As Pennsylvania and other states prepare for a longer-than-usual election result determination, Widener Law Commonwealth Professor Michael Dimino explains why a long count time can lead to disputes between candidates.
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This article features a new report outlining evidence-based sex education for Muslim American adolescents co-written by Shaakira Abdullah, professor of nursing.
Amazon Prime Day can be a trap for impulse buyers according to Ross Steinman, professor of psychology.
Anthony Wheeler, dean of the School of Business Administration, shares insight into the stressful and uncertain world of furloughs.
This semester, Associate Professor of History Jordan Smith and his class are working on a project to capture local history to create a traveling museum exhibit for the community.
Pamela J. Lannutti, director of the Center for Human Sexuality Studies and an expert in communication in personal relationships, shares guidance for how couples can navigate difficult conversations.
Iqbal Mansur, professor in the School of Business Administration, shares expert advice for individuals applying for a credit card.
Widener Law School Tax and Estates Society hosted a virtual career panel with representatives from McCollom D’Emilio Smith Uebler.
A look at how local colleges and universities continue to keep campuses safe during the pandemic highlights Widener's efforts to prevent and track infection with information from Mary Allen, director of communications.
Pamela Lannutti, professor and director of the Center for Human Sexuality Studies, weighs in with expert commentary on how new couples can define and discuss infidelity.
This article features a day-in-the-life of Widener graduate Will Faudree who is a member of the gold medal-winning team at the 2003 Pan American Games in Maryland.
John Culhane, professor of law and H. Albert Young Fellow in Constitutional Law at Delaware Law School, shares his perspective on Judge Amy Coney Barrett's nomination during the first Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.
Bishop McDevitt High School senior Julian Bakos received an offer to play football at Widener.
AL DÍA celebrates the 2020 Hispanic Heritage Awards as the most diverse class, including Widener graduate and board trustee Lou Rodriguez.
Sarah Stanger began her freshman year as an Apogee Scholar.
Anthony Wheeler, dean of the School of Business Administration, discusses the impact of furlough on both the employee and employer.
As the president continues to recover from COVID-19, J. Wesley Leckrone, professor of political science, joins experts in evaluating what issues the diagnosis could create for his re-election campaign.
Delaware Law School Professor John Culhane spoke on-air about the Supreme Court vacancy and what lies ahead for the court.
Michael Dimino, professor at Widener Law Commonwealth, commented on a new committee in the Pennsylvania Legislature to oversee the integrity of the 2020 election.