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.
Federal grants help healthcare students get critical training to fight the opioid overdose epidemic.
There are many reasons for hope, excitement and gratitude at your University.
Margarita Balmaceda’s third Fulbright project involves both carbon and hydrogen as she heads to Germany to study industrial decarbonization.
Associate professor Amy Joh’s research seeks to unlock how children make sense of the world around them.
Seton Hall magazine editor Pegeen Hopkins spoke to professor Penina Orenstein to learn more.
Diplomacy student Kelly Tobin earned the prestigious Boren Award just a few years after her sister Emma ’19.
Jorge López Cortina immersed himself in a program teaching how to write the Cham language using its traditional script.
Matthew Wright ’89 endowed a scholarship for the MLK Leadership Program to ensure future students have access to the transformative program just as he did.