The Career Center will be hosting three industry specific career fairs for Seton Hall students and alumni this spring.
Health and Medicine News
P-PAC connects Seton Hall students with winter and summer pre-health programs to help them gain clinical experiences and expand their knowledge in the medical and dental fields.
Biology Club, Robotics, and Seton Hall Gaming are three of the many wonderful organizations at Seton Hall hosting fundraising events for Student Philanthropy Month and would like your support.
Research professors Ruth Segal and Michael LaFountaine are maintaining their commitment to securing important funding, resulting in significant grants at the IHS campus.
The New Jersey League of Nursing has awarded scholarships to three distinguished graduate nursing students, celebrating their dedication and excellence.
Simulation event builds essential teamwork skills for Physician Assistant, Speech-Language Pathology students.
Discover how Erica Rush, MS, RDN, is transforming campus wellness at Seton Hall University with her innovative approach to nutrition education and personalized dietary guidance.
US News & World Report has ranked Seton Hall's Online Graduate Nursing Programs in the Top 17 percent nationally, 4th among all Catholic colleges and, once again, the top-ranked program in New Jersey.
The newly-appointed program director of the B.S. in Interprofessional Health Sciences, Jerry-Thomas Monaco, shares an update on this sought-after Seton Hall major.
Highlighting the opioid crisis, recent research by Kathleen Neville and Julia Bonfim on xylazine infiltration in illicit drugs was featured by both My American Nurse and Academy of Forensic Nursing.
The IHS library is invaluable to scores of aspiring or continuing health sciences professionals in Seton Hall’s unique Health Sciences Ph.D. program.
Join us at Graduate Open House on Saturday, February 24, to explore over 90 innovative programs, connect with faculty, meet other students, and discover your path to success.
Two Buccino Leadership Institute students collaborated across disciplines to bring Project Sunshine, which strives to deliver the healing power of play to children with medical needs, to Seton Hall.
Volunteers from the Speech-Language Pathology program demonstrated servant leadership in action at a recent Family Fun Day hosted by the North Jersey Elks Developmental Disabilities Agency (NJEDDA).
Assistant Professor Moira Kendra and a pulmonary interdisciplinary team from Atlantic Health System was awarded the Helen Henry Excellence in Interprofessional Care Award.
Through a grant awarded by the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, College of Nursing graduate students had the opportunity to learn about and engage in new telehealth technology.