By Pegeen Hopkins Life-threatening fungal infections are on the rise, according to the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases. Hospitalizations rose more than 8 percent a year from 2019 to 2021, and the infections themselves can be hard to treat — and diagnose. Last year, Seton Hall’s 3B Lab received an extremely competitive grant from the National…
Seton Hall Athletics facilities have been transformed over the last 10 years to give student-athletes what they need for intercollegiate competition at the highest level while they enjoy an enhanced experience that prepares them for life after graduation. From weight training and rehabilitation to academic support and mental wellness to sport-specific instruction, students have a…
The newly imagined University Center provides a communal gathering space, transforms the look of the Green and elevates the student experience.
There’s a new approach to health care called population health management that explores the health of groups of people by disease status, location, ethnicity, or health risk factors.
The Winter 2022-23 issue has arrived, and new stories about the Seton Hall community including: • Seton Hall’s Pell Grant-driven financial accessibility • Health science students’ fight against opioid addiction • A Diplomacy Professor’s journey to a Europe in the midst of war Link to 2022-23 Winter Edition
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.
President Nyre on the University’s growth in a robust, responsive and meaningful direction.
Olivia Lesbirel spreads joy — and everyday magic — through her chalk paintings that pop up across campus.
James M. Murray, M.A. ’94 on heading up the federal agency charged with protecting the nation’s most important assets.