Jerry Walker ’03 first found his success on the basketball court. Now he’s creating a pathway to achievement for students in the classroom.
The pandemic set a slow-moving eviction crisis in motion. At Seton Hall, students and professors of law are trying to stem the tide and keep people in their homes.
Olivia Lesbirel spreads joy — and everyday magic — through her chalk paintings that pop up across campus.
Associate professor Amy Joh’s research seeks to unlock how children make sense of the world around them.
James M. Murray, M.A. ’94 on heading up the federal agency charged with protecting the nation’s most important assets.
Since retiring from ESPN, sportscaster Bob Ley ’76 has lent his considerable talents to helping shape the future of sports media education at Seton Hall.
John Moon, a great mentor and coach for decades of Seton Hall’s track and field and cross country athletes.
Sabrina Natasha Browne ’13/M.A. ’16 is a fierce storyteller and PR executive who encourages future generations to step into her shoes as a leader and advocate for underrepresented groups.
Jonathan Dator, Ph.D. ’14, is a champion of connection, diversity and servant leadership as a person and as a counseling psychologist.
Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins spoke to professor Penina Orenstein to learn more.