The Seton Hall community responds with characteristic resilience in the face of a global pandemic.
Education professor Edmund Adjapong uses hip-hop to engage young students with science.
Despite ingrained expectations about the profession he’d pursue, Erick Agbleke, M.A. ’19 has found his calling in international affairs.
John J. Petillo, ‘69/M.A. ‘71, Ph.D., served as the University’s first chancellor from 1983 through 1989. He was only 36 when appointed, and over the course of his six years in the post he was at the forefront of what became known as the “Seton Hall Renaissance,” which included a large number of building projects…
Seton Hall helps professed religious students from abroad continue their education so they can return home to share the lessons they’ve learned.
Professor Gaia Bernstein and a Seton Hall Law team are educating young students about the dangers of oversharing in cyberspace.
Joe and Martha Andreski have lived in eight states across the U.S. But their enduring connection to the place they grew up and to Seton Hall led them to fund a new student scholarship.
Jeff La Marca’s research indicates that neurofeedback training may help students with ADHD.
Daniel Piatek ’17 received a science grant to explore how cold plasmas may help accelerate plant growth and ultimately improve food supply.