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.
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The Secretary-General of the United Nations, His Excellency António Guterres, delivered the address at Seton Hall's 166th baccalaureate commencement.
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.
WSOU-FM's Thank God For Monday program welcomed College of Nursing Clinical Assistant Professor Katherine Connolly and students Patricia Esposito and Colleen Osbahr in honor of National Nurses Week.
Investigating nursing students' knowledge, attitudes and stigma to enable them to be change agents as frontline providers of care while confronting the opioid epidemic.
Students from the Buccino Leadership Institute's College of Nursing cohort have developed an innovative app to improve the outdated hospital call bell system.
A team of student nurses, who have a startup idea designed to improve hospital patient care, will represent Seton Hall at the virtual Big East Startup Challenge on Feb. 22.
Per U.S. News and World Report, the College of Nursing has the top-ranked online graduate nursing programs in New Jersey in 2022, ranking 15th nationally and up from 27 last year.
Students interested in pursuing a graduate nursing degree can connect and engage with program directors, plus learn about the application process and scholarship opportunities during these sessions.
College of Nursing Sophomore Stephanie Martinez has received the 2022 Minette's Angels Scholarship.
SAMHSA grant allows 'DATA waiver' training to fight the opioid crisis, a health challenge of our time.
The College of Nursing honored the graduating students in the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program with a celebration brunch after their 14-month program ran entirely during the pandemic.
The College of Nursing provides this online course as an opportunity for nurse practitioner students to further develop and hone their basic health assessment skills.
College of Nursing hosted a gala event to celebrate its nursing alumni serving on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During these sessions, students interested in pursuing a graduate nursing degree can connect and engage with program directors, plus learn about the application process and scholarship opportunities.
Dr. Josephine DeVito reflects on Development and Integration: Spiritual Integration as a Guide in our Lives, in the second of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
Kathleen Prendergast, a Doctor of Nursing Practice student in the College of Nursing is looking for participants for her DNP Scholarly Project Study.
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.
While an undergraduate nursing student, Oluwayomi Babayemi took advantage of many of the scholarships offered to current students, as well as those awarded by outside organizations.
The College of Nursing held its annual Pinning Ceremony honoring the graduating classes of Fall 2019, Spring 2020, August 2020, Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 in the ABSN, BSN and CNL programs.
The College of Nursing will host virtual open houses for its Doctor of Nursing Practice and the M.S.N in Pediatrics programs in June.
Highly trained and board-certified health professionals, nurse practitioners bring a holistic and comprehensive perspective to care.
The College of Nursing welcomed 66 nursing students as new members of Gamma Nu chapter, The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International.
Catherine Grano, a student in the College of Nursing’s Ph.D. program, awarded the 2021 New Jersey State School Nurses Association (NJSSNA) Excellence in School Nursing Award.
The College of Nursing's White Coat Ceremony marks the official entrance into nursing school for first-year undergraduate B.S.N., accelerated B.S.N. and Clinical Nurse Leader students.
Holy Name's Executive Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer Michele Acito led facilities, nurses and janitors in constructing five new and much needed ICUs containing 76 beds in three weeks.
During St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day, the University will celebrate the recipients of the Bishop Bernard J. McQuaid Medal for Distinguished Service.
The achievements of the College of Nursing's Population Health Student Ambassador Program members were recognized during a virtual ceremony.