Juliet Moringiello, professor and associate dean for Research and Faculty Development at Widener Law Commonwealth, provides legal commentary following the Harrisburg Catholic Diocese's announcement that it filed for bankruptcy. The interview was also featured on ABC 16-WNEP.
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An examination of law enforcement's mishandling of sexual assault investigations features expert commentary from Shana Maier, professor of criminal justice.
Delaware Law School Professor Emerita Jean Eggen is quoted on recent developments in lawsuits against three opioid distributors.
This article highlights a recent trip to the New Hampshire presidential primary for five communications studies and political science students including Dover resident Jack Heavner.
The Toronto Argonauts, a professional Canadian football team, signed Widener alumnus and former Pride football defensive back Jordan Powell.
Local Delaware County students are recognized for receiving a High School Leadership Award presented in partnership between Widener and NBC10.
An article on page 5 highlights a new project between the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the School of Nursing that gives students clinical experience in the field of perioperative nursing.
This daily recap of the milestones and advancements that shaped women’s history in the U.S. features an encounter between suffragists and cadets from the Pennsylvania Military Academy during a hike from Newark, New Jersey to Washington, D.C.
Political science students Jack Heavner and Cloë Di Flumeri share what they learned from their time at the New Hampshire Presidential primary in this opinion piece.
Lawrence Hamermesh, professor emeritus at Delaware Law School, is quoted on an ongoing battle between six legal teams for the lead counsel banner in a consolidated Chancery Court derivative suit.
Jean Eggen, professor emerita Delaware Law School and an expert in tobacco litigation, outlines what key cases and issues around e-cigarettes attorney's should watch.
Widener welcomes Donny Jackson, an Emmy Award-winning executive producer and director, to campus today to present his lecture “The Reality of Documentary Television" at 5 p.m. in Alumni Auditorium as part of the university’s Black History Month activities. Additional promotion is featured in the Chester Matters Blog.
John Dernbach, professor and director the Environmental Law and Sustainability Center at Widener's Commonwealth Law School, is quoted in support of Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative which aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
A feature on Human Sexuality graduate Jenna Emerson who now works as an educator in the University of Vermont's Center for Health & Wellbeing.
Widener University Commonwealth Law School honored the late Honorable Richard P. Conaboy, an alumnus and influential player in the legal profession, at a symposium last week entitled “The Evolving Role of the U.S. Sentencing Commission and Confronting the Enigma of Just Sentencing.”
School of Business Administration graduate Ryan Raiker writes how the digital shift in the workplace is leaving a skills gap among high school-aged students.
This news feature focuses on the "breathe" campaign launched on myWidener by undergraduates Michaela Kolenkiewicz and Christiana Dunn, with guidance from Angie Corbo, associate professor of communications studies, in an effort to make it easier for students to access mental health resources on campus.
In partnership with NBC10, Widener announced the 159 students from high schools in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware who earned a High School Leadership Award for their leadership within their communities.
Jean Eggen, professor emerita at Delaware Law School, explains why having a company executive testify in a high profile case, like Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky's testimony earlier this year, can be a double-edged sword.
Undergraduate students Cloë DiFlumeri, Jack Heavner, Lindsey Cooper spoke on-air about their experience covering the New Hampshire Primary.