Tuesday, May 31, 2016

In the News:

  • Constitutional amendment proposed on equal protection – The News Journal (5/30 – Delaware Law Professor Erin Daly provided expert commentary) 
  • In Our Schools – The Reading Eagle (5/30 – Mention of a recent Widener graduate)
  • Widener University Nursing Students Participate in Traditional Nightingale Ceremony – Gloucester City News (5/30)
  • Can Tracking Our Hormones Make Us Smarter With Money? – Singularity Hub (5/29 – Ross Steinman, associate professor of psychology, provided expert commentary) 
  • After police-involved shootings, DOJ teams with Chester cops to improve community relations – Newsworks (5/27 – Mention of a listening session to be held at Widener University) 
  • Workers at center of ex-lovers feud to lobby Legislature – The News Journal (5/27 – Lawrence Hamermesh, a professor of corporate law at the Delaware Law, provided expert commentary) 
  • Proposed bill aims to balance shareholder rights; judicial resources – The News Journal (5/27 – Delaware Law Professor Lawrence Hamermesh was quoted) 
  • Widener University partners with DelawareERANow – The News Journal (5/27 – The Family Health Law and Policy Institute at Delaware Law will provide DelawareERANow with advice. Alicia Kelly, co-director of the institute, was quoted) 
  • Feds to review Chester police operations – Delaware County Daily Times (5/26 – Mention of a press conference held at Widener University) 

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