The College of Education’s Office of Field Placement and Supervision prides itself in taking care of all undergraduate and graduate programs housed within the Department of Educational Studies. When it comes time for you to be placed in your internship, we connect you with a field supervisor and co-operating teacher, that also co-ordinate with your methods coursework.
Develop extraordinary leaders who will be recognized for the values and principles by which they live, their vision and purpose in life, the outstanding results that they achieve, their service to the community in which they live and their love, dedication and caring for those they serve.. A blog of the Stillman School of Business.
With a commitment to social change through education, research, and engagement, the Center for Mobile Research and Social Change (CMRSC) at Seton Hall University, advances the goals of sustainable development and the improvement of the human condition in local communities across the globe, by leveraging the power of available mobile technologies to improve communication, collaboration, and connectivity.
Developing competent, socially conscious, reflective professionals
TLTC produced this blog as a pro bono project for the South Orange Environmental Commission. It lifts and re-organizes all the material from their old site, along with new photography and type treatments.
A blog about Seton Hall University's interaction with federal and state government
The Graduate Diplomacy Council provides quality academic and social programs for all graduate students of the John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, helps incoming graduate students to adapt to life at the Whitehead School, and liaisons between the students and administration regarding administrative matters. They are also very active in organizing internationally focused events for the entire Seton Hall Community.
The Higher Education Graduate Student Association is a student government organization in the Department of Educational Leadership, Management and Policy at Seton Hall University. This website is designed to assist graduate students in the higher education program with resources, news, and updates.
Seton Hall is partnering with the University of Dohuk, a large regional university in Kurdistan, to develop a certificate curriculum in Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) management. The draft plan has modules, ranging from ethical decision making to financial management, fundraising and program evaluation. The blog is a photo diary of travels related to work with professors from the University of Dohuk and a two-day seminar to the Civil Society Committee of the Kurdish Parliament in Erbil, Iraq on the relationship between nonprofits and government in America.
Resources for Placement Testing, finding Conversation Partners, Movies and DVDs, Language Tutoring in the ARC, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, and English as a Second Language (ESL).
A site where anyone with an interest in any aspect of the nonprofit sector can post questions, or comment on the posts of others, or share wisdom of whatever sort. Posts address some aspect of the management and/or governance of nonprofit organizations, or trends and developments in the sector.
The Philippines Studies Group (PSG) is one of six country committees of the Southeast Asian Council of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS). PSG offers an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of scholarly ideas and the promotion of Philippine Studies.
Tips, Forms, Tricks, Resources, Links and more for photography resources University-wide.
An online news journal for Broadcast News – Fall 2012
Items that have been brought to Public Safety which were found throughout the Seton Hall community.
A conference on nursing research, was named in honor of Sister Agnes Reinkemeyer, the third dean of the College of Nursing at Seton Hall University. Nursing researchers and clinical nursing experts come together to present research study findings and evidence for best nursing practices to peers, colleagues, and students.
Resources for students in first-year writing courses.
This site serves as the official homepage of the Senior Class Council, your planning board for your senior year at Seton Hall. The goal of this site is to provide information about graduation, senior events and Senior Week.
As defined by the Faculty Guide, Article 12.6, the Faculty Senate represents the faculty of the South Orange campus in matters of academic policies and procedures as well as matters of faculty welfare. It has the right and duty to represent that faculty on all matters which affect the South Orange faculty as a whole and to help inform faculty opinion on matters of campus-wide importance.
The blog for this conference, created to assist delegates in their research. The site offers pertinent information regarding the conference and committees, along with background guides.
The Student Bar Association represents the Student Body of Seton Hall University School of Law in promoting student interests and advocating for student life and academic concerns. It offers a calendar of events, law links and feeds, and helpful announcements for students.
Seton Hall’s SGA is the student run organization which allocates funds to all SGA recognized clubs and organizations and acts as a liaison between the students and the faculty and administrators of the University.
Internships, events and a forum for the concentration in this field within the Stillman School of Business
Having grown to more than 22,000 volumes the collected works are enlarged yearly by a substantial endowment devoted to the acquisition of new and rare books, with a concentration from AD 400 to the present. The collection is one of the most comprehensive in the state of New Jersey and is a a major resource for scholars in the New York metropolitan area.
Covering activities of Zeta Beta Tau. Founded at Seton Hall University in 1968, ZBT is one of the longest social fraternities on campus. Currently with 20 active members involved in all areas of the Seton Hall community, including the Setonian, WSOU, Blue Crew, the Italian Student Union, and Village Liaisons.
A project documenting the art and architecture of the Archdiocese of Newark. With interior and exterior photos, it catalogs the architects, designers, windows, bells and other distinctive features of these architectural treasures. Using advanced taxonomy tools, the names and dates are laid out in a logical fashion, with cross-references that allow users to zero in on a specific facet. A Google Maps plug-in gives geographical data as well.
The hub for SHU's emergency management policies and procedures. Everyone needs to be well-versed in what to do in case of an emergency, and Code Blue has it all. There's also interactive features to engage students, a link to Pirate Alert sign-up page, an events calendar, feeds from Lost & Found, New Jersey Transit, traffic, and the South Orange and Maplewood police departments. Also linked is the Emergency Management for Colleges and Universities Symposium, a department-sponsored event from March 11, 2011.
The Scholarly Journal for the New Health Security Paradigm
The online home of the Whitehead Journal of DIplomacy and International Relations. Regular updates of articles, plus archives of past issues and subscription information.
Documenting exemplary efforts to move beyond hate and unrightable wrongs of the past in ways that build a positive future.
The Alumni Blog will probably have a different feel than our other communication vehicles. Our plan is to use this site to share uncommon stories, to communicate messages that might be of interest, but aren’t always “traditional” news pieces. We’ll share some news here too, but we’ll strive for the non-traditional. As we enter the world of blogging, we want to be good neighbors. We also seek to provide venues for alumni to promote themselves, their business, and their achievements. The Alumni Blog allows us to do all of these things.
The blog for the University’s publication for and about alumni. A deep archive of past issues in PDF form is available, as well as highlighted stories. Some include video, podcasts, and other features that didn't fit into the print version.
The Student Activities Board (SAB) is a volunteer student organization dedicated to enhancing the overall feel and energy of campus life at Seton Hall University. Through extra-curricular programming, SAB offers vibrant and cutting edge programs which are beneficial to the mind and spirit of the Seton Hall community. The Student Activities Board provides programming such as Blue Day, Winter Ball, Spring Fling, Coffee House and SHU Speaks Series just to name a few!
The blog home of Whitehead Envoy, the student newspaper for the Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations at Seton Hall University, started by a group of Whitehead students in the fall of 2007 to provide objective reporting and critical analysis of the major international issues affecting the world and the Whitehead School community.
Recognizing of Susan Glaspell as a major American dramatist and fiction writer through the ongoing production of high-quality scholarship and critical analysis of all her works, participation in national and international conferences, performances and public readings of her plays, and commitment to reprinting and teaching her plays, stories, and novels.
The digital exhibit, "Treasures from the Catholic Research Resource Alliance: Women Religious," began with the idea of highlighting some of the rare and unique resources that are available as bibliographic citations and finding aids through the Catholic Resource Research Alliance (CRRA)’s consortial database, the Catholic Portal.
Web development and social media resources and news.
A blog about our partnership with Microsoft and Samsung to provide members of its community with a state-of-the-art Samsung Series 7 tablet, a PC with full desktop capabilities, running Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 8. Our partnership with Microsoft as an early adopter has enabled the University to deliver the fast and fluid Windows 8 experience to our students before worldwide public availability.
Filled with the best printable creative material that Seton Hall University members have to offer. The Magazine is a collection of creative work such as poetry, short stories, artwork, and photography submitted by various members of the Seton Hall community, including undergraduate students, graduate students, professors, and staff.
A program designed to enhance the social and intellectual life of Seton Hall University students. Through the program, students use the proximity of the New York metropolitan area, as well as the towns and cities surrounding the university, for the diverse educational and cultural arts opportunities. NYC is only a bus, train or car ride away. Take advantage of the close proximity to the city and discounted prices to view Broadway or off-Broadway shows, attend a sporting event, visit a comedy club and much much more….
As part of Seton Hall University’s efforts to educate the community on the dangers of pirating media, the Pirates against Piracy campaign is a comprehensive website where you can learn why piracy is illegal, as well as the other dangers illegal downloading and file sharing can present to you and your digital community.
The online newsletter of the College of A&S.
The Digital Media Suite produces all kinds of materials throughout the year. More than just blogs, we do posters, videos, animations, logos, and custom programming for clients all across the campus. This blog highlights some of our favorites.
The Department of Information Technology blog. Updated by CIO Stephen Landry, it features news on SHU IT issues including service and system upgrades; security information; and other news that affects the campus.
Information from the world of Educational Technology, written by the TLT Center’s Instructional Design staff. Every week offers new resources, tips and tricks, presentations and training events.