In the Media
The new book “For You: Original Stories and Photographs by Bruce Springsteen's Legendary Fans,” shares memories of past concerts including one held at Widener.
When planning for retirement, Kenn Tacchino, the Boettner Endowed Professor in financial planning, outlines six variables that require special consideration.
Shonteila West-Gregoire was initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
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A feature on Delaware Law School graduate Liz Devine.
A look at Delaware's constitutionally mandated partisan balance on state courts features Delaware Law School alumnus James R. Adams.
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While schools across the country moved to online classrooms, Zora Wolfe, associate professor who specializes in educational leadership, says this situation is an opportunity to give teachers and students experience in distance learning.
Lawrence Hamermesh, professor emeritus at Delaware Law School, is quoted on how Delaware’s Chancery Court is well equipped to handle complications related to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Lenin Agudo, director of Widener's Small Business Development Center, explains that small businesses can benefit from Small Business Administration loans in addition to the federal government's stimulus package.
Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce offers help for Latino businesses affected by COVID-19
Widener's Small Business Development Center is one of many local organizations working in partnership with the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to support small businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic.
A feature on Widener graduate Ericka Heart, a sex educator and activist, and their work to dismantle oppressive systems in sex education and beyond.
In this video, Widener Law Commonwealth Professor Michael Dimino discusses Buckley v. Valeo and why it is the most important campaign finance case ever decided by the Supreme Court.
Alison K. Dougherty, associate vice president of Human Resources and Title IX coordinator, comments on how the Coronarvirus may impact Title IX investigations on college campuses.
Delaware Law School and First Healthcare Compliance Announce 3rd Annual Healthcare Compliance Symposium is now Virtual Event due to COVID-19 Crisis
The 3rd Annual Healthcare Compliance Symposium, hosted by Delaware Law School and First Healthcare Compliance Announce, has moved to a virtual event on April 23.
Lenin Agudo, director of the Widener University Small Business Development Center (SBDC), talks about a digital resource hub the SBDC created to help small businesses during closures caused by the Coronavirus.
Widener joins colleges and universities around the country to extend the May 1 deadline to accept admission offers.
Natalie Chaykin, a graduate student in clinical psychology, advises that people stick to their regular sleep schedule even while working from home during COVID-19 social distancing.
A Q&A with Andrew Enders, a graduate of Widener Law Commonwealth.
Lawrence Hamermesh, professor emeritus at Delaware Law School, is quoted in an article outlining a Delaware Supreme Court decision involving Securities Act disputes.