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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.

Best Secured Credit Cards

Economist Danielle Zanzalari, an expert in credit and financial risk, discusses the function of a secured credit card. 

WalletHub | February 19, 2021

A Culture War in Classics?

Philosopher Vicente Medina discusses how to engage in meaningful conversations about how to view our inherited classical traditions. 

Chronicle of Higher Education | February 16, 2021

To Love, Honor and Co-Star: Making Room for Two on Zoom

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.

The New York Times | February 10, 2021

Anti-racism is part of Catholic identity on these campuses

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.

U.S. Catholic | February 2, 2021

Healthcare Panel`s 2021 Outlook

Associate Director Ruchin Kansal is a panelist on which transformative trends of 2020 will have the greatest impact going forward.

Medical Marketing and Media | January 5, 2021

COVID-19: Claiming the dead

Healthcare expert Dr. Stephen Wagner discusses policies around COVID-19 unclaimed deaths.

CGTN America | December 3, 2020

The Best Way to Invest $5,000

Financial expert Elven Riley discusses pros and cons of saving vs. investing during a recession.

CreditDonkey | November 30, 2020

Memes used to tweak believers`, politicians` views

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."

Catholic Sentinel | November 4, 2020

Help Your Clients Vote!

Occupational therapy professors, Dr. Ramona Guthrie and Dr. Meryl Picard, provide resources and tips for assisting adults with disabilities in voting.

Elite Healthcare | October 14, 2020

Voting with a Disability

Occupational therapy professors, Ramona Guthrie and Meryl Picard, discuss how people with disabilities engage in voting during a pandemic.

Healthcare Elite | October 7, 2020

2020`s Best & Worst States for Teachers

Education administration expert Christopher Tienken discusses education policy challenges and provides advice to those entering the profession.

WalletHub | September 21, 2020

How COVID-19 Will Change Sports Media Forever

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.

Best of NJ | September 16, 2020

Jason Tramm: Art Goes On

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."

National Association of Teachers of Singing | March 21, 2020
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