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      delaware

      Widener University's Delaware Law School has been placed on two noteworthy lists in the winter issue of preLaw magazine. The publication ranked the law school 15th in the country for the percentage of law graduates – 23.5 percent – who secured clerkships. It also put Delaware Law on its list of top law schools for trial advocacy.


      wolf cabinet

      Five members of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's cabinet shared valuable information with residents of the southeast region of Pennsylvania, including the Widener community, during the Cabinet in Your Community event held Jan. 25. The town hall-style program in Founders Hall began with attendees giving overviews about the work of their departments, and each took questions from the audience. The public servants included Secretary of General Services Curt Topper, Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera, Secretary of Transportation Leslie Richards, Secretary of Aging Teresa Osborne, and Physician General and Acting Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine.


      nancy blank

      Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Nancy Hirschinger Blank gave the lecture, "Civic Engagement at Widener University: An Evolutionary Perspective" Monday, Jan. 22 at Lathem Hall. Blank's presentation was the first of four in the spring 2018 President's Lecture Series. She discussed ways service learning programs have shaped her pedagogy.


      nadine mchenry

      Professor of Education Nadine McHenry wrote an essay titled "Teaching Across a Cultural Chasm" for the Jan. 26 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education. The essay discusses how Widener University's Community Engaged Teacher Education program is a model for education students to learn to be culturally responsive in an urban school that is racially, culturally and linguistically diverse.


      juliet moringiello

      Commonwealth Professor of Business Law Juliet Moringiello co-authored "Essential UCC Concepts: A Survey of Commercial Transactions" book with two professors at Stetson Law School.



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