The conductor, now artist-in-residence at Seton Hall, opens the world of classical music to students.
Seton Hall is sponsoring ACE Fellows as part of its commitment to develop leaders in higher education.
The family of Seton Hall student Vivi Tran ‘76 needed help in 1975 after the fall of Saigon. Seton Hall responded.
Almost forgotten, Nebraska’s 1942 metal drive spurred a World War II documentary.
Working in the Duke University archives in 2005, Assistant Professor James J. Kimble almost didn’t open the plain folder marked “scrap metal drives.” But the familiar front page of a newspaper from his home state of Nebraska caught his eye, and after a few minutes, the story of the 1942 Nebraska Scrap Drive pulled him in.
Depicting complex data to reveal clear implications.
Seeing is believing. Or is it? Take a look at the graphic below. See if all those little cartoon rockets vividly predict the increasing likelihood of the 1986 space shuttle disaster (as temperatures dropped) from failure of the Challenger’s O-rings.
In his weekly radio show, Greg Cellini ’85 brings his perspective as a Franciscan brother to conversations about work life.
Segment with Martin O’Neill. This interview aired on April 16th, 2011:
In May, the well-loved professor and theater director James P. McGlone will retire after a 46-year career at Seton Hall.
Patients today face a fractured healthcare system and the threat of deadly medical errors. Clinical nurse leaders are being trained to combat these thorny problems.
The work of Dr. Sudhansu Chokroverty, a professor of neuroscience in the School of Health and Medical Sciences, sheds light on the mysterious mechanisms of sleep.