Drawing from personal experience, Elementary/Special Education (4+2) Major Jodiann Morgan uses storytelling to help others grow and find comfort in being themselves.
News and Events
Undergraduate education majors attended a virtual seminar titled, "Tips for Making a Positive Difference in the Academic Experience of English Learner (EL) Students" on Tuesday, May 3rd.
This edition of student spotlight introduces Ms. Amber Huang, a full-time student attending classes in the ESL@SetonHall intensive English program on campus.
Katie Smith, Ph.D., assistant professor of higher education, was the recipient of the 2022 Schreitmueller Faculty Servant Leader Award.
Robert Yaiser and Dr. David Costantino receive the Police Graduate Studies Adjunct Professor of the Year Award for their leadership and service to students and the CEHS.
Professor Christopher Tienken, Ed.D., received the Outstanding Book Award from the Society of Professors of Education, for his latest book, "The Risky Business of Education."
Li Kang, a doctoral candidate in the higher education program at the College of Education and Human Services, participated in a scholarly analysis of superintendent compensation nationwide.
ESL@SetonHall students enrolled in the ESLP 0630 course have been studying all semester for a single exam that will decide their next academic step.
In the ESLP 0571 Digital Media Publishing class, students are extending their English language skills by producing podcast episodes on topics of interest to them.
Ernesto Morillo, a Ph.D. candidate in Higher Education, Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall, was appointed the new chief of police for the South Orange police department.
Alina Pap, a doctoral candidate in Higher Education Leadership, has targeted her research on the impact of diversity and inclusion in international academic programs.
Both current and visiting students can take advantage of the many courses offered this summer, with multiple sessions running May 24 through August 26.
A distinguished panel of educators spoke with students and faculty from the College of Education and Human Services about the importance of connecting classroom learning to real life experiences.
Faculty will present perspectives on shame based on key texts from their respective disciplines.
In commemoration of the World Down Syndrome Day, a showing of the 2009 movie “Me Too” (Yo También) will take place on March 21.
This edition of student spotlight introduces Ms. Sara Franco Bustamante, a part-time student attending classes with the ESL@SetonHall intensive English program on campus.
Dr. Amy Kline hosts a guided meditation for the College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) community, encouraging tools for inner calmness to combat stress.
In the ESLP 0321 Intermediate Speaking/Listening class last week, students delivered oral presentations to their peers on the topic of health and wellness programs.
Over the last few years, the College of Education and Human Services has deepened its bench of talented instructors and researchers who are passionate about the field of education leadership.
Alumna Tara Jairdullo M.A. '20 makes history as she receives a historic promotion to lieutenant of the South Brunswick Police Department.