Wednesday, December 17, 2014

In the News:

  • Chester salutes volunteers who improve life in city – Delaware County Daily Times (12/17 – Khalil Williams, a junior in the Communication Studies, was the recipient of the Mayor’s Recognition Award for his work with the launch of Chester Magazine. The magazine, which was written, edited, and designed by students, was created through a grant that Sam Starnes, magazine editor and adjunct professor, received)
  • The Doomed Sandy Hook Lawsuit – Slate (12/17 – Column post by John Culhane, professor of law and co-director of the Family Health Law and Policy Institute)
  • Widener Law Appoints Four Profs With Distinguished Title – Delaware Law Weekly (12/17 – Law Professors John G. Culhane, Jean M. Eggen, Alicia B. Kelly and James R. May we appointed distinguished professors of law for a three-year term) 
  • Why did Wilmington accomodate the ‘die-in’ during rush hour? – WDEL-AM (12/16 – Law Professor Alan E. Garfield was interviewed during the afternoon broadcast)
  • People on the Move: Linda Durant Recognition Plaque – Philadelphia Business Journal (12/16 – Linda Durant, senior vice president for University Advancement, was selected as the recipient of the Professional of the Year Award by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District II)
  • Chester awarded for ‘Let’s Move!’ initiative – Delaware County Daily Times (12/16 – Widener University was mentioned)
  • Secret guilty plea in Paladin murders ‘very rare’ in Del – The News Journal (12/16 – Thomas J. Reed, professor emeritus of law, was quoted) 
  • 6 Culprits of “Down There” Dryness – Shape Magazine (12/11 – Expert commentary provided by Dr. Sabitha Pillai-Friedman, assistant professor of human sexuality)

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