Mary Ann Christopher, M.S.N. ’83, CEO of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, has dedicated her career to expanding community-based health care. She credits the College of Nursing with igniting her passion for focusing attention on society’s most vulnerable.
Roger Dow ’68 uses hard work, charm and a bit of wit to promote the United States as a top travel destination.
How do you get to Broadway? For Crystal Dickinson, the route ran right through Seton Hall, where she took an unexpected detour from her original journey to become a kindergarten teacher.
Andrea Borrelli ’11 and a group of Whitehead School students and alumni launched a nonprofit to provide Ethiopian students with much-needed supplies.
The family of Seton Hall student Vivi Tran ‘76 needed help in 1975 after the fall of Saigon. Seton Hall responded.
Lakshmi Kripalani, M.A. ’66 doesn’t have much patience for those who blame a failing public education system on lack of money. She once opened a school with little more than a bullhorn.
When a team of Seton Hall alumni joined the launch of Shadow Traffic in 1979, they helped transform the dreaded morning commute.
Award-winning journalist Anthony DePalma ’75 reflects on his return to the University after a long absence.