This week is Widener University Week on The Academic Minute, a daily podcast that features experts from top colleges and universities from across the country. Kenn Tacchino, professor of taxation and financial planning, explains why the 4 percent rule of retirement withdrawal may not work for all situations.
In the Media
Lawrence Hamermesh, professor emeritus at Delaware Law School, is quoted in this article about Delaware’s chief justice Leo E. Strine who will step down later this year.
Coverage of yesterday's nursing disaster simulation quotes Dawn Ferry, director of the Center of Simulation and Computerized Testing, and senior nursing student Frankie Jordan. 6ABC also covered the event.
Michael Dimino, professor at Widener Law Commonwealth, is featured in this broadcast news story about a Cumberland County judge's behavior and potential abuse of power.
Widener student Victor You won second place in the chemistry category for the Summer Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Symposium. This news also appeared in the Bucks County Courier Times.
Lawrence Hamermesh, professor emeritus at Delaware Law School, provided comments on the life and career of Delaware Chancellor William T. Allen, who passed away earlier this week.
Undergraduate student Julia Dallmer is recognized for being named a Millennium Fellow.
A Delaware County man made a donation to a local university in tribute of his late wife Janet Farahmand, a former nursing faculty at Widener.
A feature article about a student's journey to Grambling State University, a historically black university in northern Louisiana, is written by Janelle L. Williams, associate dean and assistant teaching professor of Extended Learning at Widener.
Widener student Bridget Dombrowski contributes to this article about best practices for time management.
Associate Professor Sanjay Nath was awarded a three-year, $1.35 million federal grant to launch an integrated care treatment program for individuals who battle opioid and substance use disorders. Coverage of this grant is also featured in the Delaware County Daily Times.
Recognition of Widener students who graduated at commencement this past May.
Widener graduate and NERDiT NOW owner Markevis Gideon will appear on Shark Tank on Sunday, October 27th at 9 p.m. on ABC.
Widener students helped cheer on a young Make-A-Wish Foundation and Something Magic Foundation recipient and her family who were surprised with a trip to Disney World.
Delaware Law Dean Rod Smolla spoke on the Del-AWARE program about the recent federal appeals court ruling over the state's method of appointing state-level judges.
Alan Garfield, distinguished professor of law at Delaware Law School, was on Del-AWARE talking about a case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court that could impact Delaware's requirement for political party balance among state judges.
Naseemah Palmer, an alumna of the graduate social work program, is inspiring women to run boldly and with confidence through her own activewear line, Vivid Belle.
Jean Eggen, distinguished professor emerita of law at Delaware Law School, weighs in as an expert in this article outlining a recent verdict against Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals
Raleigh Rallies ‘Round Rainbow Six Tournament, Sees Economic Boost As Cities, Schools Jump On Esports
Esports coach Devin Hartnett shares updates about the latest varsity sport at Widener including the team's new technology and space and scholarships available for players.