A feature on Jordan Powell, a Widener and Pride football alumnus who was signed by the Toronto Argonauts.
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Lenin Agudo, director of Widener University's Small Business Development Center, shares information about assistance programs available at the federal, state and local levels.
Supreme Court must protect pro-life student speech even if it’s ‘unprofessional,’ groups argue in briefs
Michael R. Dimino, professor at Widener Law Commonwealth, is among the authors who filed a brief to the Supreme Court in support of an ongoing case involving University of New Mexico medical student Paul Hunt.
Promotion of the National Science Foundation grant totaling $200,000 awarded to Associate Professor of Biology Janice Krumm to develop online-based research experiences for undergraduate students learning remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jean Eggen, emerita professor at Delaware Law School, offers expert commentary on Johnson & Johnson's continued battle against allegations that its recently discontinued talc-based baby powder causes cancer.
A feature on Widener graduate Kevin Williams, a recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching award.
Engineering professors Kamran Fouladi and Babak Eslami were among the 43 recipients of the Manufacturing PA initiative through the Department of Community and Economic Development.
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Darrell Spurlock, Jr., professor and director of the Leadership Center for Nursing Education Research, explains that face masks to protect against the spread of COVID-19 can be dangerous for children under the age of two.
Widener will honor outgoing Board of Trustees Chair Gen. John Tilelli '63 by naming the suite of offices that house the university’s Army ROTC program in his honor.
Bruce Grohsgal, the Helen S. Balick Professor in Business Bankruptcy Law at Delaware Law School, spoke on air about the Coronavirus impact on corporate bankruptcies, and what that means for employees.
Delaware Law School student Ethan Kramer and Widener student Owen Kramer were both awarded the Herb Stern Longport Scholarship, a $20,000 award designed to help students and their families in these difficult times, in which a health crisis has exacerbated financial pressures.
Student volunteers with Chester Eastside are offering remote tutoring services in the organization's Virtual Out of School program.
Delaware Law School Dean Rodney A. Smolla will host a talk on Zoom titled “Confessions of a Free Speech Lawyer” through the Lewes Public Library.
As COVID-19 has claimed the lives of thousands across the country, Angie Corbo, associate professor and chair of communication studies, offers advice on how to console families and loved ones of those who passed.
Ola Tucker, adjunct professor at Delaware Law School, participated in the virtual International Seminar Cycle hosted by University of Vale do Itajaí.
Harry Augensen, professor and director of the Widener Observatory, writes what to expect in the night sky for the month of June.
Shana Maier, criminal justice professor, weighs in on the removal of a judge for his inappropriate questioning of a sexual assault victim.
Ross Steinman, professor of psychology, explains how consumer buying habits changed between generations.
Students Debra Washington and Rayven Hudley were inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.
As co-author of this opinion article, Michael Dimino, professor of law Widener Law Commonwealth, writes that the decision to re-open the country should be made based on scientific information as well as public input.