Students expand on their knowledge through hands-on rehabilitation at top tier clinical sites.
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During the annual ceremony, first-year nursing students were reminded to be servant leaders who are humanistic and caring.
Scientist from the Hackensack Meridian Health Center for Discovery and Innovation explained why some drugs work, others don't.
More than $100,000 in grants to support research targeting diabetes, depression, and epilepsy.
Professor Yanzhong Huang discusses issues around the outbreak of the Wuhan, China coronavirus.
Congressmen Pascrell and Payne visit University and announce they will be introducing national campus fire safety legislation.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked Seton Hall 17th in the nation for Online Graduate Nursing Programs for 2020.
Ofelia Martinez was one of only eight awarded a prestigious two-year fellowship by the National Board of Medical Examiners.
Amid changes in the profession, Seton Hall's MSAT continues to yield skilled certified athletic trainers.
This week the inaugural class Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University begin their clerkships.
Students will gain first-hand experience in exploring nursing and healthcare in Ecuador.
Associate Professor Sherry Greenberg was inducted as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing.
School of Health and Medical Sciences co-sponsors the SHU-HPMSNJ Graduate Healthcare Management Student Case Study Challenge.
On Friday, November 8 a group of Buccino Leadership Institute students toured the Seton Hall IHS Campus.
Lecture entitled Care of Severely Impaired African-American Newborns: A Matter of Public Health and Christian Social Ethics
Two-time alumna Benay Johnson, M.A. ’93/D.N.P. ’18 followed her deep-rooted ambition to help others by pursuing her D.N.P.
Beginning in January 2020, the College of Nursing will offer an online certificate program focusing on population health.
The College of Nursing recently held its 2019 Margaret C. Haley Awards to honor its distinguished graduates.
Open enrollment begins Monday, October 28 and will end on Friday, November 15, 2019.
College of Nursing has been recognized as a winner of the inaugural Assessment and Impact Awards for Nursing Education.
College of Arts and Sciences Sponsor for Prevention Links Red Ribbon Walk for Drug and Alcohol Prevention
Students from the University Core and from the BSW Student Social Work Association increase awareness about substance abuse.
The Career Center hosted two networking events on October 2, 2019, connecting nursing and finance students with employers.
OT students discuss legislative issues with Congressional staff during AOTA Hill Day.
Students in all three Interprofessional Health Sciences programs receive training related to opioid-use disorders.
The newest class is half female; 58 students are from NJ; nine members of the class are Seton Hall alumni.