In 1968, Seton Hall welcomed its first integrated male and female class to the South Orange campus.
A generous gift by Louise Hogan pays tribute to the affection her son Robert ’80 had for Seton Hall.
Bryan Meszaros, founder of OpenEye Global, helps companies around the world develop inviting digital experiences.
A call to student leadership drives dedicated Seton Hall graduates to serve in the Peace Corps. The experience is often a transformative one for all involved.
Mary Ellen Clyne runs Clara Maass Medical Center with a healthy dose of humanity.
Matthew McCue ’04 found his calling — and financial success — in business journalism. Now he’s making a gift that will help others follow his path.
For a time, Joanna Borawski served as the only physical therapist at Afghanistan’s largest air base.
Nyugen Smith was awarded the prestigious Leonore Annenberg Fellowship last April.