The Widener Journal of Law, Economics & Race is pleased to announce the new Senior Managing Editor on the Harrisburg Campus and the new staff members for the 2012-2013 academic year. The incoming elected board member and staff members are as follows:
Harrisburg Editorial Board
Jesse Rhodeside (Senior Managing Editor) (HSG)
Bruce Owens (DE)
Jay Patel (DE)
Alexandria MacMaster (DE)
Brittany McCants (DE)
Kayla Butz (HSG)
Christopher King (HSG)
Melissa Chapaska (HSG)
The current 2012-2013 board members would like to send their congratulations and best wishes to the new Harrisburg board member and this year’s new staff members!
The Widener Journal of Law, Economics & Race is pleased to announce the new editorial board for the 2012-2013 academic year. The incoming elected board members are as follows:
Peter A. Galick – Co-Editor-in-Chief (DE)
Vacant – Co-Editor-in-Chief (HSB)
Scott F. Frame – Assistant Editor-in-Chief
Jade Morrison – External Managing Editor
Megan A. Hunsicker – Internal Managing Editor
Kevin P. Diduch – Research & Bluebook Editor
Staci J. Pesin – Senior Managing Editor
Sara Horatius – Web & Technology Editor
The current 2011-2012 board members would like to send their congratulations and best wishes to the new board and next year’s staff!
As you may or may not know, some unknown culprit has etched racist slurs into the men’s bathroom stall last week. The Dean has responded with a letter calling attention to the importance of diversity in education and its necessary acceptance in our school. Have our constitutional law and equal protection classes failed in providing a framework for understanding racial issues and complexities? Are the future lawyers of America no longer influenced by the pursuit of civil rights and social justice as they have been in the past? Or was this heinous act simply a result of Widener’s open door policy to outside visitors using our libraries and facilities? Tell us your thoughts, concerns and comments by submitting a blurb below.
This year’s theme brought scholars and experts from around the country to the Widener Law Harrisburg campus to address a myriad of issues related to minority participation in sports and the public eye. Symposium organizers chose the subject matter based on the recognized place of sports in culture and society.
To watch some of the presentations, follow the links below:
Daniel Frankl, Ph.D., California State University Los Angeles and Marie Hardin, Ph.D. Penn State John Curley Center for Sports Journalism
Read the text of Dr. Frankl’s remarks: diversitysymposium-sport-media-3-31-091.doc
Daniel Frankl, Ph.D., School of Kinesiology & Nutritional Science, California State University Los Angeles, speaks to the audience about inequalities among minority groups within sports.
Diversity and Sports Home
Harrisburg — The Widener School of Law Harrisburg Campus will be the site for the Dean’s Leadership Forum on Diversity on Monday, March 16, 2009 from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Administration Building.