Research professors Ruth Segal and Michael LaFountaine are maintaining their commitment to securing important funding, resulting in significant grants at the IHS campus.
The College of Arts and Sciences launched an new initiative to support undergraduate students performing original research with faculty mentors in the four STEM departments.
The University Core is pleased to announce our Teacher of the Year, Chad Thralls, Ph.D., and Scholar of the Year, Roger Alfani, Ph.D. They bring a standard of excellence to the Core and to Seton Hall.
Despite a global pandemic, Seton Hall University's Office of Grants and Research (OGRS) 2022-2023 OGRS Annual Report reveals significant funding gains over the past three years, garnering $16 million.
A study led by Wesley Pech, associate dean of academics and partnerships, and associate professor of economics, sheds light on the impact of makeup applied by a professional on trust perception.
Professor Branden Buehler published Front Office Fantasies: The Rise of Managerial Sports Media (University of Illinois Press).
CHDCM Founding Dean Bryan Crable discusses new college launch, innovative leadership skills for emerging leaders, and his research and upcoming book.
In 2023, Seton Hall junior Manners attended Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies (iSchool) REU program, studying Reddit’s engagement data after the Wagner Insurrection.
Highlighting the opioid crisis, recent research by Kathleen Neville and Julia Bonfim on xylazine infiltration in illicit drugs was featured by both My American Nurse and Academy of Forensic Nursing.
Input from the Seton Hall community is being sought for a brand research project.
Middle States Commission on Higher Education Annual Conference showcases student research and faculty mentorship at Seton Hall University.
Graduate students, along with faculty from the Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy, shared research on behavioral psychology at a recent conference hosted by St. Francis College.
A Seton Hall professor has returned with even more confidence in the ability of interreligious and interethnic dialogue to foster peace and justice.
Professor Gaia Bernstein did not foresee the legal implications of technology company oversight when she started writing her book Unwired: Gaining Control Over Addictive Technologies.
Sergiu Gorun, Ph.D. collaborates with Alexander Fadeev, Ph.D. and James Hanson, Ph.D. to create materials that use sun and air to produce activated oxygen, not chemicals, with DTRA.
On October 27, Seton Hall University’s Catholic Social Thought (CST) in Action Academy was featured in a colloquium at St. John’s University in New York.