Wednesday, May 2, 2018

In the News:

  • MAC Hall of Fame class of 2018 announced – Go MAC Sports (5/1 – Widener Athletic Director, Football and Track & Field coach George Hansell, Jr. was inducted into the class of 2018 MAC Hall of Fame)
  • Bucks and Montgomery counties student achievers for May 2 – Bucks County Courier Times (5/2 – Widener students are recognized for their recent achievements including Olivia Krawtchuk for her induction into Phi Kappa Phi honor society and Herbert Schulze for placing third with his team in the Collegiate Leadership Competition)

Alumni News:

  • People in the News—April 30, 2018—South Asian Bar Association – The Legal Intelligencer (4/30 – Widener Law graduate Manuela Morais was appointed to the Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey board of directors)
  • People Changes for the week of May 7 – Inside Business (4/30 – Jennifer Rossettini, a Delaware Law alumna, is now an attorney at the Hook Law Center)
  • Sitting judges challenged by local attorney in upcoming election – Maryland Independent (5/2 – Widener Law graduate Makeba Gibbs is challenging two sitting county judges in the upcoming election)

Athletics Update:

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Memorial Service for Dr. Jon Akins; 12 p.m.; Lawn outside of Wolfgram Library

 

 

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

In the News:

  • Cardinal O’Hara senior takes mom to prom – Springfield Press/Delco News Network (4/30 – Article mentions a former Widener Partnership Charter School student who took his mom to prom)
  • Mumia Abu-Jamal isn’t there, but he’s the focus inside and outside Philly courthouse – Philadelphia Inquirer (4/30 – Delaware Law professor Judith Ritter, Director of the Criminal Defense Clinic, is included in this article)
  • Creative business space opens in Lansdowne – Delaware County Daily Times (5/1 – This article featured online and in print features Widener University Small Business Development Center who will partner with the new creative working space to provide small business classes)

Alumni News:

  • Ron Graham running for 155th state House seat – Daily Local News (4/27 – Delaware Law graduate Ron Graham is running for a seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives)
  • People on the move – Philadelphia Business Journal (4/30 – Widener School of Law graduate Patrice Turenne is the newest associate attorney at McCausland Keen + Buckman)
  • Women shaping the cannabis industry – Chemical and Engineering News (4/30 – Tami Wahl, a Widener Law graduate, is listed as one of the female leaders in science and advocacy that embrace the fast-growing cannabis business)

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Module II final exams; all day

Events on Delaware Law Campus today:

  • Final Examinations; all day

Events on Commonwealth Law Campus today:

  • Final Examinations; all day