Friday, November 21, 2014

Coming Up:

  • Dr. Dwight DeWerth-Pallmeyer, associate professor of communication studies, will appear on “And Another Thing with Larry Mendte” at 7:30  p.m. on 11/22 on MeTV KJWP Channel 2. DeWerth-Pallmeyer will discuss sensationalism in TV news.

In the News:

  • On Dec. 2, find out what Tom Wolf’s win means for women voters – PennLive.com (11/21 – A preview of the next Pennsylvania Women’s Forum hosted by the School of Law in Harrisburg)
  • ‘Live from the Newsroom,’ which is produced by communication studies students in the Freedom Hall television studio, aired on DelcoTimes.com on 11/21. The program featured the launch of Chester magazine and included a discussion with students in the communication studies program who wrote, edited, and designed the magazine, in addition to Sam Starnes, adjunct faculty member, editor of Widener Magazine, and marketing writer for the university. A story about the magazine’s launch also appeared in the print edition of the Delaware County Daily Times on 11/22.
  • Make the Deal: Do Not Wait for A Non-Existent Perfect Deal – Iran Review (11/20 – Column post by Dr. Hamid Zangeneh, professor of economics)
  • It took only days after Rayonier’s admission for shareholder attorneys to file class-action suits – The Florida Times-Union (11/20 – Lawrence A. Hamermesh, professor of law, provided expert commentary)

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Guest lecture by Dr. Terrie Taylor “The Pathogenesis of Fatal Malaria: A Few More Pieces to the Puzzle;” 12 p.m.; Founders Hall, 109
  • Science Writing Symposium; 1–3 p.m.; University Center, Room C

Events this Saturday: Widener Day

  • Mock Law School Admission Test; 8:30 a.m.; Delaware Campus, Ruby R. Vale Moot Courtroom & Harrisburg Campus, Administration Building, Room A180
  • Football vs. Muhlenberg College; 12 p.m.; Main Campus
  • Women’s Basketball vs. Neumann University; 4 p.m.; Main Campus

Events this Sunday:

  • Monument Project; 1–2:30 p.m.; University Center Lobby
  • Fall Concert with the Chamber Music Program and Widener Dance Company; 3–4 p.m.; Alumni Auditorium Lobby
  • Widener Chorale Concert; 7–8 p.m.; Lathem Hall