Matthew W. Horace, M.A. ’13, returned to campus to share insights from his latest book, The Black and the Blue.
News and Events
The Buccino Leadership Institute has received more than $7 million in gifts to develop the next generation of leaders.
Bryan Meadows, EDST assistant professor, traveled to Baltimore and Houston to present research at peer-reviewed conferences.
Stephen Hoptay wants to make sure fellow New Jersey state troopers have a chance to become leaders in law enforcement.
Blue Courage will return to Seton Hall to offer a two-day course entitled “Blue Courage: The Heart and Mind of the Guardian.”
A Holocaust Remembrance event was held on Wednesday, February 12th. Secondary Education students had an opportunity to hear narratives of survival, and meet and speak with Survivor Fran Malkin.
Nassan's Place founder Nadine Wright-Arbukarr shares her work serving families affected by Autism in Urban Communities.
Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis leads a series on Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy, developed by her husband, Dr. Albert Ellis.
Robert Kelchen is recognized as one of the top 200 education scholars and public influencers by Education Week and AEI.
Award nominations sought for college alumni who embody Monsignor Hanbury's passion and commitment to service. Deadline 1/17.
Seton Hall alumni, undergraduate students, and faculty present at the International Assembly of the National Council.
Bryan Meadows, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Studies, was an invited guest speaker at an international symposium held in Ibagué, Colombia.
David E. Baugh, Ed.D. '17, was recognized for his visionary leadership and positive impact on students.
On November 5, 2019, EDST assistant professor Dr. Bryan Meadows visited Dover School District to lead two workshops.
The Department of Educational Studies hosted Dr. Tatsuya Isono (Seijo University, Japan) on Oct. 31, 2019.
Peggy Brady-Amoon believes in doing what you love. She was recently named a fellow the the American Psychology Association.
Last week the Buccino Leadership Institute took its sophomore cohort to Gettysburg National Park for a special overnight trip to develop their leadership skills.
Bryan Meadows, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Studies travels to Bogotá Colombia to present his research at the 54th annual ASOCOPI conference.
Close to 800 students and 130 employers networked at The Career Center's Fall Career Fair.
Tienken’s book provides strategies for school leaders and aspiring school leaders focused on improving student outcomes.