Thursday, August 1, 2019

In the News:

Lessons in Leadership: Student and President Swap Roles for a Day
Real Leaders Magazine
Fall 2019 Edition
The latest edition of Real Leaders Magazine featured President Julie E. Wollman and recent Widener graduate Gabrielle Gehron on their experience participating in the annual President For a Day. Dr. Wollman and Gebhon, who was a senior biomedical engineering student at the time, shared the insight they gained from this unique Widener tradition that focuses on preparing students to be the next generation of leaders.

Academic Achievement
Chadds Ford Live
August 1, 2019
Widener students and Chadds Ford residents Eric Hahn, Aisha Lunkins, Kirsten Ryan, Miranda Lynam, Jordan Lynch,and Sarah Wydila were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester.

Alumni News:

Arrington sworn in as Family Court judge
The Beacon
July 29, 2019
The Honorable Michael W. Arrington, a Widener Law graduate, was sworn in for his first term as a judge of the Delaware Family Court.

Newtown native Thomas Speakman joins Delaware Valley University as executive director of admission
Bucks Local News
July 31, 2019
Thomas W. Speakman, a graduate of Widener’s doctoral education program and a veteran higher-education enrollment-management professional, has joined Delaware Valley University as executive director of admission.

Charles Burrows has been reelected as director of Orthopedic Service Line for Doylestown Hospital and other new hires, promotions and awards
The Morning Call
August 1, 2019
Justin Schell, who earned his juris doctor with a certificate in business advising from Widener Law, has joined the law firm of Steckel and Stopp.

Athletics Update: