Christine Woody, assistant professor of English, and Widener students Jattu Fahnbulleh, Cloë Di Flumeri, Stefan Cozza, and Seth Glickman are guests on the podcast discussing the Romantic period magazine culture and their summer research textual scholarship project which involved the 19th century periodical Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine and its running series Noctes Ambrosianae.
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Annalisa Castaldo, associate professor and director of Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies, comments on the sexualization of Halloween costumes and the pressure that some women feel to dress sexy on Halloween.
This year's Homecoming event, including the broom drill, tailgate, and Pride football game, was featured in this weekend news coverage.
A new book pays tribute to Philadelphia women whose tattoos tell stories of trauma, hope, and healing
A new book co-written by John Giugliano, adjunct professor in the Center for Social Work Education, pays tribute to Philadelphia women whose tattoos tell stories of trauma, hope and healing.
In this Q&A, Stephanie Wendling, an instructor in the School of Business Administration, compares the benefits of using an online software versus an accountant when filing your taxes.
Anthony Wheeler, dean of the School of Business Administration, writes about how automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning will impact business.
Michael Dimino, professor of law at Widener Law Commonwealth, weighs in on the Supreme Court's term, which will include highly anticipated cases that relate to abortion rights and gun rights.
Judith Cassel, an adjunct professor at Widener Law Commonwealth, comments on a new bill in front of the Pennsylvania House Health Committee to legalize marijuana for adult use. The article also notes Widener Law Commonwealth's first-of-its-kind course dedicated to the study of the law surrounding cannabis.
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Florida awaits appeals decision on new social media law; legal experts say it probably won’t survive
Rod Smolla, dean of Delaware Law School, weighs in on First Amendment implications related to a new Florida law that prevents social media companies from shutting down accounts of political candidates.
Delaware Law School and First Healthcare Compliance announce the speakers who will present at the Virtual HIPAA Privacy and Security Summit on Nov. 18.
Widener Law Commonwealth Professor Michael Dimino is quoted on how the Supreme Court may rule on an upcoming case involving abortion rights in Mississippi.
Angie Corbo, associate professor of communications, provides expert commentary on approaches that companies can use to introduce COVID-19 vaccination and testing policies that minimize political tensions and create a culture of transparency and trust.
Tatyannah King, a graduate student in the dual Social Work and Human Sexuality program, writes about her experience in the program and shares helpful tips to enhance sexual wellness and understanding. The article also cites research published by Associate Professor Brooke Wells as well as the Human Sexuality Archives compiled in the Wolfgram Memorial Library.
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Tife Akintunde, a men's soccer team player and senior communications studies major, writes about his experience volunteering in the community, including with Chester Upland Youth Soccer, a non-profit that provides free soccer programming, mentorship, nutrition education and special events for underserved local children.
'A little Smithsonian.' Guilford woman donates uncle's WW II artifacts to West Haven Veterans Museum
This article highlights the West Haven Veterans Museum which houses the uniform of Pennsylvania Military College graduate James Gilbert.
Anthony Wheeler, dean of the School of Business Administration, is a guest on the World Matters podcast discussing his recent publication "HR Without People" and the need to prepare for a future where jobs and careers are displaced by technology. Click on the "China Faces Electricity Shortage" episode and scroll to 26:56 in the broadcast to hear the dean.
Louis Rodriguez Jr., a civil engineering graduate, Board of Trustee member, and founder and CEO of Rodriguez Consulting LLC, is a guest on this podcast discussing his background, career and his path to entrepreneurship.
Zora Wolfe, associate professor and director of the K-12 Educational Leadership and Instructional Technology programs, weighs in on post-pandemic adjustments in schools and says that technology will continue to be integrated into classrooms after remote teaching during quarantine highlighted its many benefits.
In this podcast, President Julie E. Wollman shares her insights into the transformational power of education, the university's development of an adaptable strategy, and the differentiating qualities of the Widener undergraduate and graduate student experience.
Associate Professor Dana Reisboard provides guidance to help children develop a love of reading.