Students and Faculty Attend APA Convention
Thirty-two students, faculty, and alumni from the Deptartment of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy attended the APA's National Convention.
Exec. Ed.D Student Named School Principal
Gina Cinotti, a Seton Hall doctoral student, appointed principal at Netcong Elementary School.
Tenure Debate and the Issues Facing Teachers and Students
Daniel Katz, Ph.D., spotlights the tenure debate and ways to improve teacher performance.
Honor Society Recognizes Education Professor
Thomas Massarelli, Ph.D., among elite group of educators honored by KDP.
How Did the Government Rate Your College?
College rankings expert, Robert Kelchen, Ph.D., featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Best Online Master's in School Counseling
NCATE-accredited College of Education and Human Services Online Master's in School Counseling Degree Program Ranked #1.
Professor Named to Advisory Boards
Education professor Martin Finkelstein Ph.D., appointed to Gates Foundation and TIAA-CREF advisory boards.
Superintendent of the Year Finalist
College of Education alumnus Kevin West has been named as a finalist for the 2014 Superintendent of the Year award.
CEHS Grad Making a Difference
College of Education and Human Services graduate Matt Fabricant works to improve the lives of his inner city students.
CEHS Alumnus Elected to IACBE Board of Directors
International Assembly for the Collegiate Business Education elects Dr. David Turi ’12 to its Board of Directors.
Graduate Plans to Pay It Forward
Grateful for a second chance, graduate Bilal Turkistani plans to pay it forward.
Top Research Faculty Receive Grants
The Seton Hall University Research Council (URC) recently awarded summer research-expense grants to 11 faculty members.
2014 Baccalaureate Commencement
Mary Tedeschi Eberstadt addressed 1,248 undergraduates, now alumni, telling them "You are more important than you know".