January 4, 2017

In the News:

  • Redefining Gender – National Geographic magazine and Nationalgeographic.com (The entire January 2017 issue of National Geographic magazine focuses on the social, biological, political and cultural aspects of gender. Dr. Eli Green, assistant professor in Widener’s Center for Human Sexuality Studies, helped compile a glossary of terms related to gender to help readers of the magazine.)
  • Biden says he will be based at Penn – Philly.com (1/3 – The article mentions that Vice President Joe Biden previously taught at Widener Delaware Law.)
  • When Parents are the Greatest Barrier to Teaching Teens about Sex – Broadly (1/3 – Lindsay Cain, a doctoral candidate in Widener’s Center for Human Sexuality Studies, provided expert commentary.)
  • Young ASCE Leaders Share Civil Engineering New Year’s Resolutions – ASCE News (12/30 – Derek Harzinski, Widener University ASCE Student Chapter president, is quoted.)
  • Ken Kristl, associate professor and director of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic at Delaware Law, appeared on WDRE’s The Delaware Way television program on 12/25 to discuss waterway pollution.

Alumni News:

  • Nancy G. Hesse, MSN, RN, Named President and CEO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Eastern Regional Center – PR Newswire (12/5 – News that School of Nursing alumna Nancy G. Hesse has been named president and CEO of CTCA in the Eastern Region.)

Athletic Update: