Seton Hall University

In The Media

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 a sampling of recent media coverage.

2022`s Most Fun States in America

Public and non-profit management expert Alex Torpey discusses the importance of strategic management, civic engagement and the greening of public spaces.

WalletHub | June 13, 2022

COVID-19`s Impact on the Higher Education Community

President Joseph E. Nyre, Ph.D., discusses the transformational nature of a Seton Hall education to impact lives and enable students to accomplish great things.

PBS Think Tank with Steve Adubato | June 7, 2022

Ask the Experts

Economist Danielle Zanzalari discusses choices that active-duty military should consider when researching car insurance.

WalletHub | June 1, 2022

At Ordination the Cross Becomes a Mirror of Self-discovery

Rev. Msgr. Joseph Reilly, outgoing Rector/Dean of Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology reflects on his priestly ordination and how the cross can serve as a "mirror" of self-discovery in the priesthood.

Jersey Catholic | May 19, 2022

US Soccer Equalizes Pay in Milestone with Women, Men

Jane McManus, the inaugural executive director of the Center for Sports Media, is featured in the video coverage of the U.S. Soccer Federation's milestone agreement to pay its men's and women's teams equally.

News 12 NJ | May 18, 2022

The Collateral Damage in China`s COVID War

Professor Yanzhong Huang, Center for Global Health Studies director, discusses the social, economic and global health costs around China's Zero-Covid policy.

| May 17, 2022

Ukraine’s Wrong Lessons for Taiwan

Diplomacy Professor Zheng Wang, Center for Peace and Conflict Studies director, discusses national identity and effective foreign policy planning lessons for China and Taiwan compared to Russia and Ukraine.

The National Interest | May 1, 2022