Jerry Walker ’03 first found his success on the basketball court. Now he’s creating a pathway to achievement for students in the classroom.
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.
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.
Shannon Holsey, M.A. ’14, president of the Stockbridge-Munsee band of Mohican Indians, tackles the challenges of leading during demanding times.
The daily routine of educating students has been turned upside-down since early 2020. What did teachers learn during the past year and a half? What new practices will they keep?
President Nyre discusses the arrival of a much-awaited period of restoration, renewal and reconnection at Seton Hall.
Matthew Wright ’89 endowed a scholarship for the MLK Leadership Program to ensure future students have access to the transformative program just as he did.