Education News Archive
- How Seton Hall Helped Deanna Iovine Fulfill Her Dream
March 20, 2018
Deanna’s dream had always been to teach at a private school in Manhattan.
- Sport Psychology Students Sweep in Presentations
March 19, 2018
Students in the Psychological Studies MA program are to present their research at the NASP conference for sport psychology
- Alumnus and Professor Honored At Hanbury Mission Awards
March 19, 2018
Donnell Pierre, M.A. ’11 and Associate Professor Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj, Ph.D., were honored at the annual alumni awards.
- Education Professor Examines Neurofeedback
March 14, 2018
Education Professor Examines Neurofeedback As A Non-Medicinal Alternative For ADD/ADHD
- Author Matthew Desmond Speaks On Poverty In America
March 12, 2018
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Matthew Desmond recently spoke and signed copies of his bestselling book Evicted.
- Evicted: An Evening with Author Matthew Desmond
February 19, 2018
Author Matthew Desmond lectures and signs copies of his Pulitzer Prize winning book.
- Professor Receives Award and Fellowship For Science
February 08, 2018
Edmund Adjapong has been selected to receive the New Scholar Creativity and Pedagogy 2017 Award.
- Lecture on the History of Peruvian Burials
February 07, 2018
Join us for the talk "Utopia Was Peru: Inca Sovereigns, Tudor Translators, and the First New England" by Christopher Heaney.
- Building Cross-Cultural Competence Through iBuddy
February 01, 2018
Counseling Psychology doctoral students Jiwon Yoo and Beyza Sinan founded iBuddy in 2016 to support cross-cultural friendships.
- 2018 CEHS Spring Alumni Reception and Awards Ceremony
January 17, 2018
The College of Education and Human Services will honor recipients of the Hanbury Alumni Mission Award and the Schreitmueller Faculty Servant Leader Award.
- Educator Named National Scholar and Influencer
January 11, 2018
Robert Kelchen, Ph.D., was recognized by Education Week for his influential role in moving scholarship into the public discourse.
- Education Professor Featured in National Media
December 18, 2017
Robert Kelchen's research on major issues in higher education today has been featured in more than 20 media outlets.
- Three Essential Strategies for Supporting ELL Students
December 08, 2017
CEHS students attend professional development workshop titled, "Strategy Workshop for Pre-Service Teachers."
- University Awarded Lilly Fellow Grant
December 07, 2017
This highly competitive grant will support faculty development workshops on "Medical Humanities: Pedagogy and Praxis."
- History Professor Interviewed by NPR
December 06, 2017
Professor William Connell appeared on NPR's WNYC to discuss Columbus, statues and the Italian-American experience.
- Seeking Nomination for the 2018 Hanbury Alumni Mission Award
November 16, 2017
Nominations for the Hanbury Alumni Mission Award are now being accepted until January 15, 2018.
- Honoring Veterans: Images of War
November 09, 2017
History Professor Maxine Lurie presents "Honoring Veterans: Images of War" in the Beck Rooms of Walsh Library.
- Student Homelessness Panel
November 02, 2017
There are over 1.3 million homeless students in the United States today. This vital issue is explored by faculty and peers in the College of Education and Human Services.
- A Century Shaped by the Russian Revolution
October 19, 2017
A public event dedicated to the centenary of the Russian Revolution(s) of 1917.
- Alumna Donates $2 Million for Scholarships
October 18, 2017
The gift of $2 million from the estate of Patricia Kelly O'Callaghan '53 will fund scholarships in law, medicine and education.
- More Than Dollars For Scholars: Lindsay C. Page Lectures on the Impact of the Dell Scholars Program
October 12, 2017
Lindsay C. Page explores how to support low-income and first-generation students in achieving college success.
- Refugees and Migrants: A Catholic Perspective
October 09, 2017
On Wednesday, October 18 Todd Scribner of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops will discuss and assess recent debates on migration and the global refugee crisis.
- Recent Graduate Spotlight in Education
October 05, 2017
The College of Education and Human Services celebrates the achievements and work of recent graduate, Conor Murtagh.
- The College of Education and Human Services Welcomes Four
October 05, 2017
Four newly appointed professors in the College of Education and Human Services aim to be role models for a new generation.
- Workshop for English Language Learners, A Success
October 04, 2017
Future educators filled this workshop to capacity as they learned strategies for working with English Language Learners.
- Partnership to Develop Diversity Pipeline for Teachers
September 21, 2017
Announcing first NJ college partnership with TSTT, one of the nation's leading teacher diversity mentoring programs.
- An American Musician Explores Eastern Europe
September 21, 2017
An acclaimed musician Howard Fishman will present his Eastern Europe-inspired multi-media song cycle at Seton Hall.
- Seton Hall Receives Bronze Award for Academic Excellence
July 13, 2017
Seton Hall University has been nationally recognized as a Bronze Medal School of Distinction by BestColleges.com.
- Many Are One Honors Two CEHS Alumna
June 29, 2017
The 2017 Many Are One Gala honored two alumna of the College of Education and Human Services for leadership and service.
- CEHS' Collaboration with Project Citizen
June 08, 2017
Students from Guadineer Middle School teamed up with secondary education students on statewide competition Project Citizen.
- Education Alumnus Receives Fulbright Award
June 05, 2017
Andrew Paulsen M.A. ‘14 has been chosen for a Fulbright Distinguished Award to teach in Taiwan.
- Online Program Top Ranked For 2nd Year
May 23, 2017
BestColleges.com has ranked the online Master’s in School Counseling program among the ten best for two years.
- Student–Mentor Relationship Comes Full Circle at Seton Hall
May 11, 2017
Maureen Gillette, dean of CEHS, and Timothy Gouraige share their inspired story of mentorship and "paying it forward."
- Four Graduate Students Receive (STAY) Fellowships
May 10, 2017
For the third year in a row, graduate counseling students have been selected as STAY) fellows.
- Police Studies Alumnus and Professor Honored
April 29, 2017
The College of Education and Human Services honored alumnus, Charles Binder, and Dr. Grace May at the Spring Alumni Reception.
- Education Students Globally and Nationally Recognized
April 22, 2017
Undergraduate students in Educational Studies awarded internationally and nationally renowned grant and scholarships
- Samba!- A Conversation with Philip Galinsky
April 07, 2017
Seton Hall to host a lecture by Philip Galinsky, Ph.D., ethnomusicologist and director of Samba New York!
- 4th Annual Hanbury Awards Honor Alumnus & Professor
April 05, 2017
Police Graduate Studies alumnus and Associate Professor in the Department of Education & Human Services honored for 2017.
- Great American Speeches Of Our Time
April 03, 2017
Great American Speeches of Our Time is one of a series of classes being offered as part of Summer Sessions at Seton Hall.
- ROTC Faces The Scuba Challenge
March 31, 2017
ROTC cadets add diving to their training
- Richard Arum Lectures
March 28, 2017
"What are College Students Really Learning: How Available Evidence and New Approaches to Assessment Can Help"
- Education Professor in MarketWatch, Inside Higher Ed
March 24, 2017
Professor of Higher Education Robert Kelchen, was featured in media throughout the country on work study, Pell and more.
- Alumna Wins NYC Excellence in Education Award
March 24, 2017
Lauren Diorio '13 was selected as a 2017 Success Academy Excellence Award winner, receiving the Teacher Growth Award.
- Grant Studies Student Debt With Rising Tuition
March 20, 2017
Robert Kelchen, Ph.D.examines whether graduate tuition rose at higher rates as student borrowing increased.
- Library Speaker Series: Critical Issues in Information
March 13, 2017
John Berry III and Associate Professor Christopher Tienken discuss the modern age of (mis)information.
- Russian Revolution, Russian Reaction
March 08, 2017
In his talk Dr. Knight will discuss the revolutions of 1917 as well as the break-up of the Soviet Union and its aftermath.
- Disability Takes Center Stage in Diversity Debate
March 08, 2017
Disability as Diversity frames disability not as an impairment, but rather an important dimension of diversity.
- What Are College Students Really Learning?
February 27, 2017
Richard Arum, Ph.D. explores this topic and invites attendees to share in this timely and ultimately vital discussion.
- Research Spotlight: Neurofeedback and Attention
February 21, 2017
The Department of Educational Studies is conducting new innovative research that uses neurofeedback to improve attention.
- CEHS Faculty Members Collaborate for New Book
February 17, 2017
The book offers parents a resource to support their children in learning mathematics and literacy.