Assistant Professor Kathy Wu is quoted about the mental health challenges for children transitioning back to school.
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School of Business Administration Alumnus Ryan Raiker shares advice to help marketers thrive and avoid burnout.
In boost for environmental rights, Supreme Court rules drilling revenue from state forests must be used for conservation
Commonwealth Professor of Environmental Law and Sustainability John Dernbach is quoted about a Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling saying it is unconstitutional to use certain money raised from oil and gas leases in public forests for general government operations.
The Club Foundation awarded the 2021 Joe Perdue Scholarship to seven students, including Widener student Cheyenne Luckhardt.
Commonwealth Professor of Environmental Law and Sustainability John Dernbach weighed in on how law firms are advising clients in the environmental, social, and governance practice area.
Federal grant funding will improve access to opioid use disorder and mental health treatments in the Chester community, and provide training for Widener University doctoral students.
John Culhane, the H. Albert Young Fellow in Constitutional Law at Delaware Law School, writes in this op-ed piece that Fox News could be sued for its anti-vaccination statements.
Widener is listed as one of the nearly 600 colleges and universities requiring students and employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before coming back to campus.
Commonwealth Law School Professor Michael Dimino provided testimony during a Pennsylvania House State Government Committee hearing about congressional redistricting. His testimony begins at 22:12:02.
As part of Widener Week on Inside Higher Ed's Academic Minute, Dawn Gulick, professor of physical therapy, shared about a mask that allows athletes to safely train during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today's edition of Widener Week on Inside Higher Ed's Academic Minute, Yamuna Baburaj, assistant professor of management, explores how companies can best integrate top performing employees to remain competitive and successful.
As part of Widener Week on Inside Higher Ed's Academic Minute, Paul Baker, assistant professor of physics, shares his research on detecting gravitational waves from the merging of supermassive black holes in distant galaxies.
Widener Week on Inside Higher Ed's Academic Minute continues with Shaakira Abdullah, professor of nursing, who discusses her research focused on developing an evidence-based HIV and sex education program for Muslim-American adolescents.
Governor Murphy and Lieutenant Governor Oliver Announce Appointment of State Senator Chris A. Brown, Esq. to the Department of Community Affairs’ Division of Local Government Services
Widener Law School graduate and New Jersey State Senator Chris Brown was appointed to join the state's Department of Community Affairs’ Division of Local Government Services as the Senior Advisor for Atlantic City Affairs.
This week is Widener Week on Academic Minute, Insider Higher Ed's daily podcast that features experts from top colleges and universities from across the country. Ali Hamza, assistant professor of engineering, outlines the technological capabilities that are making automated self-driving a reality.
Nursing graduate Susan Farese, a former Navy and Army Nurse Corp nurse, published a book of poetry that reflects her professional experience and personal thoughts.
This article details the longstanding career and reputation of David Weiss, a Widener Law School graduate and Delaware's U.S. Attorney investigating Hunter Biden on possible tax law violations.
Widener Law School graduate Robert Sullivan is a guest on this episode discussing occult symbolism in popular Hollywood movies.
John Dernbach, professor and director of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Center at Widener Law Commonwealth, comments on the difficulty of enforcing environmental protection laws at the state level.