Education Professor Edmund Adjapong has published Hip-Hop as Praxis & Social Justice, the second volume in a series.
News and Events
Twenty new and experienced public school teachers attended a free webinar hosted by the TESOL graduate certificate program.
Seton Hall study abroad students connect virtually with their counterparts at Surcolombiana University in Colombia.
When the K-12 school closings started happening in mid-March, TESOL alumna Ms. Alissa Ricci was already prepared.
Three newly-minted Seton Hall graduates are heading back to school — this time as high school teachers.
Empowered by her instructional technology classes, senior Erin Luna creatively shifted her preschool class to remote learning.
Special Education and School Counseling were ranked among the top master's programs in the U.S.
In three recent publications, EDST faculty provides language teachers guidance in how to make culture teaching more inclusive.
Assistant professor Frank Cicero, Ph.D., thinks it's time to take a moment and reflect, review and maybe make some changes.
Student teachers from the College of Education and Human Services are finding smart new ways to engage with their classes.
Daniel Katz, Ph.D., an education professor and father of two, offers tips for making school at home happier.
As universities respond to the pandemic, Seton Hall faculty-student collaborative research project continues online.
Maryum Raheem was recognized by the American Psychology Association for her work with disadvantaged teens and young adults.
Matthew W. Horace, M.A. ’13, returned to campus to share insights from his latest book, The Black and the Blue.
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.