Student scholars from Seton Hall and 10 other schools share their cutting-edge research as part of the Big East Undergraduate Research Symposium, happening on March 10 at Madison Square Garden.
News and Events
American Chemical Society Student Chapter advisor Prof. Joseph Badillo establishes an annual STEM education visit to the Immaculate Conception High School in Montclair, NJ.
Mary Chiọma Okorie, a Ph.D. candidate, received a Younger Chemists Committee Leadership Development Award to attend the Younger Leaders Track at the annual ACS Leadership Institute.
Seton Hall hosted a meeting of leading local researchers focused on biochemistry, microbiology, and infectious diseases.
Assistant Professor Gregory Wiedman received part of a five-year National Institutes for Health research grant to develop a pathway to treat a deadly fungal disease, Cryptococcus neoformans.
Jose Lopez’s work with cold plasmas could help evolve agriculture and transportation industries.
Innovative Seton Hall chem/biochem faculty advance women in science and commit to green chemistry.
Two Ph.D. in Chemistry students completed the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps program, a selective training program that prepares scientists to commercialize their technologies.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry once again hosted the annual North Jersey ACS Project SEED Symposium featuring student presentations. This event was held for the first time since 2019.
A leader inside and outside the classroom, Matthew Forget is a role-model for his fellow students.
Lana Hannineh, a sophomore biology major and pre-med student received a $2,500 PSEG Scholarship for Advancing STEM Majors for her contributions to environmentally focused research at Seton Hall.
The ACS at Seton Hall is recognized as one of the top student-run chapters in the country and was awarded a grant to fund its virtual activities.
College of Arts and Sciences faculty, staff and students make a difference in the lives of health care workers.
High-tech equipment and student-centered initiatives will enable collaboration and engagement in learning and research.
Combining experimental and computational tools enables the development of new iron-catalyzed radical coupling reactions.
The recipient of the Woman of the Year Award for 2020 is Dr. Cecilia Marzabadi.
The Sloan Foundation supports the Badillo Lab's research using visible light to switch on new catalytic reactions.
Cecilia Marzabadi was recently named the 2020 chair of the North Jersey Section of the American Chemical Society.
Ph.D. candidate Marius Pelmus received a grant from Royal Society of Chemistry to celebrate the Periodic Table at Seton Hall.
Seton Hall earns bragging rights among the top colleges of NJ taking first prize at the 2019 Liberty Science Center ChemExpo.