Assistant Professor Gregory Wiedman received part of a five-year National Institute for Health research grant to develop a pathway to treat a deadly fungal disease, Cryptococcus neoformans.
Economics Professor Analyzes NJ Clean Energy Options for Garden State Initiative and USA Today Network
Danielle Zanzalari presents her analysis in "More Bang for Our Buck: Revisiting the Garden State’s Clean Energy Subsidies."
Jiaqi Liu, a senior at Seton Hall University, has recently been named 2022 PRSA NJ Future PR Pro of the Year. As part of her application, the South Orange resident submitted a piece of a PR campaign to highlight the utilization of cannabis in creating equity.
Renowned philosopher Robert Mayhew is on a quest to discover, translate and piece together forgotten works of ancient scholars.
The Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) launched PolicyLab in Spring 2022 in response to the misinformation surrounding New Jersey’s most pressing social and political issues.
Public Says LIV Has Diminished PGA and Pro Golf; By More than 2 to 1 Margin, Say LIV Is Saudi ‘Sportswashing’
In a new national poll, the public said that LIV has diminished PGA and pro golf and,by more than a 2 to 1 margin, said LIV is Saudi "sportswashing."
Timothy Hoffman ‘15/M.P.A. ’16, Director of the Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE), presented at the 51st Annual Conference for the Society for Experiential Education.
Renowned criminologist and Seton Hall professor Lonnie Athens, D.Crim., was named as one of the most influential criminologists in the last decade by Academic Influence.
Two Ph.D. in Chemistry students completed the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps program, a selective training program that prepares scientists to commercialize their technologies.
Assignments under the prestigious awards for 2022-2023 are being undertaken in Germany, North Macedonia, Scotland and Australia.
Now accepting applications for the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium 2022-23 Academic Year Research Fellowships. Deadline is October 21, 2022.
Senior Jennifer Orth took the stage at the 16th World Congress of Bioethics held in Basel, Switzerland to present her research project, Recontextualizing Yellow Peril for the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry once again hosted the annual North Jersey ACS Project SEED Symposium featuring student presentations. This event was held for the first time since 2019.
Scholar Caterina Agostini Ph.D. will deliver a presentation illuminating the role coins play in shaping our perceptions and experiences of cultures, economies, and societies.
Students in the Environmental Studies program share their summer activities and achievements.
College of Nursing faculty members presented their research on physiologic birth, servant leadership, the opioid epidemic, and Covid-19 at the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Congress.
Six students from the College of Nursing Certified Nurse Leader (CNL) M.S.N. direct-entry program presented their final capstone projects as part of their final course requirements in the program.
The grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration allows graduate students to engage in a semester-long clinical experience on the mobile health care units in Newark, New Jersey.
High school students from six cities convened at Seton Hall to take part in a teen social entrepreneurship conference that focuses on empowering area youth to find solutions to societal problems.
The 2021-2022 National Security Fellowship graduate research team gave a briefing to a senior command staff member from the Naval Special Warfare Command on May 6.
The Msgr. William Noé Field Archives and Special Collections Center has added two medieval manuscript facsimiles to its collections, the Book Altar of Philip the Good, and the Bible Moralisée De La Bi
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.
The National Security Fellowship (NSF) graduate student research team briefed the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Tuesday, May 10.
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.