Daniel Acon ’80 built a lasting career in special effects — and got his start at Seton Hall.
No matter her position on the court, Kaity Healy says she ‘tries to do the little plays that nobody likes to do, like taking a charge, getting a steal, getting a stop on defense.’ When Kaity Healy became captain of Seton Hall’s women’s basketball team three years ago, she hadn’t yet played a single minute…
Education professor Edmund Adjapong uses hip-hop to engage young students with science.
In the Spring 2018 issue of Seton Hall magazine, we wrote about a number of priests with Seton Hall connections who had served as military chaplains. After asking readers to send us the names of others who had served in this important role, we received a number of emails and calls.
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UNA-USA and the School of Diplomacy and International Relations teamed up to tell the fascinating history of the influential organization — thanks to a dedicated group of donors.
Though Catholic priests are underrepresented as chaplains in the U.S. military, priests with Seton Hall connections have made an outsized impact in their service of fellow servicemen and women.
Fullbright scholar Daria Pizzuto travels to Chile to develop authentic Spanish lessons for her student.
Nursing professor Judith Lucas is a leading expert on the long-term care of older adults.
Former WSOU DJ spins a career connecting musicians to their fans
The “silo effect” is a major problem in academia today. And nowhere is the lack of free-flowing information across disciplines more of a problem than in the sciences. At Seton Hall, a new initiative promotes cross-disciplinary learning, particularly in areas that relate to STEM subjects: science, technology, engineering, and math. Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins…