Occupational therapy professors, Dr. Ramona Guthrie and Dr. Meryl Picard, provide resources and tips for assisting adults with disabilities in voting.
In The Media
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 a sampling of recent media coverage.
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.
Financial Expert Mark D. Schild discusses how industries and the stock market are influenced by COVID-19.
Research Scholar Nick Snow explains why, in this perfect storm, teaching and engaging with students should be a professor's highest priority.
Members of the media should contact the Office of Media Relations at (973) 378-2638 for inquiries and assistance in providing faculty experts.
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Associate Director of Media Relations