Monday, July 14, 2014

In the News:

  • On the Boards – The Philadelphia Inquirer (7/14 – Sophia Wisniewska and Daniel Hartney were named to the Widener University Board of Trustees)
  • Dean’s List – The Sentinel (7/12) and Republican Herald (7/13)
  • Widener’s biz-advising certification evolving – Central Penn Business Journal (7/11 – Story on the business advising certification offered at the Harrisburg Campus*)
  • Brazil Didn’t Burn During The World Cup, But What’s Next? – International Business Times (7/11 – Joseph Fuhr, professor of economics, was quoted) 
  • Community groups continue opposition to state-approved remediation plan – Delaware Newszap (7/11 – Mention of Kenneth T. Kristl associate professor of law and director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law)
  • Pennsylvania’s Environmental Rights Amendment to be spotlighted by panel – The Patriot-News (7/10 – Mention of an interview with John Dernbach, distinguished professor of law and co-director of the Environmental Law Center)
  • Rep. Rebecca Walker will not seek re-election – News Journal (7/10 –Rebecca Walker is the director of LL.M programs at the School of Law. Similar stories appeared in Smyrna-Clayton Sun Times and on WDEL-AM*)
  • Corbett Will Make Budget Decision Today – PhillyMag.com (7/10 – Reposting of a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review story in which Wes Leckrone, associate professor of political science, was quoted) 
  • Campus News – Lebanon Daily News (7/9 – Listing of recent students named to the dean’s list and graduate of the School of Law
  • Delaware Corporations Adopt Fee-Shifting Bylaws – Delaware Business Court Insider (7/9 – Law Professor Lawrence Hamermesh was quoted*) 
  • Widener Law Expands Its Yellow Ribbon Program – Delaware Law Weekly (7/9 – Story on the Yellow Ribbon Program at the School of Law*) 

Athletic Update: