Stillman student Ryan Skolnick is developing a video game – to better teach foreign languages.
New research by Sona Patel could lead to a simple voice test that detects Parkinson’s disease.
A lasting legacy from the 53-year marriage of Sylvia and Tom Tencza, M.S. ’64/Ph.D. ’66.
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.
A coveted internship brought Seton Hall junior Elizabeth Donald to the hallowed halls of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Research conducted by professor Robert Kelchen helped prompt a federal policy change that will make applying for financial aid easier.
Professor Rhonda Quinn played a key role on a team of scientists who discovered the world’s oldest stone tools in Kenya. Their research could upend our ideas about human evolution.
Rhonda Quinn doesn’t mind being wrong. In fact, she welcomes the sudden quake of a discovery that challenges what she knows and has been teaching her Seton Hall students.
Professor Sergiu Gorun leads a team of researchers seeking to unlock the power of light to help fight cancer and clean up the environment.
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,…