Assistant Professor Moira Kendra and a pulmonary interdisciplinary team from Atlantic Health System was awarded the Helen Henry Excellence in Interprofessional Care Award.
Volunteers from the Speech-Language Pathology program demonstrated servant leadership in action at a recent Family Fun Day hosted by the North Jersey Elks Developmental Disabilities Agency (NJEDDA).
As part of the Office of International Programs' Thanksgiving Dinner Program, staff welcomed international students to their homes and shared the meaning and traditions of Thanksgiving.
On October 23, Jess Rauchberg, Ph.D., a new faculty member for the Department of Communication, Media, and the Arts, presented at "The Promises and Perils of Generative AI in the Creator Economy."
Through a grant awarded by the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, College of Nursing graduate students had the opportunity to learn about and engage in new telehealth technology.
Inside the Core, we are hosting our last Scholars' Forum in the CIT for this semester with Core adjunct Mary Grace Mangano, presenting with her co-editor, poet Dana Gioia, on their poetry anthology.
Learn about Microsoft's latest updates, designed to improve user experience, boost collaboration and increase productivity.
Young entrepreneurs celebrate innovation and creativity to solve real world problems at the High School Pirates Pitch.
Social Work Professor Juan Rios gave a TEDx Talk at Columbia University entitled "Trash Bags and Transformation: Crafting Inclusive Community."
The NCBI training program is aligned with Goal 4 of Seton Hall University's Strategic Plan and seeks to cultivate cross-divisional partnerships, improve communication across campus, and advance DEI.
The Seton Hall Arts Council has renewed its partnership with the South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) for the eighteenth season in a row.
Seton Hall Pirate Battalion ROTC cadets conduct their annual fall semester field training exercise at Picatinny Arsenal, learning weapon proficiency, teamwork, and small unit tactics.
A Seton Hall professor has returned with even more confidence in the ability of interreligious and interethnic dialogue to foster peace and justice.
The Division of Student Services is offering a free Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) training to female members of the University community on December 2 and 3.
Want to get involved? The Office of Graduate Affairs is looking for graduate students who want to represent their programs and have a desire to help prospective and newly admitted students.
Living with a purpose of helping those most in need, Seton Hall Alumnus Nick Scalera’s story is one of triumph, transformation, and tenacity.