Thursday, April 3, 2014

In the News:

  • Shale industry leaders: Billions of dollars possible for local businesses – Delaware County Daily Times (4/3 – A story on the Widener Small Business Development Center seminar “Shale Energy 101”)
  • Take Back the Night, an internationally-recognized program that promotes awareness of sexual assault and domestic violence, which is hosted by the Widener Center for Violence Prevention was featured on the evening new broadcast on WPVI-TV (ABC) on 4/2.
  • Community Spirit in Action; People, places and events in our region of Delaware County – The Chester Spirit (No link available; see the 4/2 edition for a story on Take Back the Night, a day of events promoting awareness of domestic violence and sexual abuse, sponsored by the Widener Center for Violence Prevention
  • Linder offers ideas and hopes in annual ‘State of the City’ presentation – The Chester Spirit (No link available; see the 4/2 edition; the State of the City was held at Widener University)
  • Morgan Wieziolowski participates in cultural immersion trip – The Leader (4/2 – Morgan Wieziolowski, a sophomore political science major, participated in the Miami Cultural Immersion trip over spring break) 
  • Widener Law Announces Winners of Alumni Awards – Delaware Law Weekly (4/2 – Available by subscription only) 
  • Departing Justice Jacobs Viewed as ‘Balanced’ on Corporate Governance Issues – Delaware Business Court Insider (4/2 – Ruby R. Vale Professor of Corporate and Business Law Lawrence A. Hamermesh was quoted regarding Delaware Supreme Court Justice Jack B. Jacobs announcing his retirement)
  • Widener University Promotes Awareness of Domestic Violence – Ms. B: The Good News Blog (4/1)
  • U.S. Drag – April 02 – April 06, 2014 at Widener University –  Playbill VIP (Mention of the upcoming performances by the Lone Brick Theatre Company
  • The Philadelphia Speakers Series presented by Widener University was mentioned during the afternoon broadcast on WHYY-FM on 4/1.
  • Jacobs leaving Delaware Supreme Court – News Journal (4/1 – Law Professor Lawrence Hamermesh provided expert commentary) 

Events on Main Campus today:

Events on the Harrisburg Campus today: 

  •  The John L. Gedid Lecture Series; 4–5 p.m.; Administration Building, A180

Athletic Update: