Monday, June 4, 2018

In the News:

  • Chester mayor touts progress in State of the City address – Delaware County Daily Times (6/1 – Representatives from Widener attended the address on Friday)
  • Imerys Unit Settles Talc Claims for at Least $5 Million – Bloomberg (6/1 – Article quotes Jean Eggen, Distinguished Emerita Professor of Law at Delaware Law)
  • Study: Foundation program provides nursing students with ‘transformative experience’ – Independence Blue Cross Foundation (5/24 – Darrell Spurlock of the Widener Leadership Center for Nursing Education Research recently led an evaluation of the IBX internship program to determine its effectiveness and potential for replication by other organizations)
  • Michael Rosko, Widener University – Making U.S. Hospitals More Affordable – Academic Minute (6/4 – Michael Rosko, a professor in the School of Business Administration, discusses more efficient hospitals as an avenue to lower costs. This interview is also featured in Inside Higher Ed.)
  • Community Briefs: Register this week for Marple police horseshoe, cornhole tourney – Delaware County Daily News (6/4 – Article in today’s paper mentions the upcoming summer camps at Widener offered by business, sciences and engineering)

Alumni News:

  • Support for Peisinger for Harford state’s attorney [Letter] – Baltimore Sun (6/1 – Albert Peisinger, candidate for Harford County state’s attorney, is a Widener graduate)

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Upcoming Events:

  • Monday Mile walking series; This event will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, June 5 @ 12 p.m.; Outside of Old Main
  • Stars & S’mores; Wednesday, June 6 @ 8 pm; Kirkbride Lawn