History Professor William Connell explores the legacy and impact of Christopher Columbus on the American experience.
Media Coverage Archive
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research in a wide variety of subjects, including business, diplomacy and international relations, theology, education, science, arts and humanities, communication, law, healthcare, government and politics.
Below is the last 12 months of notable media sources.
Pallavi Shahi discusses the disputes leading to India's bans and boycotts against China.
Transitional justice scholar Zinaida Miller examines massive human rights abuses around race and the commitment to redress, redistribution and restructuring.
International relations expert Kwame Akonor examines issues of Race around the UN Human Rights Council and a failure to act.
Rev. Edmond Ilg, Immaculate Conception Seminary alumnus, was ordained on Father's Day and vested by his son, Rev. Philip.
Financial expert Kurt Rotthoff explains the ins and outs of credit cards.
International Relations expert Martin Edwards discusses the fiscal crisis facing the UN.
Paula A. Franzese, Professor of Law at Seton Hall Law, shares a message for the Class of 2020.
Many nursing students and professors, including those at Seton Hall's College of Nursing, have been busy trying to help out in the fight against COVID-19.
Lidya Gebrekidan, BSN '16, a DAISY Award winner, was profiled in the May issue of New Jersey Monthly where she shared her approach to compassionate care. (Photo Credit: John O’Boyle)
Alumnus, John Baker, MS, ATC, '15, Highlights Telemedicine in a Time When Most Are Urged to Stay at Home.
Baker emphasizes the benefits of telehealth while hospitals remain filled with COVID-19 patients.
College of Nursing Instructor Leah Johnston-Rowbotham and current nursing students spoke to NJTV News about the "new world" they are already facing while working in hospitals amidst COVID-19.
Business expert Bruce Freeman advises students on having a Career Plan B in these uncertain times.
Alumnus Craig McGraw '05 discusses Forbes Business Development Council and his "essential business" in the time of COVID-19.
Dr. John A. Gallucci, President's Advisory Group (PAG) Member, Discusses How to Keep Head, Neck, and Back Safe While Working from Home
With work at home orders in place, many Americans are finding themselves with body pains, Dr. Gallucci discusses ways to prevent this from occurring.
Global health expert Yanzhong Huang discusses how China has turned the coronavirus epidemic response to its advantage internationally.
Susan Scherreik advises small businesses on ways to navigate the coronavirus epidemic.
Global health expert Yanzhong Huang discusses WHO’s response to China around coronavirus.
Finance expert Elven Riley gives advice to students struggling with bad credit.
Elizabeth Bigos, Chief Nursing Officer at ProHEALTH, speaks about what it is like on the front line of COVID-19 testing.
Dr. Ramon Solhkhah provides advice on handling today’s stress of working from home.
Highlighting $7.1 million in donations to enhance Buccino Leadership Institute.
The Famous Iwo Jima Flag-Raising Photo Captured an Authentic Moment—But Gave Many Americans a False Impression
On 75th anniversary of this iconic photo, Communication and the Arts’ Professors Matthew Pressman and James Kimble reflect on the impact it made on American sentiments about WWII.
Buccino Leadership Institute partners with Dr. Steve Adubato on innovative master class.
New parents Ashley Graham and Justin Ervin share natural childbirth advice of nursing expert Judith Lothian.
College basketball season is a busy time for Pirate Sports Network and CommArts alumnus John Fanta '17, who works dual roles as host of the weekly online show, "Big East Shootaround," and as a play-by-play announcer for Fox Sports.
Yanzhong Huang, Center for Global Health Studies director, discusses the Chinese governmental response to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Nicholas Snow discusses the personal relevance of a classic volume by Harold McNair on gas chromatography.
Global health expert Yanzhong Huang provides a personal account of the swine flu devastation in China.
International security expert Sara Bjerg Moller discusses how NATO must prioritize so it doesn’t become obsolete.
Hector Lozada, associate professor and fellow of the Institute for International Business in the department of marketing, discusses the importance of learning about the culture of other countries before trying to expand businesses internationally.
Greg Stevens, M.A.T., director of both the M.A. in Museum Professions program and the Institute of Museum Ethics at Seton Hall, weighs in with his opinion on the kind of relationship museums should have with art dealers.
Margaret Lewis discusses legal issues around detaining more than a million Uighers and ethnic minorities.
Per the Opera Wire review, both the artists and orchestra delivered a humorous yet very heartfelt interpretation of the opera "La Bohème" under the baton of Assistant Professor Jason Tramm.
International Relations expert Sara Bjerg Moller examines Macron’s critique of NATO and the transatlantic relationships.
Daily Nurse featured the College as being a nationally recognized winner of the Assessment and Impact Awards for Nursing Education.
Bob Costas event at Seton Hall featured in Forbes.
Senior Myles Powell is one of only five student-athletes in the nation to be designated a preseason All-American.
The Buccino Leadership Institute’s coaching program is highlighted.
Catholic Studies Director Ines Murzaku discusses evangelism and the Pan-Amazon Synod.
Educational expert Edmund Adjapong discusses the importance of innovation to attract underserved students to STEM fields.
Business expert Elven Riley discusses financial literacy, personal buying behavior, credit cards and debt.
Seton Hall University partners with the New Jersey Hospital Association, the Medical Society of New Jersey and the NJ Association of Health Plans on another year of the NJHELA certification program.
Susan Scherreik discusses the use of business credit cards as money management tools.
Philosopher Vicente Medina explores definitions of terrorism and the use of violence.
Educational innovator Edmund Adjapong explains how Hip-Hop Based Education attracts students to scientific fields.
UN expert Courtney Smith on U.S. Supreme Court potentially hearing groundbreaking case.
Educational ethnographer Alexandra Freidus discusses how PTOs grapple with issues around gentrification and school diversity.
UN expert Martin S. Edwards discusses the upcoming General Assembly and important work being undertaken.
Physician Assistant program teaches Clifton High School students about the PA profession through outreach program funded by the nccPA Health Foundation.
Christopher Hanifin, Department Chair and Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant, discusses the risks of taking antibiotics without a prescription.
Diplomacy Professor and Director of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies Zheng Wang on NPR on 'The Politics Of National Humiliation In The Trump-Xi Meeting.'
Amber M. Ingram, ’20, already an active education student on campus, brings her leadership skills to the state as the new NJEA Preservice state vice president.
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