Global Health Studies expert Yanzhong Huang discusses a new COVID-19 strategy for China to respond to the Delta variant.
Media Coverage Archive
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research in a wide variety of subjects, including business, diplomacy and international relations, theology, education, science, arts and humanities, communication, law, healthcare, government and politics.
Below is the last 6 months of notable media sources.
Finance and banking expert Jennifer Itzkowitz discusses loan rates and financing options.
Finance expert Xiaoqing Eleanor Xu discusses the consequences of and solutions to the ongoing student debt crisis.
Msgr. Thomas G. Guarino, professor emeritus of systematic theology, discusses the Dallas Charter and achieving principled consistency—according to the canons of natural justice and Catholic doctrine—concerning the priesthood.
SHMS Healthcare Policy expert Nalin Johri shares his insights on COVID-19 and increased positivity rates for children who cannot being vaccinated.
United Nations expert Courtney Smith discusses Kyaw Moe Tun and UN representative postings in limbo with Myanmar's coup.
International Human Rights and Criminal Justice Professor Margaret Lewis discusses the chilling effect of Hong Kong's national security law with the conviction of Tong Ying-kit.
Associate Professor and distinguished conductor, Jason Tramm, D.M.A, was recently appointed Executive Director for the Light Opera of New Jersey.
Dr. Patrick Manning Honored with 2021 Michael Pressley Award for a Promising Scholar in the Education Field
Dr. Patrick Manning, Associate Professor and Chair of Pastoral Theology, is the 2021 recipient of the Michael Pressley Award for a Promising Scholar in the Education Field.
Why Cubans Are Rising Up Now: The U.S. embargo is one motivation, but the dictatorship has pushed the new generation over the edge
Philosophy Professor Vicente Medina discusses why a new generation of Cubans are rising up.
Seminarian John Garabedian develops Auspice Maria website to spread the saving love of Jesus Christ to hearts longing for love, happiness, and peace that only God can give.
Constitutional Law expert Thomas Healy discusses First Amendment issues around political banner language and a Roselle Park NJ court case.
Education Studies Program Director Edmund Adjapong discusses how addressing issues of social inequity and systemic racism helps to develop a more educated, skilled workforce.
International Law and Human Rights expert Zinaida Miller focuses on the significance of time and temporality in human rights and exposing the past and reorienting the future.
Economics Professor Danielle Zanzalari suggests fixes to the flaws in the State's public pension system.
Public Policy Expert Matthew Hale discusses the recent surge in homicides.
Education Studies Program Director Edmund Adjapong discusses leveraging hip-hop as an equitable approach to teaching STEM and engage more students.
Ecclesiastical History Professor Ines Angeli Murzaku discusses the World Day of Prayer and Reflection for Lebanon.
Global Health expert Yanzhong Huang discusses a new report that explores China's growing influence on international organizations such as the WHO.
College of Communication and the Arts Professor James J. Kimble, Ph.D., who is originally from Norfolk, Nebraska, presented his book "Prairie Forge: The Extraordinary Story of the Nebraska Scrap Metal of World War II," which was selected for the 2021 One Book One Nebraska statewide reading program.
Assistant Professor Beth Jameson, Ph.D. was featured on Sirius XM 143, BYUradio's "Top of Mind" with Julie Rose, a nationwide broadcast.
Financial expert Elven Riley provides advice on purchasing car insurance.
International security expert Sara Bjerg Moller explores U.S Foreign Policy and the NATO Alliance.
Professor Ines Murzaku debunks the myth of a Saint Mother Teresa cult.
Professor David Wood discusses processing the past and diplomatic engagement to usher in a new stage of relations between Armenia and Turkey.
Global health policy expert Yanzhong Huang discusses vaccine diplomacy as the U.S. ramps up its efforts to share COVID vaccines worldwide.
Finance and investment expert Mark Schild provides advice on secured credit cards.
Educational expert Edmund Adjapong on equitable practices in STEM classes and engaging students with hip-hop to provide positive science experiences.
Paul Fisher, Associate Chief Information Officer, discusses his Seton Hall journey and the transformation of academia through innovation, equity and technology.
Professor of Nursing Beth Jameson discusses the critical role of the school nurse and administering workloads to provide safe care and the best student outcomes.
Under the mentorship of School Psychologist Thomas Massarelli, graduates Naa-Adjorkor Marques, Sherrikah Hayes, Raquan Clinton, Tiffany Jenkins, and Aja Bennett celebrated their dreams, creating history and setting new goals for diversity in this field.
Monica Burnette, KC Choi, and Hezal Patel discuss the importance of a campus-wide approach to honoring, celebrating and supporting diversity, inclusion and equity during AAPI Heritage Month and throughout the year.
Biomedical Ethics Professor Bryan Pilkington discusses the role of ethics and morality when comes to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Higher education finance and policy expert Robert Kelchen discusses financing student loan debt.
Zheng Wang, Director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, discusses the role of nationalism in China today.
The 19 students from Seton Hall University's College of Nursing have been interning at the Fanwood-Scotch Plains Y this April.
In the April 2021 issue of American Nurse, this article showcases College of Nursing alumna Keri Furci, MSN, RN, AGACNP-BC, who created a wall of courage with uplifting messages to boost staff morale and let them know they are not alone during this isolating time.
Religious historian Thomas Rzeznik discusses early immigrant waves and how America transformed from anti-Catholic sentiment to positive feelings for nuns.
School of Diplomacy's David Wood, R. Joseph Huddleston and Harshana Ghoorhoo research and analyze the devastating humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Communication expert James Kimble discussed domestic propaganda messaging missteps in the battle against COVID-19.
In a special issue on certified nurses by Daily Nurse, Associate Professor of Nursing Mary Ellen Roberts, D.N.P., R.N., A.P.N.C., discusses the impacts the pandemic has had on nursing certification.
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