Nursing Professor Phyllis Shanley Hansell receives the R. Louise McManus Medal for her many achievements and contributions.
News and Events
Seton Hall University celebrated its 161st baccalaureate commencement; U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza delivered the address.
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.
The College of Nursing recently sponsored their first alumni panel of recent B.S.N. graduates to advise the senior class.
The University community and friends are invited to a prayerful celebration of Saint Giuseppe Moscati on April 12 at 5 p.m.
Derlyne Gardiner didn’t allow a car accident or a house fire to prevent her from realizing her dream of becoming a nurse.
Faculty and administration of the College of Nursing welcomed the next generation of nurses in the annual White Coat Ceremony
Anthony Nickele makes it a point to focus his spirit and energy on the person beyond the ailment.
Katherine Hinic conducts first U.S. study focused on birth satisfaction.
Deirdre Donohue Yates, Phyllis Shanley Hansell, Hugh Dugan and Rev. Brian Needles honored by the Counsel General of Ireland.
Bonnie Sturm, Ed.D., R.N. was recently inducted as a fellow into the prestigious New York Academy of Medicine.
The 2017 Margaret C. Haley Awards ceremony recognized graduates of the College of Nursing who have made an impact in nursing.
Attend the annual Margaret C. Haley Awards for Nursing on Monday, October 23, 2017.
Nursing Professor Judith Lucas presents national findings on geriatric patients and Dementia care at Health Affairs Briefing.
The Second Annual Community Health & Wellness Fair takes place on 7/22 with a mission of improving health outcomes and reducing disparities for residents of Newark’s West Ward.
Two undergraduate nursing students had the privilege of participating in the United Nations 61st Commission on Women.
Nursing student Jonathan Thow was recently crowned the 2017 Interstate Oratorical Association champion. He won the honor through a ten minute persuasive speech, entitled “Four Photos to Save a Life."
Two graduates of the Ph.D. in Nursing program are at the helm of two of New Jersey's most prominent hospitals.