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The Chesterton Review
The Chesterton Review

The Chesterton Review in Chronicles Magazine.

Service Trip Interest Meeting

Want to volunteer in Haiti or El Salvador over winter/spring break? Interest meeting: Tues., 9/9, 7 p.m., Chancellor's Suite.

Voices of the Hall
National Speaker Series Launched

Seton Hall announces the launch of a new speaker series bringing events to alumni and parents throughout the country.

Randy Marti and students
Giving Back to the Profession

Fieldwork educator and alumnus Randy Marti helps OT students take classroom knowledge into real-world clinical settings.

Expansion to Washington, D.C.
Semester in Washington, D.C.

The School of Diplomacy and International Relations' Washington Internship program is now open to all SHU students.

Limerick Ireland
Service Trip Takes Group To Ireland

Students and staff members recently traveled to Limerick, Ireland to participate in a Servant Leadership Experience.

Matthew Hale
Professor, Village President Team Up to Teach

Professor Matthew Hale and South Orange Village President Alex Torpey Partner to Teach an Innovative Course in Public Administration.

APA Group
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.

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Seton Hall Recognized as a "Best College"

The Princeton Review ranks Seton Hall as one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education.

Father Paul Holmes
Seminar for New Catholic Pastors

Father Paul Holmes of the Religion Department recently hosted a Lilly Endowment funded seminar for new Catholic Pastors.

College of Nursing Open House
Nursing Open House

Seton Hall University College of Nursing  Will Host an Open House on Wednesday, August 20, 2014  from 5-7 p.m.

Physical Therapy students present their poster at the Petersheim Academic Exposition
Partners in Research

School of Health and Medical Sciences students have the opportunity to conduct research alongside experienced faculty.

Oesterreicher's Book Collection

Announcing the reorganization and broader availability of Msgr. John M. Oesterreicher's book collection.

Clinical Nurse Leader Graduation

The College of Nursing's Master’s Entry–Clinical Nurse Leader (C.N.L.) program graduated its fifth class.

Jubilee Hall
Tenure Debate and the Issues Facing Teachers and Students

Daniel Katz, Ph.D., spotlights the tenure debate and ways to improve teacher performance.

Thomas Massarelli
Honor Society Recognizes Education Professor

Thomas Massarelli, Ph.D., among elite group of educators honored by KDP.

Leaders in Healthcare, disaster simulation
Seton Hall Featured on

School of Health and Medical Sciences and College of Nursing students participated in a disaster simulation on campus.

Dr. Robert Kelchen
How Did the Government Rate Your College?

College rankings expert, Robert Kelchen, Ph.D., featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Lynn Curtis-Vinegra conducting data collection.
Bodies in Motion

High-tech equipment aids research in the School of Health and Medical Sciences' Functional Human Performance Lab.

Shontelle Berfet (far left), Dr. Denise Rizzolo (center)
Helping the Community

Physician Assistant colleagues develop an interprofessional oral health outreach program in Boston.

Susan Peck, APN, MSN
Emerging Nurse Leader

College of Nursing Alumna Named Emerging Nurse Leader by Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses.

Series Delivers Valuable Workshops

Continuing Education and Professional Studies Offers New Fall Series for Everyone, From Job Seekers to Truth Seekers

Mary Ellen Roberts
Mary Ellen Roberts to Chair FAANP

Mary Ellen Roberts, D.N.P., A.P.N.,C., FAANP, FAAN, was recently elected as the Chair of the Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP).

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Catholic Studies Major in Chile

Senior Brianna Fitzpatrick describes how her studies influenced her study abroad experience in Chile this past May.

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Yeomin Yoon

Finance Professor Yeomin Yoon discusses how globalizing China could benefit the world. 

Yeomin Yoon
Stillman School of Business
China Daily
Mark Denbeaux

A study led by Prof. Mark Denbeaux sheds light on the U.S. prisoner swap with the Taliban.

Mark Denbeaux
Professor of Law
The Washington Post
Mark Denbeaux

Prof. Mark Denbeaux on research into released Guantanamo prisoners returning to battle. 

Mark Denbeaux
Professor, Law School
NBC News

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