Monthly Archive: April, 2014

Drug Courts: Fair Courts?

Work in the School of Human Services Professions allows us wonderful opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. Beyond this, students dually enrolled in programs at Widener, such as PsyD and Criminal Justice or MSW and… Continue reading

Religious Pluralism

The movement to shift the discourse from diversity to pluralism in its essence is designed to value the multicultural aspects that enrich the student bodies of many colleges and universities. In the 2007… Continue reading

I Wish I was a Minority

Have you heard remarks like these in your classroom? Maybe during a discussion on race, a white student notes that if only she were in the minority, then she would have more scholarships… Continue reading