November 28, 2016

In the News:

  • Autism, SSRIs and Expert Testimony on Monday’s ‘The American Law Journal’ – The Legal Intelligencer (11/28, subscription required – John Culhane, professor and H. Albert Young fellow in constitutional law at Delaware Law, provided expert commentary)
  • PLW People in the News – The Legal Intelligencer (11/28, subscription required – News of Commonwealth Law Dean Christian Johnson‘s appointment to the Pennsylvania lieutenant governor’s veterans task force)
  • The News Journal (11/27, No link available – News brief on the front page of the business section about the articulation agreement between Delaware Law School and Delaware State University in Dover, Del.)
  • Regulation is dead; long live litigation? – Central Penn Business Journal (11/25 – Christopher Robinette, a professor at Commonwealth Law, provided expert commentary)
  • Obamacare has many more provisions worth saving – The News Journal (11/23 online and 11/24 in print – Op-ed by Dr. Darrell Spurlock, associate professor of nursing)
  • Widener students team with Salvation Army for the holiday – Delaware County Daily Times (11/24 online and 11/25 in print – News of the Thanksgiving meal prepared by students in the Center for Hospitality Management for families at the Chester Salvation Army)
  • News that Center for Hospitality Management students and faculty prepared and served a Thanksgiving feast for families at the Chester Salvation Army was also previewed on 11/23 during the NBC 10 morning news broadcasts at 4:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. and featured on the NBC 10 news broadcast at 6 p.m. and on  Fox 29 news at 6 p.m.
  • WDEL (11/23, No link available – Delaware Law Dean Rod Smolla was a guest on WDEL news radio Wednesday afternoon where he discussed president-elect Donald Trump’s about-face in announcing his intention not to pursue a criminal investigation against Hillary Clinton.)

Athletic Update:

Events on Main Campus:

  • Stargazing; 6 p.m., Widener Observatory
  • Center for Hospitality Management Chef Series; 6 p.m., Marriott Dining Room
  • Men’s Basketball vs. Penn State Brandywine; 7 p.m., Home