The College of Nursing sponsored their second alumni panel of graduates from the B.S.N. program.
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U.S. News & World Report 2020 has again ranked graduate programs in the College of Nursing among the nation's best.
Dr. Dawn Apgar was honored as "Top Reviewer" for the Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work Education for her work in 2018.
Antonio Noronha, Division of Neuroscience and Behavior Director at NIAAA, shared his expertise on NIH research grant funding.
Kirk Johnson of the College of Arts and Sciences tackles the controversial topic in his new book, Medical Stigmata.
The famed psychologist returns to the Seton Hall campus to discuss Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) on March 22.
Marie Foley, Ph.D., R.N., dean for the College of Nursing will be honored by the Institute for Nursing on April 4.
The College of Nursing celebrated the first White Coat Ceremony welcoming new nurses at the new IHS campus.
Seton Hall will be featuring the Marriage and Family Therapy Programs as part of its Graduate Open House on February 23.
U.S. News and World Reports has ranked Seton Hall University at 75th in the nation for Best Online Graduate Nursing programs.
Students from the Arts and Sciences Leadership Center give back to local hospital's pediatric center.
Professor Mary Landriau educates 700 aspiring health care students at a statewide conference.
Research by Professor Sulie Chang suggests that binge drinking in teens could lead to an increased "sensitivity" to opioids.
Gail Thornton, M.A. '03 was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America and recently published her second book.
Jenna Mason, M.S.N. '15, was honored with a March of Dimes Rising Star Award for her impressive array of leadership efforts.
Madelyn Yu M.S.N.'03, was recently honored with the presidential position for the Philippine Nurses Association of America.
Grigoriy "Grisha" Shekhtman has been awarded a grant to research the relationship between social media and alcohol abuse.
Professor Sona Patel, Speech-Language Pathology, is collaborating with colleagues at Johns Hopkins on a $3.2M grant.
Kathleen Nagle, PhD, CCC-SLP, has been awarded the Advancing Academic-Research Careers (AARC) Award.
The 2018 Margaret C. Haley Awards honored distinguished graduates from the College of Nursing who made an impact.
Graduate nursing students had the rare opportunity to attend an intimate conversation with four former U.S. Surgeons General.
The Interprofessional Health Sciences schools received a medication-assisted training grant related to opioid use disorders.
Professor Boergers, in the Athletic Training Department, receives $13,965 grant from US Lacrosse for research on managing on-field emergencies.
Dr. Frederick Buechel '67 is the co-inventor of one of the world's best-known artificial knees -- chosen by a million plus.
The College of Nursing and Alumni Relations honor alumni who have made significant contributions to the nursing profession.