Tuesday, September 8, 2015

In the News:

  • Local Authors to Read their Works – Philly.com and Philadelphia Inquirer (9/8 – News item on the State Street Reading Series, which is co-sponsored by the Widener English Department; The first installment features a reading by Dr. Michael Cocchiarale, associate professor of English)
  • Kim Davis is No Rosa Parks – Politico (9/8 – Commentary article by John Culhane, professor of law and co-director of the Family Health Law & Policy Institute of Widener University Delaware Law)
  • Dr. Normajean Colby of Brookhaven receives 2015 Lindback Award at Widener University – Delaware County Daily Times (9/8 – News that Dr. Normajean Colby, assistant professor and coordinator of pediatric nursing, is the 2015 Lindback Award recipient at Widener)
  • Putting off the inevitable as season draws to a close – Philly.com and Philadelphia Inquirer (9/7 – Commentary article by Joe Samuel Starnes, marketing writer and editor of Widener Magazine and an adjunct faculty member; This piece was also picked up by various outlets throughout the United States)
  • AstraZeneca’s new 60 mg dose of Brilinta to hit market this month-end – West Texas News (9/7 – Dr. Joseph Fuhr, professor of economics, provided expert commentary; This article was picked up by various outlets)
  • Students in the News – Daily Local News (9/6 – A list of recent law grads)
  • Judge Sleet blasts Delaware death penalty case – The News Journal (9/5 – Thomas J. Reed, professor emeritus at Widener University Delaware Law, provided expert commentary)
  • AstraZeneca dumps one drug, gets new use for second – The News Journal (9/4 – Dr. Joseph Fuhr, professor of economics, provided expert commentary)
  • Downingtown residents appear in Fringe Festival production – Daily Local News (9/4 – Lone Brick Theatre members and Downingtown, Pa., residents Carolyn Lodge, Rachel Magee and Lizzy Yenser are featured in a story about the company’s participation in the Philly Fringe Festival)
  • The Night Sky in September – Town Talk Newspapers (9/2 – Dr. Harry Augensen, professor of physics and astronomy and director of the Widener Observatory, previews what’s happening in the sky this month)

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