Widener, in partnership with NBC10, announced the winners of the 10th annual High School Leadership Awards. President Julie E. Wollman recognized 129 students for their outstanding achievements.
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This article recognizes South Jersey high school students for receiving the 2021 High School Leadership Awards presented in partnership between Widener and NBC 10.
President Julie E. Wollman discusses her vision for the university post-COVID which includes remaining agile in the evolving industry, delivering the highest quality student experience, and continuing to expand health care programs and interdisciplinary collaboration.
This feature story highlights Mary Frances McNulty, a High School Leadership Award recipient, and her work to support her local library during COVID-19.
This article features a Q&A with Ryan Raiker, a School of Business Administration alumnus and adjunct professor, who serves as head of global content and digital experience strategy at ABBYY, a Digital Intelligence software company.
Some in power are still mad that Pa.’s Supreme Court ruled on election law. Here’s why it matters now.
As some lawmakers still disagree with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's ruling on the 2020 election, Michael Dimino, professor of law at Widener Law Commonwealth, offers expert commentary on the court's involvement.
Delaware County Historical Society hosts a live virtual conversation on women’s path for equal rights
James May, distinguished professor of law at Delaware Law School, will lead a discussion during the upcoming virtual community conversation “Women’s Journey for Equal Rights" hosted by Delaware County Historical Society.
Harry Augensen, professor of physics and astronomy, writes that in April we can expect to see winter constellations vanish into evening twilight and spring constellations take center stage.
This article features a collection of seasonal photos of the Tayler Arboretum.
Michal Buchhandler-Raphael, assistant professor of law at Widener Law Commonwealth, writes about the under-prosecution of sexual assault.
Widener student Aubrey Wagner was initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, an all-discipline collegiate honor society.
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Graduate student and Pride pitcher Joey Zettlemoyer was named Pitcher of the Week.
Promotion of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute's upcoming May-Mester, a week-long virtual open house designed to introduce adults ages 50 and up to the learning community.
Marina Barnett, associate professor of social work, will be a panelist in a virtual town hall discussing “Mental Health Matters in the Midst of a Pandemic,” hosted by the J. Lewis Crozer Library.
Courtney Kelly, executive director of Admissions, is quoted on the new partnership between Widener and Massanutten Military Academy that establishes a formal acceptance process for MMA cadets.
Local high school are recognized for receiving the 2021 High School Leadership Awards presented in partnership between Widener and NBC 10.
This article mentions Widener's Small Business Development Center and its efforts to support local small businesses.
This article points to research by Michal Buchhandler-Raphael, professor at Widener Law Commonwealth, that examines voluntary and involuntary intoxication laws across the country.
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Making America A Better Place for All: Sustainable Development Recommendations for the Biden Administration
John Dernbach, professor and director of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Center at Widener Law Commonwealth, co-edited the article "Making America A Better Place for All," which recommends steps the Biden-Harris Administration should take now to advance the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, both domestically and abroad.