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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.

Help Your Clients Vote!

Occupational therapy professors, Dr. Ramona Guthrie and Dr. Meryl Picard, provide resources and tips for assisting adults with disabilities in voting.

Elite Healthcare | October 14, 2020

Voting with a Disability

Occupational therapy professors, Ramona Guthrie and Meryl Picard, discuss how people with disabilities engage in voting during a pandemic.

Healthcare Elite | October 7, 2020

2020's Best & Worst States for Teachers

Education administration expert Christopher Tienken discusses education policy challenges and provides advice to those entering the profession.

WalletHub | September 21, 2020

How COVID-19 Will Change Sports Media Forever

B.J. Schecter, Professional-In-Residence in the College of Communication and the Arts, discusses with Steve Adubato the role of Sports Media today, how it has evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic and how the Sports Media minor at Seton Hall is addressing those changes.

Best of NJ | September 16, 2020

Take a Sabbatical for Teaching This Fall

Research Scholar Nick Snow explains why, in this perfect storm, teaching and engaging with students should be a professor's highest priority.

Inside Higher Ed | August 26, 2020

Be All For Jesus Through Mary

Religion Professor Ines A. Murzaku, Catholic Studies Program director, explores the theological bond between Mary and St. Mother Teresa.

National Catholic Register | August 15, 2020

The 4 Best Utility Stocks Right Now

Finance expert Mark D. Schild discusses rates of debt and interest rate movements in the utility stocks sector.

InvestorPlace | August 6, 2020

The Evolution of Sports Media

College of Communication and the Arts Professional-in-Residence B.J. Schecter featured on One-on-One with Steve Adubato to discuss the current state of Sports Media and how Seton Hall's students are part of the changing landscape.

PBS/One-on-One with Steve Adubato | August 5, 2020

Ask the Experts

Education expert Jan Arlene Furman explores policy issues and factors around school quality, spending, and educating during this time of COVID-19.

WalletHub | July 28, 2020

The UN's Failure to Act on Race

International relations expert Kwame Akonor examines issues of Race around the UN Human Rights Council and a failure to act.

IPS News | June 24, 2020

When a Dad Became a Priest, Like his Son

Rev. Edmond Ilg, Immaculate Conception Seminary alumnus, was ordained on Father's Day and vested by his son, Rev. Philip.

CNA Catholic News Agency | June 24, 2020

Graduating Nursing Students Entering "New World"

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.

NJTV News | April 30, 2020

Xi Jinping Won the Coronavirus Crisis

Global health expert Yanzhong Huang discusses how China has turned the coronavirus epidemic response to its advantage internationally.

Foreign Affairs | April 13, 2020

Ask the Experts

Finance expert Elven Riley gives advice to students struggling with bad credit.

WalletHub | April 2, 2020

Jason Tramm: Art Goes On

Seton Hall's Assistant Professor and Director of Choral Activities Jason Tramm was featured in the National Association of Teachers of Singing "Voices of COVID-19" interview series. This project "seeks to give a platform to all parts of the vocal performing arts to better understand the lived experiences and mentality of those professionals."

National Association of Teachers of Singing | March 21, 2020

Donations at Work

Highlighting $7.1 million in donations to enhance Buccino Leadership Institute.

NJBIZ | March 9, 2020

Weekend Plans With Big East Digital Network's John Fanta

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.

Sports Business Daily | January 31, 2020

Books to Basics

Nicholas Snow discusses the personal relevance of a classic volume by Harold McNair on gas chromatography.

The Analytical Scientist | January 6, 2020

Is NATO obsolete?

International security expert Sara Bjerg Moller discusses how NATO must prioritize so it doesn’t become obsolete.

BBC World Service | December 18, 2019

Culture Club: Investigate the Local Scene Before Going International

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. | December 2, 2019
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