Twins Brooke and Madison Loza, Seton Hall University nursing students, are about to open the very first zero-waste store and refillery in Ocean County. The sisters recently won second place in the 2023 UPitchNJ statewide collegiate competition.
In the Media
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research. Below is a sampling of recent media coverage.
The Ways COVID-19 has Impacted the Nursing Profession
Dr. Kathleen Neville, College of Nursing Associate Dean, discusses the extraordinary healthcare leadership of today's nurses, her Fulbright Award research on opioid addiction and the continuing impact of COVID-19 on the profession.
Consumer Reports consulted with Clinical Nursing Instructor Mildred Kenney-Lau, M.S.N. on the medical benefits of using a humidifier in a baby's nursery.
Nursing faculty members Mary Ellen Roberts, D.N.P. and Moira Kendra, D.N.P. weigh in on the long-term effects of COVID in this AMN Healthcare article.
In the Fall 2021 Issue of Health Progress, the official journal of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing Ann Marie Sailsman, D.N.P., M.P.H., speaks on how schools are responding to the call to teach future healthcare professionals about the consequences of climate change.
Assistant Professor Beth Jameson, Ph.D. was featured on Sirius XM 143, BYUradio's "Top of Mind" with Julie Rose, a nationwide broadcast.
Professor of Nursing Beth Jameson discusses the critical role of the school nurse and administering workloads to provide safe care and the best student outcomes.
The 19 students from Seton Hall University's College of Nursing have been interning at the Fanwood-Scotch Plains Y this April.
In the April 2021 issue of American Nurse, this article showcases College of Nursing alumna Keri Furci, MSN, RN, AGACNP-BC, who created a wall of courage with uplifting messages to boost staff morale and let them know they are not alone during this isolating time.
In a special issue on certified nurses by Daily Nurse, Associate Professor of Nursing Mary Ellen Roberts, D.N.P., R.N., A.P.N.C., discusses the impacts the pandemic has had on nursing certification.
College of Nursing Dean Marie Foley shares the stories of Seton Hall nurses who were new recruits to New Jersey’s coronavirus battle.
Many nursing students and professors, including those at Seton Hall's College of Nursing, have been busy trying to help out in the fight against COVID-19.
Lidya Gebrekidan, BSN '16, a DAISY Award winner, was profiled in the May issue of New Jersey Monthly where she shared her approach to compassionate care. (Photo Credit: John O’Boyle)
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- June 15: Phyllis Hansell Elected as Vice-Chairperson of Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund Commission
- June 05: Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid Courses
- May 11: Nursing Associate Professor Receives Prestigious Award
- May 03: Nursing Student Wins Project Height Scholarship
- April 19: From Editor-in-Chief to Doctoral Student
- April 18: Seton Hall University College of Nursing Dean Steps Down After Eight Years of Accomplishments
- April 13: College of Nursing receives $85K from The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey