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On the Watch

By Christopher Hann Tonya Ugoretz, M.A. ’01 was just 18 months into her career at the Federal Bureau of Investigation — 18 months removed from graduating with the first full class at Seton Hall’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations — when in 2003 she was chosen to serve as the daily intelligence briefer for…

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The Nurse Practitioner’s Champion

By Amanda Loudin Nurses are the nation’s caregivers, but there aren’t enough of them. The shortfall nationwide could reach 450,000 by 2025, according to a recent McKinsey report, a situation the consulting firm deemed “dire.” Mary Ellen Roberts, associate professor in the College of Nursing and chair of the graduate nursing department, is determined to…

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From Seton Hall to Super Bowl

By Molly Petrilla Red, white and yellow confetti whirled past David Glover Jr., M.S. ’04 as he stood on the football field last February, emotions overflowing. “You’re so excited and you don’t even know where to go, what to do,” he says. “Everybody’s hugging, everybody’s crying. You’re looking for your parents in the stands. You’re…

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A Powerful Comeback

By Shawn Fury Kelsey Carr’s junior season for the Seton Hall softball team featured dominant performances as a pitcher and clutch displays as a hitter. She spearheaded a remarkable turnaround in the standings as the Pirates finished 42-18 and captured the BIG EAST Tournament Championship for the first time since 2005. But the seeds to…

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Master Diver

By Shawn Fury Seton Hall diver Quinn Murtha took an unusual path on his way to Division I success. Unlike student-athletes who get courted by dozens of colleges, the Georgia native says, “I never really took diving that seriously. I was just going to be done after my senior year. And then I think my…

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