The celebration of the official opening and blessing the new Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus (IHS) was featured on PBS.
Health and Medicine News
Seton Hall’s College of Nursing will participate in Mary’s Place by the Sea’s 7th Annual Walkathon on Saturday, September 22.
Seton Hall and Hackensack Meridian Health to mark the open and blessing of the new Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus.
Speech-Language Pathology and Physician Assistant students collaborate perform HEENT and Oral Mechanism Exams.
The Gerontological Society of America has named Associate Dean Judith Lucas as a fellow for her work in policy and practice.
Helen Pozdniakova, a first year medical student, is this year’s recipient of the Laser Spine Institute Scholarship.
Support for Ph.D. candidates is a healthy investment for tomorrow's nurse leaders.
Nya Huguette Ebama '01 never gave up on her dreams of being a doctor despite facing significant challenges.
Kathleen Neville, Ph.D., R.N., has been selected for Fellowship in the American Academy of Nursing.
New and returning nursing students began their first day as part of the brand new health sciences campus.
Maryanne Barra-Schneider, D.N.P., recently led a workshop for new doctors titled "Internal Medicine Boot Camp 2018."
The School of Medicine hosts a pre-med internship for competitive high school students from underrepresented backgrounds.
The University has appointed two new members to its Board of Regents: Karl P. Adler, M.D., and Robert C. Garrett.
Jenna Evans will defend her dissertation on "Reducing Thirty-Day Hospital Readmissions in Drug and Medication Poisoning: An Observational Study" on July 25.
Totaling 60 students from an applicant pool of more than 2100, the inaugural class of the School of Medicine is seated.
School of Medicine celebrates inaugural class at White Coat Ceremony. Innovative curriculum transforms medical education.
University and Hackensack Meridian Health forging new path in medical education.
Nursing Professor Phyllis Shanley Hansell receives the R. Louise McManus Medal for her many achievements and contributions.
Tony Varughese '17 discusses how his Catholic Studies minor helped prepare him for medical school and beyond.
Trained therapy dogs visit the campus green to aid students in decompressing before finals commenced.
Barbara Kiernan, '65 will receive the School and College Service Award at the 32nd annual Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala.
Two recently appointed administrators are assisting the College of Nursing reach the next level.
Undergraduate nursing students recently assumed the role of teacher as part of Community Health Perspectives.
Three alumni and three undergraduate students shared their interests, experiences, and journeys towards medical school.
The College of Nursing recently sponsored their first alumni panel of recent B.S.N. graduates to advise the senior class.