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Why hasn't #MeToo been a force in the boardroom? News OnlineCharles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, said that focusing on a single gender could send the wrong message, even if well intentioned. “Eliminating anybody because of an immutable characteristic is not a healthy thing."
Fisk University's On A Mission To Diversify The Next Generation of Fine Art Curators OnlineArticle mentions workshop hosted by the UD, where students from HBCU's learned how physics comes into play when restoring a historic home or how a destroyed Roman sculpture can be pieced back together by tracing mineral deposits in the fragments.
Jeffrey Katzenberg Will Pay $3.5 Million to End Suit Over Comcast Deal News“You would normally see something like this covered by insurance,” said Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance. “That's why you have director's and officer's coverage, because it would be hard to recruit directors if they had to personally pay to settle claims against them.”
Study suggests Trump's "Muslim ban" actually improved attitudes toward Muslims mentions a study co-authored by Kassra Oskooii, Political Science and International Relations, that suggests Trump's Muslim ban may have had an unexpected upside.
Biden: 'When I die, Delaware will be written on my heart.' News JournalReport on speech given by Joe Biden notes that he has "stayed busy since leaving office leading the Biden Cancer Initiative, as well as the University of Delaware Biden Institute."
U.S. senators take aim at Delaware's bankruptcy advantage News JournalCharles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, said a bill introduced Monday would mean many companies would not be able to take advantage of the superb expertise of the bankruptcy judges that reside in Delaware.
Incredible Blackbeard discovery: Stunning find on buccaneer's ship reveals pirate reading habits NewsSixteen tiny paper fragments were found in the chamber of a cannon found on the wreck of Blackbeard's flagship. UD art conservation students helped restore the paper and identify the book from which they came.
Paper Scraps Recovered From Blackbeard's Cannon Reveal What Pirates Were Reading mentions the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation's role in the project.
Researchers find book fragments aboard wreckage of Blackbeard's ship with the Queen Anne's Revenge Conservation Lab worked with the Program in Art Conservation, UD's partnership with Winterthur, to conserve the fragile fragments.
The lives they lived New York Times MagazinePublication profiles Enrico Quarantelli, who co-founded the Disaster Research Center at Ohio State University in 1963 before it was moved to its current home at UD.

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