Seton Hall University

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.

Are bank supervisors, or bank rules, too lax?

Economist Danielle Zanzalari discusses whether the problems at Silicon Valley Bank and other precarious financial institutions stemmed from a regulatory or supervisory failure.

Marketplace | March 20, 2023

Lost in Translation

Law Professor Margaret "Maggie" Lewis discusses the negative implications of an increasingly tense U.S.-China relationship resulting in fewer academic exchanges.

Foreign Policy Magazine | March 15, 2023

Lessons in Leadership: Jane McManus and Nick Matarazzo

Jane McManus, executive director of the Center for Sports Media, discusses a direct connection between young women playing sports and growing their leadership abilities to advance in their industries.

Steve Adubato’s Lessons in Leadership | March 12, 2023

MBAs: Explore Your Passion

Joyce Strawser, Ph.D., Stillman School of Business dean and professor, discusses the flourishing of M.B.A. programs with students individualizing their specializations to meet specific career needs from supply chain management to marketing and negotiations.

New Jersey Business Magazine | March 9, 2023

Average Car Insurance Cost

Finance expert Mark Schild discusses how inflation and other factors are driving up car insurance premiums for consumers.

WalletHub | March 7, 2023

The Aftermath of COVID in China

Professor Yanzhong Huang, Director, Center for Global Health Studies, discusses China's COVID policy and significance for the U.S. with Emmy-award winning anchor Steve Adubato.

NJPBS | March 4, 2023

Lessons in Leadership: Karisa DeSantis and Elizabeth Halpin

Elizabeth V. Halpin discusses the University's cutting-edge interdisciplinary leadership program that empowers future leaders in these disruptive times to respond through innovative mentoring, executive coaching, and empowerment.

Steve Adubato’s Lessons in Leadership | February 26, 2023

Shockingly, Californians don’t want sports betting

Executive Director of the Center for Sports Media Jane McManus reports on how Golden State voters reject two propositions that would make it legal to gamble on games without leaving the state.

Deadspin | November 10, 2022

At 77, UN Chessboard Still Requires Mastery

Hugh Dugan, Sharkey Scholar and Fellow, Center for UN and Global Governance Studies, discusses the national urgency for mastering diplomacy on UN Day, celebrating the organization's 60th anniversary.

Newsmax | October 24, 2022

PRSA NJ Announces Winners of the 33rd Annual Pyramid Awards

Senior Jiaqi Liu was named the 2022 PRSA NJ Future PR Pro of the Year. As part of her application, Liu submitted a piece of a PR campaign to highlight the utilization of cannabis in creating equity.

New Jersey Business Magazine | October 24, 2022

Aquinas at the Council

Monsignor Thomas G. Guarino, STD, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology, explores the relevance of St. Thomas Aquinas during the 60th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council (Nostra Aetate).

First Things | October 11, 2022

Considering Christopher Columbus in Context

William Connell, Professor of History and La Motta Endowed Chair in Italian Studies, discusses the life and legacy of Christopher Columbus, and issues of diversity.

Daily News | October 10, 2022

Be True to Your School

Alumnus Bill Field reflects on the recent Gala to Inaugurate the Center for Sports Media, as well as his time as an undergraduate at the University.

LinkedIn | September 26, 2022

2022`s Best & Worst States for Teachers

Education Leadership, Management, and Policy expert Christopher Tienken offers valuable analysis on the biggest challenges facing teachers today.

Wallethub | September 19, 2022

Top issues expected at UNGA agenda

International monetary expert Martin Edwards discusses the opening of the United Nations General Assembly and how economic aftershocks of COVID-19 plus inflation have made it harder for many countries to service their debt.

CGTN | September 15, 2022