Wednesday, June 27, 2018

In the News:

  • Back Mountain residents in the news – The Dallas Post (6/20 – Students Gabrielle Buchter and Seth Brakefield earned degrees from Widener in May)
  • Around Town – The Triburo Banner (6/21 – Mary Grace Sempa made dean’s list at Commonwealth Law)
  • Celebrations, June 24, 2018 – Santa Fe New Mexican (6/23 – Annette Gates of Santa Fe earned a Master of Education in human sexuality studies from Widener)
  • CCTI application demand is high – Times News Online (6/26 – Karissa Nenscel is this year’s Widener Leadership Scholarship recipient at Carbon Career and Technical Institute)
  • 10 Ways to Attend a Music Festival on a College Student Budget – College Magazine (6/26 – Article quotes rising senior and civil engineer major Kayla Nelson)
  • Supreme Court upholds travel ban, Delaware reacts – WDEL (6/26 – Delaware Law Professor Mary Brigid McManamon spoke with WDEL’s Allan Loudell regarding yesterday’s SCOTUS ruling that upholds President Trump’s travel ban)
  • Dean’s Lists – Bethlehem Press (6/26 – Widener undergraduates Jared Link, Donovan Stuard, Tejya Johnson and Jason Siegfried are recognized for making dean’s list last semester)
  • A More Nuanced View of Law on Campus Speech – Inside Higher Ed (6/27 – Article features Delaware Law dean Rod Smolla who discusses the history and status of American law on free speech)
  • When Professors Stir Outrage, What’s a University to Do? – Chronicle of Higher Education (6/27 – Story quotes Rod Smolla, Delaware Law dean)

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Young Scientists Summer Mini-Camp; 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; Main campus
  • Engineering Summer Camp; All Day; Main Campus

Events on Commonwealth Law campus today:

  • Review Session with Professor Lee; 5 – 8 p.m.; L203