CHDCM Pirates from the Professional Psychology & Family Therapy program present their research on topics relating to mental health awareness at The New England Psychological Association conference.
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Two Seton Hall Alumni have been appointed as the presidents of higher education institutions in Ohio and New Jersey, respectively.
Do you want to maximize the effects of your studying? These seven tips, based on principles derived from the science of behavior analysis, can significantly improve your academic performance.
Celebrating its 75th anniversary, Seton Hall’s student-run radio station WSOU 89.5 FM has been selected as “College Station of the Year” by the National Association of Broadcasters.
College Dean cites interdisciplinary approach to education as the Solution. Dean Bryan Crable is thinking about color, opportunity, and how we as a society conceptualize race, racism, and privilege.
Seton Hall University students and students from other invited schools and colleges will participate in a virtual meet with a group of Ukrainian students from the Borys Grinchenko University in Kyiv.
Current MBA student Jiaqi Liu used her training as an undergraduate public relations major to win the NJ State Sales Competition hosted by MJH Life Sciences.
Learn more about adjunct teaching at Seton Hall at our information fair. Opportunities are available across three campuses at the undergraduate and graduate levels including health sciences and law.
This past summer, five Museum Professions graduate students in the College of Human Development, Culture, and Media embarked on internships at various institutions around the United States.
A thought leader in women’s sport, Center for Sports Media’s executive Director, Jane McManus, featured within a week period on three top media outlets.
Two National Security Fellows from the School of Diplomacy, joined by students and practitioners from around the world, were selected to showcase their original research in Washington, D.C.
Doctoral student, Ryan Sliwak, will be a panelist at the Tuesday' Children Lessons on Recovery and Resilience Forum where he will present his personal experience of being a child of 9/11.
The event, "Calling the Game: Kenny Albert on Versatility," focused on his journey into sports broadcasting — inspiring and informing students about the world of sports media.
The College of Human Development, Culture, and Media marked a significant milestone with its inaugural convocation, during which the community celebrated the launch of Seton Hall’s newest college.
The Center for Sports Media hosted Stephen A. Smith, offering students a rare opportunity to engage with one of sports media's most influential voices.
Seton Hall University was again recognized as one of the Top Colleges in America by The Princeton Review.
Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy is hosting their 25h Annual Supervision Conference entitled, Addressing Racial Trauma in Clinical Supervision on Friday. October 13, 2023.
Join us at the Fall Graduate Open House on October 3 to explore over 90 innovative programs and connect with faculty, meet students, and discover your path to success.
Celebrate the people and events that have made WSOU one of the most distinguished college radio stations in the United States for the past 75 years at Walsh Gallery.
Bryan Crable, Ph.D., a leading scholar in the fields of communication and rhetorical theory, has been named the Founding Dean of the College of Human Development, Culture, and Media.
Developed in accordance with Harvest Our Treasures, the new College reframes education and communication as engines of innovation that intersect with each other to drive human development.
Ines Angeli Murzaku, professor of religion and director of the Catholic Studies Program, celebrates her private audience with Pope Francis.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 30 percent of Americans surveyed will watch or follow FIFA’s 32-nation soccer tournament – a number that grows to 46 percent among sports fans.
Three accomplished education majors were recently honored at the New Jersey Distinguished Clinical Intern Awards ceremony.