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UD in the News
The Washington Post | June 22, 2018
Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, said Brian Krzanich's departure is appropriate, particularly in the wake of the #MeToo movement. For CEOs, "you can't say the rules apply to everyone else but you," he said. "Fraternization is a petri dish which potentially leads to other problems -- including harassment."
Delaware Business Times | June 22, 2018
Article quotes Kelvin Lee, director of the National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL). “Look at public health threats, especially flu vaccines and man-made threats,” he says. “How can we quickly respond, and have manufacturing technologies ready to meet these challenges?”
TheStreet | June 22, 2018
Business outlet also quoted Charles Elson in reference to the resignation of Brian Krzanich. "If you have a policy in place, for which other employees would face punishment if they violated it, I think [the CEO resigning] is the right thing to do."
TIME | June 21, 2018
Piece quotes Christine Heyrman, History, who discussed significant figures in history who have received pardons, including leaders of major slave revolts or suspected conspiracies.
WVUD-FM | June 21, 2018
UD's radio station features an interview with Morgan, who shared her vision for UD on the show "Campus Voices."