University and Hackensack Meridian Health forging new path in medical education.
Nursing Professor Phyllis Shanley Hansell receives the R. Louise McManus Medal for her many achievements and contributions.
Tony Varughese '17 discusses how his Catholic Studies minor helped prepare him for medical school and beyond.
Trained therapy dogs visit the campus green to aid students in decompressing before finals commenced.
Barbara Kiernan, '65 will receive the School and College Service Award at the 32nd annual Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala.
Two recently appointed administrators are assisting the College of Nursing reach the next level.
Undergraduate nursing students recently assumed the role of teacher as part of Community Health Perspectives.
Three alumni and three undergraduate students shared their interests, experiences, and journeys towards medical school.
The College of Nursing recently sponsored their first alumni panel of recent B.S.N. graduates to advise the senior class.
Through her Catholic Studies minor, Cassidy Martin '17, R.N., gained an appreciation for Catholicism's contributions to science.
The University community and friends are invited to a prayerful celebration of Saint Giuseppe Moscati on April 12 at 5 p.m.
Rose Mercadante Seminar Series final Ph.D. seminar of Neelam Lahankar "Chemical Modifications of Peptides."
Jordan Mabalatan's interdisciplinary experiences at Seton Hall have helped him develop a more holistic worldview.
Dr. Mary Ellen Roberts will discuss Healthcare for Seniors.
The new Hackensack Meridian SOM at Seton Hall University reflects on MLK's legacy and their own "Mountaintop Moments."
The Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University is now accepting applications for the inaugural class to begin in July.
Dr. Craig Irvine (Columbia) will speak on the "Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine," on April 5th at, 5 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
The national debate on the right to health care coverage continues, but with Medicaid, coverage isn't necessarily care.
PhD in Health Sciences degree candidates to defend dissertations on these topics on March 21.
Will discuss Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and the cognitive approach to psychology on April 6, 2018.
Education Professor Examines Neurofeedback As A Non-Medicinal Alternative For ADD/ADHD
PhD in Health Sciences candidate explores the effects of English proficiency on access, utilization and health status.
Interprofessional education is a cornerstone of the curriculum at Seton Hall and Dr. Florian Thomas has already started.
Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University Receives Preliminary Accreditation
M.S. in Athletic Training alumnus John Baker & current student Taylor Beam discuss the AT profession and SHU’s MSAT program.