Students in the Psychological Studies MA program are to present their research at the NASP conference for sport psychology
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Donnell Pierre, M.A. ’11 and Associate Professor Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj, Ph.D., were honored at the annual alumni awards.
Education Professor Examines Neurofeedback As A Non-Medicinal Alternative For ADD/ADHD
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Matthew Desmond recently spoke and signed copies of his bestselling book Evicted.
Author Matthew Desmond lectures and signs copies of his Pulitzer Prize winning book.
Edmund Adjapong has been selected to receive the New Scholar Creativity and Pedagogy 2017 Award.
Counseling Psychology doctoral students Jiwon Yoo and Beyza Sinan founded iBuddy in 2016 to support cross-cultural friendships.
The College of Education and Human Services will honor recipients of the Hanbury Alumni Mission Award and the Schreitmueller Faculty Servant Leader Award.
Robert Kelchen, Ph.D., was recognized by Education Week for his influential role in moving scholarship into the public discourse.
Robert Kelchen's research on major issues in higher education today has been featured in more than 20 media outlets.
CEHS students attend professional development workshop titled, "Strategy Workshop for Pre-Service Teachers."
Nominations for the Hanbury Alumni Mission Award are now being accepted until January 15, 2018.
There are over 1.3 million homeless students in the United States today. This vital issue is explored by faculty and peers in the College of Education and Human Services.
The gift of $2 million from the estate of Patricia Kelly O'Callaghan '53 will fund scholarships in law, medicine and education.
The College of Education and Human Services celebrates the achievements and work of recent graduate, Conor Murtagh.
Four newly appointed professors in the College of Education and Human Services aim to be role models for a new generation.
Future educators filled this workshop to capacity as they learned strategies for working with English Language Learners.
Announcing first NJ college partnership with TSTT, one of the nation's leading teacher diversity mentoring programs.
Seton Hall University has been nationally recognized as a Bronze Medal School of Distinction by BestColleges.com.
The 2017 Many Are One Gala honored two alumna of the College of Education and Human Services for leadership and service.