The Career Center hosted two networking events on October 2, 2019, connecting nursing and finance students with employers.
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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.
Caitlin Sarubbi, legally blind, received a scholarship from Lighthouse Guild to help achieve her dream of becoming a doctor.
Deans Bonita Stanton, M.D. and David Kountz, M.D. have received the Edward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine Awards.
SLP professor highly specialized in the evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders.
The IHS Campus Library recently brought elements of Seton Hall’s pioneering healthcare approach to a national audience.
Seton Hall recently honored Linda D'Antonio at the Golden Pirates reunion in Bethany Hall.
Eight students from the Nursing Cohort in the new Buccino Leadership Institute recently won at Pirate's Pitch and UPitchNJ.
MHA alumna Catherine Turbett appears on the Modern Medicine Network's Managed Healthcare Executive editorial top 10 list.
Support Seton Hall students before June 30 and receive stylish Pirate gear for the summer!
The School of Health and Medical Sciences graduate students have the opportunity to travel abroad for academic and clinical experience during their first two years..
A Homecoming to Remember: Seton Hall Alumnus set to present the SHMS Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony Address.
Speech Language Pathology Student Organization earns 2019 Gold Chapter Honors.
Language development experts and co-authors, Dr. Brian B. Shulman, Dean, and Dr. Nina Capone Singleton provide insight on the influences of language development in children.
A research project by Moira Kendra, D.N.P. '17,will have a significant effect on COPD treatment.
The College of Nursing sponsored their second alumni panel of graduates from the B.S.N. program.
U.S. News & World Report 2020 has again ranked graduate programs in the College of Nursing among the nation's best.
Dr. Dawn Apgar was honored as "Top Reviewer" for the Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work Education for her work in 2018.
Antonio Noronha, Division of Neuroscience and Behavior Director at NIAAA, shared his expertise on NIH research grant funding.
Kirk Johnson of the College of Arts and Sciences tackles the controversial topic in his new book, Medical Stigmata.
The famed psychologist returns to the Seton Hall campus to discuss Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) on March 22.
Marie Foley, Ph.D., R.N., dean for the College of Nursing will be honored by the Institute for Nursing on April 4.
The College of Nursing celebrated the first White Coat Ceremony welcoming new nurses at the new IHS campus.