Educational expert Edmund Adjapong on equitable practices in STEM classes and engaging students with hip-hop to provide positive science experiences.
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.
Under the mentorship of School Psychologist Thomas Massarelli, graduates Naa-Adjorkor Marques, Sherrikah Hayes, Raquan Clinton, Tiffany Jenkins, and Aja Bennett celebrated their dreams, creating history and setting new goals for diversity in this field.
Higher education finance and policy expert Robert Kelchen discusses financing student loan debt.
Education policy expert Daniel Katz discusses COVID-19 concerns and the gradual reopening of New York schools.
As COVID-19 surges, education administration expert Christopher Tienken discusses the challenges of remote learning in K-12 schools.
Education administration expert Christopher Tienken discusses national study results on school superintendents' perspectives around race and equity.
Police Graduate Studies Program Director Thomas Shea discusses issues around police misconduct and deterrence.
Education administration expert Christopher Tienken discusses education policy challenges and provides advice to those entering the profession.
Education expert Jan Arlene Furman explores policy issues and factors around school quality, spending, and educating during this time of COVID-19.
Educational expert Edmund Adjapong discusses the importance of innovation to attract underserved students to STEM fields.
Educational innovator Edmund Adjapong explains how Hip-Hop Based Education attracts students to scientific fields.
Educational ethnographer Alexandra Freidus discusses how PTOs grapple with issues around gentrification and school diversity.
Education Professor Robert Kelchen on How Bernie Sanders` Student Debt Plan Alone Won`t Actually Fix the Problem of Student Debt
Until the cost of a college education is reduced … student debt relief will be a temporary fix.
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