Charles Grantham was named director of Seton Hall’s Center for Sport Management in 2016, succeeding Founding Director Ann Mayo. Grantham has extensive experience in professional sports, having served as executive director of the National Basketball Players Association from 1988 to 1995. As a principal negotiator, he helped to establish the league’s four historic collective bargaining…
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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
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.
In his recent book, This Gulf of Fire, associate professor of history Mark Molesky details a powerful earthquake that decimated Lisbon, Portugal, in the mid-18th century. The book was just named a finalist for the L.A. Times Book Prize.
Cross-country running is a far more mentally challenging sport than a physically grueling one, says senior Ryan Flannery. He sees it as a test of character.