The First 56 Days
Get involved and take advantage of the many activities and events happening during the first few weeks of the semester.
Researcher Looks for Alzheimer Clues in Voice
SHMS researcher Sona Patel hopes to develop a mobile app to detect early onset
Alzheimer's disease through voice.
Changes in Athletic Training Profession
master's degree in athletic training will be required to become a Certified
Athletic Trainer. Seton Hall's MSAT is CAATE-accredited.
National Healthcare Award for Cahill
American College of Healthcare Executives honors SHMS professor Terrence Cahill with the Exemplary Service Award.
The New Norm
Interprofessional practice is not just a buzz word in the healthcare industry. Patient-centered collaboration is the standard.
Pirate's Eye On Daniel Regenye, M.H.A. '99
Pirate Press sat down with Daniel Regenye, M.H.A. '99 to discuss his role in healthcare administration and Seton Hall.
Catholic Studies Graduating Seniors
Where are Catholic Studies Graduating Seniors Heading to?
Students Honored as Servant Leaders
Five Seton Hall University students were recognized as servant leaders both on and off campus.
Excellence in Medicine Scholarship
Physician Assistant (PA) student Emily Weinick is honored by the Edward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine Foundation.
SHMS Relay for Life Teams
Students are raising funds to support the American Cancer Society through the Seton Hall Relay for Life, April 17-18.
Love of Sports, Passion for Helping
Mercedes Cunningham, MS'14, ATC, now an Asst. Athletic Trainer at Boston College, came to SHU to follow her dream.
Health Sciences Dissertations
Three candidates for the Ph.D. in Health Sciences degree will defend their
dissertations on March 16-17.
MHA Alumni are Healthcare Leaders
A hospital COO and a Nursing Home Administrator recall the Seton Hall MHA program's "extremely helpful" classes and "outstanding faculty."