Monday, August 15, 2016

In the News:

  • At campus arboretums, learning never grows old – The Philadelphia Inquirer (8/14 – Feature story on Widener University’s Taylor Memorial Arboretum. Kate Goodrich, assistant professor of biology, Tom Kirk, manager of Taylor arboretum, Stephen Madigosky, professor of environmental science and biology, and Khanh Mihn Mai, a Widener student, were all quoted) 
  • Widener’s student run clinic serves Chester – Chester City Blog (8/14 – Repost of the Advance for Physical Therapy & Rehab Medicine article by Widener students Nolan Converse and Tim Golder)
  • Women’s Charity Classic: Alkins adapts as Appco’s/Duke’s repeats again – Delaware County Daily Times (8/14 – Alie Alkins, recently graduated from Widener as valedictorian) 
  • Business community eyes Coastal Zone Act change – The News Journal (8/13 – Kenneth Kristl, an associate professor of law and director of the Widener Environmental Law Clinic, provided expert commentary) 
  • Forecast Not Ideal For Perseid Meteor Shower – CBS Philly (8/11 – Harry Augensen, professor of physics and astronomy, was interviewed on KYW-AM about the Perseid meteor showers)
  • Experts: Gang case likely to proceed despite officer’s arrest – The News Journal (8/11 – Thomas Reed, professor emeritus at Delaware Law, provided expert commentary)