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In the Media
Delaware Law School graduate Andres Bernal writes about how companies can build an efficient corporate governance system that creates value for the organization.
Ken Kristl, professor and director of the Environmental Rights Institute at Delaware Law School, spoke about the role that citizens can play in monitoring environmental hazards based on his involvement with lawsuits against Delaware's environmental regulators and industrial polluters.
Widener Law Commonwealth Professor Emeritus Michael Cozzillio co-authors this opinion piece about the ongoing impeachment inquiry and hearings.
An article highlighting the publication "Legal Pathways To Deep Decarbonization In The United States” quotes the co-editor and Widener Law Commonwealth Professor John Dernbach, director of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Center.
Article highlights Widener Law Commonwealth graduate Gabriela Raful for receiving the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Pro Bono Award and Commonwealth Law Professor Don Brown for winning the Avicenna Prize presented by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
As a Delaware town deliberates on guidelines for its infamous New Year's parody parade, Alan Garfield, distinguished professor at Delaware Law School, says regulations must take into account the First Amendment right to freedom of speech in a public space.
Melissa McCarthy has been named head field hockey coach at Widener.
This investigative look at how the administration's immigration policy is impacting H-1B visas quotes Jill Family, professor and director of the Law and Government Institute at Widener Law Commonwealth, on why the number of lawsuits against the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is increasing. Additional coverage featured in Yahoo! Finance.
The women's suffrage movement celebrates 100 years and includes historical references provided by Delaware Law School.
A profile on Pride quarterback and mechanical engineering senior Sean McGaughey. Article also quotes head coach Mike Barainyak.
Coverage of Widener's Alumni Awards event that honored five alumni, one student and an ROTC administrator, as well as Widener Commonwealth Law School's Excellence in Public Service Award presented to alumna Irene Bizzoso for three decades of outstanding public service work.
Hospitality and tourism management students prepared and served a homemade Thanksgiving meal to over 175 residents at the Salvation Army ahead of the holiday. This article quotes Lisa Logue, assistant professor, and participating students Reagan McDonnell and Rebecca Najdek. Additional coverage is featured in 6 ABC, NBC10 and The Chester Spirit.
Basketball head coach Chris Carideo spoke about the team's 6-0 start and what has prompted this fast start to the season.
Widener Law School graduate Holly Filius celebrates national adoption month in this blog post that she authored.
Lawrence A. Hamermesh, professor emeritus at Delaware Law School, is quoted in response to a recent Delaware court order calling on CBS Corp to hand in records regarding its plan to reunite with Viacom Inc. This article was picked up in numerous outlets including The New York Times, CNBC, The Guardian, Daily Mail, and Yahoo! Finance.
Janelle L. Williams, associate dean of Graduate Studies and Extended Learning, comments on news that Cheyney University received accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Widener graduate Colonel Jeffery Jahnke, a U.S. Army veteran, was one of six veterans awarded the Freedom Medal at the sixth annual Delaware County Freedom Medal Award Dinner. The Delco News Network also shared this story.
An article outlining how new executive orders may lead to changes in how the administration approaches immigration policy features Jill Family, professor and director of the Law and Government Institute at Widener Law Commonwealth.
This letter-to-the-editor references the recent international honor awarded to Don Brown, Widener Commonwealth Law professor and scholar in residence, by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for his decades of work advocating climate change ethics.