Education policy expert Daniel Katz discusses COVID-19 concerns and the gradual reopening of New York schools.
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.
Why did N.J. open up vaccines to teachers, others, when some are still waiting for an appointment? State says it has a plan.
Health policy expert Anne Hewitt discusses the state's decision to open up COVID-19 vaccine scheduling to more New Jersey residents.
Economist Danielle Zanzalari, an expert in credit and financial risk, discusses the function of a secured credit card.
SHMS Healthcare Administration expert Nalin Johri shares his insight on new studies examining if COVID-19 survivors can be protected with only one vaccine dose.
Philosopher Vicente Medina discusses how to engage in meaningful conversations about how to view our inherited classical traditions.
Labor relations expert Karen E. Boroff makes predictions on the Biden administration & unions, labor & big tech, and more.
Buccino Leadership Institute Director Bryan Price discusses the importance of teaching leadership skills to young adults.
College of Communication and the Arts Alumna Crystal Dickinson '98 is featured in a New York Times article about how hiring couples to act together allows us to see two people in one virtual space.
Black Student Union President Thanelie Bien-Aime and Vice President of Student Services Shawna Cooper-Gibson, co-chair of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, discuss the important anti-racism and racial justice initiatives being undertaken at Seton Hall.
Professor Ines Murzaku discusses the conflicts and cultural-religious destruction taking place for Armenians.
Associate Director Ruchin Kansal is a panelist on which transformative trends of 2020 will have the greatest impact going forward.
Financial expert Elven Riley discusses the significance of no-fee credit cards.
WSOU 89.5FM was featured on News 12 NJ's "Jersey Proud" segment for their commitment to their annual food drive.
International Law and Human Rights expert Zinaida Miller discusses the significance of truth telling and transitional justice processes.
Healthcare expert Dr. Stephen Wagner discusses policies around COVID-19 unclaimed deaths.
Financial expert Elven Riley discusses pros and cons of saving vs. investing during a recession.
As COVID-19 surges, education administration expert Christopher Tienken discusses the challenges of remote learning in K-12 schools.
Global Health Expert Yanzhong Huang discusses how COVID-19 vaccine results are poised to be one of the most important breakthroughs in a century.
Article talks about Heidi Campbell, a Texas A&M professor, who spoke about "Internet Memes and American Civil Religion" on October 21 for the virtual conference "Communication and Religion in the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election."
Article talks about Ronald C. Arnett who spoke about "Practices That Matter: The Faith and Politics of Dorothy Day" on October 22 for the virtual conference "Communication and Religion in the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election."
Education administration expert Christopher Tienken discusses national study results on school superintendents' perspectives around race and equity.
Global health expert Yanzhong Huang discusses "Toxic Politics" and China's environmental health crisis.
Occupational therapy professors, Dr. Ramona Guthrie and Dr. Meryl Picard, provide resources and tips for assisting adults with disabilities in voting.
How U.S.-China economic decoupling can hurt environmental standards and be a lose-lose proposition for both countries.
Occupational therapy professors, Ramona Guthrie and Meryl Picard, discuss how people with disabilities engage in voting during a pandemic.
Police Graduate Studies Program Director Thomas Shea discusses issues around police misconduct and deterrence.
Education administration expert Christopher Tienken discusses education policy challenges and provides advice to those entering the profession.
B.J. Schecter, Professional-In-Residence in the College of Communication and the Arts, discusses with Steve Adubato the role of Sports Media today, how it has evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic and how the Sports Media minor at Seton Hall is addressing those changes.
Global health expert Yanzhong Huang discusses vaccine nationalism and issues around COVID-19 vaccine efficacy.
Historian Vanessa May shares the powerful legacy of Dorothy Bolden.
Seton Hall's Assistant Professor and Director of Choral Activities Jason Tramm was featured in the National Association of Teachers of Singing "Voices of COVID-19" interview series. This project "seeks to give a platform to all parts of the vocal performing arts to better understand the lived experiences and mentality of those professionals."
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