This fall semester four education majors (EDST) have been participating in a teacher internship program on campus with the ESL@SetonHall intensive English program.
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International students are curating a "Campus Dispatch" website where they record the results of person-person surveys they conduct on campus this semester.
Assistant Professor Dr. Bryan Meadows collaborated with a faculty colleague at the Universidade Católica de Pernambuco (UNICAP) to create and deliver a four-week remote seminar for UNICAP students.
Students enrolled in ESL@SetonHall intensive English program this semester are producing English-language podcasts for global audiences. Students are recording the episodes using the Podbean app.
Former NBA superstar and Olympic gold medalist Allan Houston will be bringing his leadership mentoring program that emphasizes Faith, Integrity, Sacrifice, Leadership and Legacy (FISLL) to Seton Hall.
Seton Hall students enrolled in the ESL@SetonHall Intensive English Program on campus have been exploring off-campus locations as part of “Student Fridays” programming.
Assistant Professor Bryan Meadows spoke remotely with audiences in Vietnam on September 15th as part of an EducationUSA webinar series introducing US higher education to prospective students.
On Friday September 10th, a group of Seton Hall students participated in a special walking tour focused on the campus's historic buildings.
Undergraduate Educational Studies (EDST) students connected remotely with their global counterparts at Catholic universities in Brazil and Colombia.
Assistant Professor of the Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program, Dr. Minsun Lee, has been awarded the Post-Doctoral Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA) Leadership Fellow.
Conversations with local members of the Ukrainian Diaspora has helped a group of Seton Hall researchers better understand the importance of faith and culture to this immigrant community.
At this moment that I am speaking, I want to say that I got accepted into a Master of Arts program in Interreligious Studies, which is my academic field of specialization.
Before joining the ESLP program, Isabela was completing her undergraduate degree in Fortaleza, her home city in Brazil. She says she chose Seton Hall University for two main reasons.
In Summer 2021, I am pleased to start the MPA program, specializing in non-profit organization management. To strengthen my language abilities in English, I joined English as a Second Language classes at Seton Hall University.
ESLP students at Seton Hall have the opportunity to take an exciting course introducing them to various disciplines at the university. It's titled: ESLP 0571 English for Specific Purposes.
Tsvetelina Ilieva from Bulgaria and Cagla Bengi from Turkey arrived at Seton Hall in January on athletics scholarships to join the Women’s Volleyball program.
Urban Education Through the Context of Hip-Hop, otherwise known as "Hip-Hop Ed," has become a must-take class for students at Seton Hall.
Students in the ESL@SetonHall program are meeting Friday mornings this semester for the MultiLingual MultiMedia Club (MLMMC), an online space to exercise multilingualism and multimedia literacy.
The ESL@SetonHall program (ESLP) and the EDST department are participating in a unique collaboration this semester.
Ms. Tatiana Araz, TESOL graduate student, is making a difference in the field of ESL (English as a Second Language) in New Jersey.
Stories of resilience and strength, and a lasting message of perseverance through difficult times and the possibility of hope.
In her soaring video portrait, College of Education and Human Services graduate student, Amber Ingram, takes viewers on a personal journey to understand and celebrate her racial identity.
Assistant Professor, Bryan Meadows, Ph.D., gave a series of invited lectures recently to faculty and students at the Ibn Rushd College of Education at the University of Baghdad, Iraq.
The ESL@Seton Hall program hosted a virtual webinar for international students titled, “What is the IELTS exam?”. The webinar was the third installment in the Fall 2020 seminar series.