In this "Back to School" special, Kathy Sheikh, assistant professor and assistant dean of nursing on the university's Harrisburg campus, highlighted the program for its work preparing career-ready nurses in the central Pennsylvania region.
In the Media
This look at how working parents can plan to balance work life and their kids' upcoming school year includes expert advice from Donna McCloskey, professor in the School of Business Administration.
This opinion article written by Normajean Colby, associate professor of nursing, examines the impact of the continuing nurse faculty shortage in the country.
Article features criminal justice major Josh Bryan.
This article includes Widener's plan for the upcoming semester related to COVID-19 testing.
OPINION: ‘Institutions must be held accountable for how they are failing Black academics — and Black women academics in particular’
Janelle L. Williams, associate dean of graduate and continuing studies, penned this opinion article about the need for structural change in the national higher education system.
Micaleh Morrison received a scholarship from the Waynesboro Rotary Club for the third time.
Government can’t discriminate against religious schools, but they can discriminate when they hire teachers
Alan Garfield, professor of law at Delaware Law School, examines two recent Supreme Court decisions that the government may not discriminate against private religious schools, but the schools may discriminate against their employees.
The Middle Atlantic Conference, which includes Widener, announced its decision to cancel the fall sports season amid COVID-19.
Local coverage celebrating undergraduate and graduate students who earned a degree in May.
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Jean Eggen, distinguished emerita professor at Delaware Law School, is quoted in this article on a recent ruling upholding a verdict that Bayer's Roundup products caused a man's deadly form of cancer.
Delaware announced that it will not hold the 2020 bar exam, which was recently moved from Delaware Law School to the fairgrounds in Harrington, Kent County
Richard Cooper, clinical assistant professor of social work, helps to separate fact from fiction on the history of the civil rights movement.
Affiliate Librarian and Assistant Archivist Kayla Van Osten wrote in the official blog of the Pennsylvania Library Association's College and Research Division on the growing need for access to digital materials in institutions of higher education during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Commonwealth Law Professor Michael R. Dimino comments in this story on a proposed constitutional amendment that would move Pennsylvania to regional elections for its Supreme and Appeals Courts.
Shana Maier, a professor of criminal justice, comments on recent allegations of sexual assault at The George Washington University and encourages implementing prevention tactics like bystander education.
An article co-authored by Professors Beatriz Urraca and Stephen Madigosky on the Coronavirus and coffee production was repurposed in Spanish in this peer-reviewed academic journal.
The latest feature of the Building Bridges series profiles Delaware resident and Widener Law School graduate Romona Fullman for her work in the community advocating for social justice, furthering racial equality, working toward reform policies and other critical topics.
Michael Dimino, professor at Commonwealth Law School, discusses gubernatorial use of emergency power.
This article quotes Alison Dougherty, associate vice president of Human Resources and Title IX coordinator, on the impact of new federal rules governing how to resolve cases of on-campus sex crimes.