Marie I. Crossley has become a shareholder in the firm.
“Marie is a knowledgeable and excellent family law attorney who leads the firm’s Delaware office,” said Lance J. Nelson. “As the chair of the family law department, I am happy that Marie’s talents have led to her becoming a shareholder in the firm and know those talents will serve the firm’s clients well in even more ways in the future.”
For more than 16 years, Crossley has practiced exclusively in the Delaware family law arena. She handles a wide variety of divorce, custody, child support, alimony, and other family law matters ranging from the mediation of small disputes to complex divorce, custody, and support litigation.
Frank Bozich will replace Chris Pappas as CEO of the Berwyn-based materials maker, writes Frank Esposito for Plastics News.
Pappas has been CEO since 2010 and will transition to the role of special adviser to the CEO. Bozich has served as CEO at SI Group, a Schenectady, N.Y.-based specialty chemicals firm, since 2013.
Students from the Department of Biology presented research, enhanced professional development skills, explored graduate schools, and networked at one of the world’s largest undergraduate research conferences for minority students.
More than 3,000 students attended the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Indianapolis. This year, six students participated in the conference alongside Dr. Anna Hull, associate professor and research mentor in the Department of Biology, and Vanessa McRae, director of undergraduate research.
Lauren Holman, a sophomore biology major, was one of the few students who had their research accepted for presentation and awarded a travel grant to attend the conference. Also, three biology seniors presented research studies: Mydirah Littlepage-Saunders, Sarai McCoy, and Ime Nkanta. Jamal Benoit, a mathematics senior, and Solomon Bassett a biology senior, attended the conference as well.