Connie Sobon Sensor, Ph.D., R.N., Defends Dissertation to Successfully Graduate
Doctoral degree will advance a nursing career rich in international experience.
Nursing Students Inducted
Gamma Nu Inducts Undergraduate and Graduate Students into National Honor Society.
Nursing Students Volunteer with Holocaust Survivors
Nursing students learn how much a patient's past affects their present.
Nursing Open House
College of Nursing will Host Open House on Tuesday, May 5 from 9 - 11 a.m., in the Faculty Lounge (2nd Floor) of the College of Nursing.
Nursing Hosts Research Symposium
New Ph.D. grad's presentation focused on results from a nursing survey related to safety
Nine Members Will Drive Tau Chi Beta Forward
The new sorority will focus on service for humanity and will work with mentors and other community groups on campus to help others.
Colleen Carrington Epitomizes Lifelong Learning
Dr. Carrington, D.N.P., R.N., CPNP, IBCLC, received her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree in March, the culmination of a long career including three nursing degrees from Seton Hall.
Nursing Professor Leads Policy Development at FAANP Meeting
Mary Ellen Roberts, D.N.P. Program Director, leads policy development at the national level.
Discover the Spectrum
Come to the Main Lounge at 7:30pm on April 8th, for a fun and rewarding night that focuses on raising awareness for autism.
Students Provide Health Screenings and Food to Dover Residents
Nursing Rises in U.S. News Ranking
Seton Hall University College of Nursing Graduate Programs Ranked in Top 75 by U.S. News and World Report
Nursing Students Invited to United Nations
Seton Hall Nursing Students Invited to Annual Conference of the Committee on Teaching About the United Nation.
Marie Foley Appointed College of Nursing Dean
Acting dean since Aug. 2014, Foley was commended for her "impressive vision for the future of the College of Nursing."