Monday, November 2, 2015

In the News:

  • The impact of “standing” is anything but boring – The News Journal (11/1 – An op-ed by Law Professor Alan Garfield)
  • Community provides Wills For Heroes – The Sentinel (11/1 – Students from Commonwealth Law helped with the day) 
  • Bishop Shanahan alumnus defies odds with incredible comeback – Daily Local News (11/1 – Audrey Rucker is a sophomore at Widener and member of the Volleyball team) 
  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court election will change course of history – Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (10/31 – Jill Family, director at the Law and Government Institute at Commonwealth Law School, provided expert commentary) 
  • PT Month: Magee Gives Back – Magee (10/29 –  Widener Alum Chris Carroll brought some of the staff from Magee during Physical Therapy month to help at the Chester Community Physical Therapy Clinic at Widener
  • Engineering Management Schools in The Northeast – Best Engineering (Widener University was listed as #16) 

News Releases:

Events on today:

  • Pizza with Professors; 12 p.m.; Delaware Law, Main Street, Student Lounge
  •  Sport Management Lunchand-Learn Speaker Series with Kevin Crane, a retired U.S. Special Agent; 12–1 p.m; Quick Center, 108
  • VITA, TCE and AARP Volunteer Training; 1–3 p.m.; Commonwealth Law
  • The Office of Civic Engagement, the School of Nursing and the Center for Simulation will co-host a Poverty Simulation; 5:30–8 p.m.; Lathem Hall (RSVP, here: https://www.
  • Stargazing; 6–7 p.m.; Widener Observatory

Athletic Update: