M.A. Museum Professions program direct Gregory Stevens, M.A.T. weighs in.
In the Media
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research. Below is a sampling of recent media coverage.
The Famous Iwo Jima Flag-Raising Photo Captured an Authentic Moment—But Gave Many Americans a False Impression
On 75th anniversary of this iconic photo, Communication and the Arts’ Professors Matthew Pressman and James Kimble reflect on the impact it made on American sentiments about WWII.
College basketball season is a busy time for Pirate Sports Network and CommArts alumnus John Fanta '17, who works dual roles as host of the weekly online show, "Big East Shootaround," and as a play-by-play announcer for Fox Sports.
Greg Stevens, M.A.T., director of both the M.A. in Museum Professions program and the Institute of Museum Ethics at Seton Hall, weighs in with his opinion on the kind of relationship museums should have with art dealers.
Per the Opera Wire review, both the artists and orchestra delivered a humorous yet very heartfelt interpretation of the opera "La Bohème" under the baton of Assistant Professor Jason Tramm.
Bob Costas event at Seton Hall featured in Forbes.
Public Relations Society Of America – New York Names BCW’s Sabrina Browne An “Exceptional” Young PR Professional
CommArts Alumna Sabrina Browne '13/M.A. '16 was recognized for her service to the PR industry.
Prof. Christopher Sharrett notes Marvel's market saturation and triumph over DC Comics with "Avengers: Endgame."
Five students from WSOU 89.5FM earned seven awards from the Garden State Journalist Association.
Seton Hall graduate and former WSOU staff member, Christina Stoffo, led a workshop for students at WSOU 89.5 FM on how to best deliver live traffic reports and connect with listeners.
Professor Christopher Sharrett explores the significance of Damien Chazelle’s film: First Man.
Professor James J. Kimble pens an obituary for Rosie the Riveter as part of a series of remembrances, "The Deaths the Shook Politics in 2018."
Why 89.5 FM WSOU remains at the top of the heavy metal charts after all these years.
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