The co-authored study titled, “Diminishing Returns of Information Quality: Untangling the Determinants of Best Answer Selection,” has been published in Computers in Human Behavior.
Seton Hall University was awarded $1.5 million in grants to foster student success, retention and experiential learning.
On July 30, join us for "Recovery from Opioid Use Disorders," during which industry leaders will discuss current and future treatments used to combat the national opioid overdose crisis.
The Archives & Special Collections Center of the University Libraries has been awarded a grant from the National Archives to support the collections from five pathbreaking New Jersey politicians.
School of Diplomacy graduate student, Jocelyn Anderson, writes about the experience she's gained working on open source research and analysis with a firm based in Tampa, Florida.
The NSF team was tasked by Department of Defense Directorate for Intelligence, J-2, with a requirement regarding the role of counterterrorism operations within a Great Power competition framework.
Collaboration with world-renowned academic community fosters pedagogical innovation, international scientific collaboration and multidisciplinary research.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that even if there are no fans or foreign athletes' families in the stands, nearly half of Americans will still be watching.
More than half of Americans want vaccine proof, social distancing and masks as sports venues move to full capacity; among sports fans 60 percent favor vaccine requirement for event attendance.
On April 29, the GSA shared their academic and social achievements at the Petersheim Academic Expo in a panel called Research Connections, Stories, and Personal Motivations for Graduate Students.
This opportunity for research assistants is very valuable because they can see theories learned in the classroom being applied by practitioners, representing the impact in the real world.
STEM students have options to pursue their passion by joining graduate programs in Interdisciplinary Engineering Fields such as Biomedical Engineering.
SLP students and faculty receive grant to participate in Parkinson’s Disease speech therapy program.
Visiting Professor Jay Liebowitz of the Department of Computing and Decision Sciences within the Stillman School of Business was awarded a U.S. Navy Summer Faculty Research Fellowship.
Professor Samuel H.H. Chan, of the Institute for Translational Research in Biomedicine , Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan, shares his knowledge at 13th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium.
Law Professor Heather Payne is an emerging leader in the areas of environmental law, energy law, evolving regulatory policy, and the implications for property, both real and intellectual.
Center for Community Research and Engagement participated in the 2021 Engage NJ Conference: Keeping Volunteers Connected - COVID-19 edition. Student leaders highlighted their work during a pandemic.
Susan Nolan, Professor in the Department of Psychology, is the recipient of The International Council of Psychologists' (ICP) Fukuhara Advanced International Research and Service Award.
Associate Professor Jon Radwan, Ph.D. is awarded 2021 Researcher of the Year for the College of Communication and the Arts.
Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for one of 12 summer research fellowships, awarded by the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium, for STEM-related research.
Each year, the School of Health and Medical Sciences (SHMS) publishes Insights Magazine, presenting cutting-edge faculty research, student accomplishments and alumni news.
The Seton Hall Forensics Brownson Speech and Debate Team started the new year strong with wins at three tournaments, including First Place Team Sweepstakes at its first asynchronous tournament.
Yanzhong Huang discusses the latest impacts of COVID-19 and vaccine diplomacy as well as current policy implications with Foreign Affairs, TIME, NBC News, NPR and The New York Times.
University Libraries is pleased to announce access to ATLAS.ti, specialized software used in qualitative data analysis.
The Department of History will host its annual symposium on Friday, February 12, 1 pm - 3 pm (virtually on Microsoft Teams). This year's theme: "Climate Change in Historical Perspective."