Monday, August 6, 2018

In the News:

Does Minneapolis plan rely too much on renewable energy credits?
Energy News Network
August 3, 2018
John Dernbach, professor and director of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Center at Commonwealth Law, comments on the state’s renewable energy goal.

Newsmakers: York County Community Foundation names board chair
Central Penn Business Journal
August 3, 2018
Eden L. Mandrell was named director of the career development office at Commonwealth Law.

Rosemont to rename art gallery
Delaware County Daily Times
August 5, 2018
Article promotes the inaugural Digital Processes and Products Conference hosted by the Widener University Innovation Series in partnership with the consulting company BPM-Don on Oct. 23.

Kentucky’s effort to screen medical malpractice claims falls flat
Louisville Courier Journal
August 5, 2018
Article references a publication written by Jean Eggen, Distinguished Emerita Professor of Law at Delaware Law, in 2013.

3D printable gun debate gets hot
Delaware County Daily Times
August 6, 2018
This front page story quotes Commonwealth Law Professor Michael Dimino who discusses how the First Amendment ties in with this debate.

Letter to the Editor: In defense of our nurse practitioners
Delaware County Daily Times
August 6, 2018
Featured online and in today’s print edition is a Letter to the Editor written by Carol Tanzio, an adjunct clinical instructor of nursing.

Alumni News:

Inspira President and CEO Named to Power 50, South Jersey’s Most Influential People
SNJ Today
August 4, 2018
John DiAngelo earned his master’s in business administration from Widener.

Athletic Update:

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Monday Mile walking series; 12 p.m.; In front of Old Main at 14th and Melrose Street