TESOL faculty and alumni teamed up with the Orange Public School District this spring semester to provide ESL (English as a Second Language) classes to district parents.
Timothy Hoffman ‘15/M.P.A. 16’, presented at the 8th International Symposium on Service Learning on the successes of the Center for Community Research and Engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over 40 Seton Hall faculty and administrators met for the 24th Faculty Summer Seminar: Ideas of a Catholic University: Then, Now, and into the Future hosted by the Center for Catholic Studies.
Educational Studies Assistant Professor, Bryan Meadows, Ph.D., spoke remotely with audiences in Thailand on May 25th in a webinar titled, "English Language Programs in the United States."
Seton Hall’s innovative Academy Catholic Social Thought (CST in Action) participated in this year’s Petersheim Academic Exposition, sharing updates and plans with the University community.
This year, three professors from the School of Diplomacy and International Relations received awards highlighting their achievements – Professors Huang, de Silva, and Murphy.
Seton Hall’s National Security Fellowship develops an operational paper with recommendations for a federal agency, annually, and was supported by FNA technology for the first time.
Professors Chelsea Barrett and Brooke Duffy collaborated with two School of Diplomacy undergraduates, Dia Bolton, ’22, and Akaysha Palmer, ’22, to publish a book chapter.
The Buccino Leadership Institute, created in 2018, graduated its inaugural class of student leaders. The Class of 2022 completed four years of intense, interdisciplinary leadership development.
The Department of Psychology inducted 33 Seton Hall University undergraduate students into its chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, among other award presentations.
Gurdeep Kaur, Chief Information Security Officer at PSEG, provided an overview of the cybersecurity field, trends and career opportunities during the 2022 Petersheim Academic Exposition.
Educational Studies faculty member Dr. Bryan Meadows spoke remotely with audiences in El Salvador on May 13th as part of the Teachers Up professional development series.
Franklin Shobe, a graduate student at the School of Diplomacy, delivered a presentation titled "Ukrainian Political Economy: An Analysis of Past, Present, and Future Trends" at Yale University.
This edition of student spotlight introduces Mr. Alvaro Pozo, a full-time student attending classes in the ESL@SetonHall intensive English program. Alvaro joins us from Ecuador.
Graduating MA student Brad Kaufman represented the School of Diplomacy at a reception for Seton Hall donors and scholarship recipients.
This spring semester, seven Seton Hall undergraduate and graduate students served as volunteer teacher interns with the campus ESL@SetonHall intensive English program.
Drawing from personal experience, Elementary/Special Education (4+2) Major Jodiann Morgan uses storytelling to help others grow and find comfort in being themselves.
Showing resilience in the face of the pandemic, these nursing seniors can face any challenge - whether that was earning a degree during a global health event, or finding a job after graduation.
Undergraduate education majors attended a virtual seminar titled, "Tips for Making a Positive Difference in the Academic Experience of English Learner (EL) Students" on Tuesday, May 3rd.
On Saturday, May 14, WSOU's Thank God For Mondays interviewed Dr. Monica Burnette and Dr. KC Choi on diversity, equity and inclusion, and AAPI Heritage Month.
The Reflexive, Innovative, Objective research for Social Justice Lab, aka The RIOS Lab, is the very first social work research lab associated with the MSW program.
CommArts Master's Project and Thesis Presentations focused on topics such as communication during COVID-19 and the representation of Native Americans in museums.
Seton Hall faculty moderated a IFCU discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion, with Associate Professor Justin Anderson discussing research around a Catholic view of diversity.
For the second year in a row, the University SHU Reads! Planning Committee is proud to announce the 2022 text selection-- Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson.
Highlights from our recent Impact Talk Speaker Series on Elegantly Designing the Future of Computing, Communication and Education including a link to the recorded event.