Amy Franzini, associate professor of communications studies, explains why the animated character Olaf from Frozen is so popular among young children.
In the Media
Article highlights Widener men's basketball team's 98-84 victory over Albright College. The Reading Eagle also published a photo gallery of the Widener women's basketball team's game against Albright.
Carolyn Walter will moderate an after-film discussion. Walter is a professor emerita in the Center for Social Work Education at Widener.
Assistant Professor of Nursing Mary Francis is quoted about her gun violence research on Page 13 of the digital edition of the magazine.
Delaware Law School Dean Rod Smolla is quoted explaining how Facebook's removal of posts in support of the late Iranian Major Gen. Qasem Soleimani is not required by U.S. sanctions law and may also be a violation of free speech.
This print and radio piece looks at the women's basketball team's successful season and quotes head coach Alisa Kintner.
The men’s and women’s basketball teams will host the Hoops from the Heart Martin Luther King basketball clinic on Monday, Jan. 20.
Delaware Law graduate Robert Sullivan IV was a guest on the radio show Coast to Coast discussing symbolism in cinematic movies.
With support from Widener's Visual and Performing Arts Department and Summer Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Program, former adjunct professor Jessica Warchal-King presents her contemporary dance performance "HOMEbody" on Saturday, Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the KYL/D’s CHI Movement Arts Center in Philadelphia.
Stephanie Schechner, professor of French, is credited for her role as translator of the recently published novel "Camille in October."
Commonwealth Law School Professor and Director of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Center John Dernbach is quoted in this article that discusses the Trump administration's proposal to change National Environmental Policy Act regulations.
Guerbet, a global specialist in contrast agents and solutions for medical imaging, named Widener graduate Thomas McLaughlin as Vice President for North America.
Mentions Widener Law Commonwealth Professor and Director of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Center John Dernbach and his work to outline legal measures that can reduce greenhouse has emissions.
Jean Eggen, distinguished emerita professor at Delaware Law School, offers expert commentary as to why Johnson & Johnson reached a mid-trial settlement with a consumer who claimed that its baby powder caused her cancer.
Widener Law Commonwealth Emeritus Professor Michael Cozzillio endorses Mitch Landrieu, former mayor of New Orleans, for president in this co-authored opinion article.
When creating a resolution, Luke Ayers, assistant professor of psychology, advises making small changes to slowly build new habits.
Widener graduate and former Media police officer Ed Fullmer was the 76th combat veteran honored during the local Veterans Night ceremony.
Widener graduate Isy Abraham-Raveson is featured in this written and audio piece for her work teaching elementary students about consent through her “Yes to Consent” sex-education workshop.
Lawrence Hamermesh, professor emeritus at Delaware Law School, comments on how cases heard last year will impact the Delaware Chancery Court in the upcoming year.