Professor Melinda Papaccio, of the English and CORE departments at Seton Hall University, lost her eldest son to addiction on Sept. 22, 2018. On Thursday, Nov. 9, she got to celebrate not only his life but the lives of many others who have fallen to the same disease when the Black Poster Project was brought to Seton Hall’s University Center, the epicenter of student activity on campus.
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Seton Hall University will transition from Banner’s degree audit tool, Curriculum and Advising and Program Planning Tool (CAPP), to Degree Works in October.
Seton Hall University was ranked as the 21st best employer in New Jersey, according to Forbes.