Educational expert Edmund Adjapong discusses the importance of innovation to attract underserved students to STEM fields.
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.
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.
Amber M. Ingram, ’20, already an active education student on campus, brings her leadership skills to the state as the new NJEA Preservice state vice president.
Elementary/Special Education (4+2) first-year student received the highest honor for Girl Scouts.
Higher education finance expert Robert Kelchen discusses student loan debt among older adults.
Prof. Kelchen discusses his new book Higher Education Accountability with Steve Adubato.
Higher Educational finance expert Robert Kelchen analyzes new federal figures around student debt for those 50 plus.
Robert Kelchen discusses issues around federal and state policies designed to encourage higher education accountability.
Edmund Adjapong, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Studies, has focused his research and classroom practices on using hip-hop to engage students in STEM.
Robert Kelchen analyzes Pell Grant recipients and graduation rates.
Richard Blissett, an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Management & Policy and a new member of the CEHS faculty researches how institutional predictors affect students protesting racial macroaggression.
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