Category: Articles 2015-2019
Named an Inventor of the Year in 2015 by the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame, Walter Alina ’56 transformed entire manufacturing processes with his visionary concepts
Biologist Tin-Chun Chu uses powerful natural substances to solve critical health and environmental challenges.
Walter “Tre” Holloway III ’07 turned a childhood love of tap into a burgeoning career as a dancer and choreographer.
In an effort to save lives, counseling student Sgt. Kent Swanson has a mission to heighten awareness about suicide among police officers.
A lasting legacy from the 53-year marriage of Sylvia and Tom Tencza, M.S. ’64/Ph.D. ’66.
It didn’t take John Fanta long to make an impression on Seton Hall Vice President and Director of Athletics Pat Lyons. As a freshman, Fanta, a broadcasting wunderkind from Westlake, Ohio, sounded so good behind a microphone and proved so determined to master his craft, Lyons says he “used to kid John and say he was going to be a one-and-done.”
Ismael “Ish” Sanogo’s importance to the Seton Hall men’s basketball team can’t be measured in a nightly box score or in the season-ending statistics. As a sophomore on the 2015-16 team, Sanogo averaged just five points per game. But without Sanogo’s contributions, the Pirates would have never become the BIG EAST Conference Tournament champions.
Emily Dell ’06 travels the trendy highway of mobile entrepreneurship, driving new clothes directly to her customers in a fashion truck business called Runaway.