphia Inquirer (6/22 – Dr. Sanjay Nath, director of the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology at Widener, provided expert commentary) 
  • College News for June 21 – The Record (6/21 – Mention of a recent graduate)
  • Business Calendar – Delaware County Daily Times (6/21 – Listing of upcoming Widener Small Business Development Seminar)
  • The Wall Street Journal Publishes Joint CAGW/Utah Taxpayer Association Op Ed – Reuters (6/20 – Mention of a study done by Joseph Fuhr, professor of economics. Similar stories appeared in a number of outlets include Bloomberg Businessweek)
  • Chester approves contracts – Delaware County Daily Times (6/20 – Widener students volunteer with the Shade Tree Commission)
  • Campus News – Lebanon Daily News (6/20 – Mention of recent graduates from the School of Law)
  • Associate Professor Tonya M. Evans was interviewed on the Matt McGill Morning Show on WVON-AM about the cancellation of the Redskins’ trademark on 6/19.
  • Defenders of traditional marriage take their message to Washington – The Patriot-News (6/19 – Law Professor Randy Lee was quoted)
  • College News – Star Gazette (6/19 – Mention of a student named to the dean’s list at Widener)
  • On Campus – The Bismark Tribune (6/19 – Mention of a recent graduate)

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