Monday, November 10, 2014

In the News:

  • Coastal Zone Act pressed by jobs push – The News Journal (11/10 – James May, law professor and co-director of the Environmental Law Center, was quoted) 
  • #PhillyFive Things to Do: Nov. 10, 2014 – (11/10 – Mention of Ken Burns’ discussion today as part of the Philadelphia Speaker Series) 
  • Scaife children seek details on drained trust – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Bloomberg Businessweek (11/9 – Michael J. Hussey, associate professor of law, was quoted) 
  • Retirement planning for an even longer life – USA Today (11/8 – Kenn Tachino, professor of taxation and financial planning, provided expert commentary)
  • How much will Phil Rudd’s arrest hurt AC/DC’s new album and tour? – (11/7 – Dr. Dwight DeWerth-Pallmeyer, associate professor of communications studies, provided expert commentary) 
  • Lack Of Transparency Leaves Some Medicare Patients In Dark At Half Of N.H.’s Hospitals – New Hampshire Public Radio (11/7 – Michael Rosko, professor of healthcare management, was quoted) 
  • Judge confirms Detroit plan to exit bankruptcy – Reuters (11/7 – Professor Juliet Moringiello provided expert commentary in this story, as well as many other including  WIFC-FMThe Jameston Sun, and KWSN-AM)  

Events on Main Campus today: International Education Week Begins

  • Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns Lecture; 1 p.m.; Lathem Hall
  • FreshBaked Theatre presents “The Odyssey;” 1 p.m.; Alumni Auditorium
  • “The Dinner Game” French Film & Conversation; 5:15 p.m.; Freedom Hall, Room 122
  • Stargazing; 6–7 p.m.; Widener Observatory
  • Chinese Film & Conversation; 6 p.m.; International Study Center, 1238 Potter St.

Athletic Update: