Each year during the first week of October, the University holds its own version of homecoming: Seton Hall Weekend…
Category: Articles 2010-2014
Despite a busy medical practice, pediatrician Michael Giuliano has embarked on a spiritual journey to become a deacon.
The Calandras follow tradition: entrepreneurship and the Stillman School of Business.
The School Reform Landscape: Fraud, Myth, and Lies By Christopher H. Tienken, Ed.D. ’03/M.P.A. ’04 assistant professor of education, and Donald C. Orlich, Ph.D. (Rowman & Littlefield Education, $60) For 60 years, government proposals and policies have called for the reform of public education in the United States. Through the lens of Critical Social Theory,…
Reflections on Cardinal John Henry Newman and the role of the Catholic university.
In his weekly radio show, Greg Cellini ’85 brings his perspective as a Franciscan brother to conversations about work life.
Segment with Martin O’Neill. This interview aired on April 16th, 2011:
In May, the well-loved professor and theater director James P. McGlone will retire after a 46-year career at Seton Hall.
Patients today face a fractured healthcare system and the threat of deadly medical errors. Clinical nurse leaders are being trained to combat these thorny problems.
Slavery still exists in the 21st century. Margaret Dougherty is determined to change that.
A. Gabriel Esteban brings a unique perspective to his new position as interim president of Seton Hall. Because he had been provost — the University’s chief academic officer — he has a thorough grasp of what’s needed to educate and form future servant leaders. But as the parent of a Seton Hall junior, his perspective…