Bryan Meadows, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Studies travels to Bogotá Colombia to present his research at the 54th annual ASOCOPI conference.
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Close to 800 students and 130 employers networked at The Career Center's Fall Career Fair.
Tienken’s book provides strategies for school leaders and aspiring school leaders focused on improving student outcomes.
Prospective teachers honed their teaching skills in an unusual setting this summer: tennis camp.
Education Professor Katie Smith co-authored "5 Things to Consider Before Taking out a Student Loan," featured worldwide.
TESOL Program Launches New Initiatives for the 2019-2020 Academic Year
Bryan Meadows visited the South Orange/Maplewood school district to provide a two-hour workshop session to secondary teacher new hires.
Robert Kelchen was recently recognized for his contributions to the literature on higher education.
Ed.D. student Maria Ortiz has been appointed as Executive Director of Student Life in Newark.
Timothy Purnell, Ed.D. '08 is awarded the 2019 Many Are One Service Award.
Seton Hall clinical interns among the top future educators in New Jersey.
Recent Education alumna Gabriella (Gabby) Bryce made serving others a hallmark of her Seton Hall career.
EDST 3900/CORE 3882 students recently returned from an 8-day study abroad experience to Tokyo, Japan.
Derrick Nelson, Ed.D. '13, recently passed away from complications of a bone marrow transplant donor operation to aid a child.
The Unanue Institute celebrates the accomplishments of past, present, and future scholars at Second Annual Scholarship Brunch.
Christopher Tienken awarded Outstanding Book by the Society of Professors of Education for Defying Standardization.
This one day course explores how to navigate collaborative relationships with families in an age cultural variables.
Students, alumni, and international colleagues have been working tirelessly on their Diversity Initiative.
The Revolutionizing Education Speaker Series aims to revolutionize education to be more equitable and inclusive for everyone.
Bryan Meadows, EDST asst. professor, presented research at two selective national academic conferences.