Former President Dr. Joseph Nyre sues Seton Hall, alleging gaslighting, retaliation, breach of contractBy Emma Thumann | Feb. 6
Nyre’s wife, Kelli, has also alleged sexual harassment against Seton Hall and Chairman of the Board of Regents Kevin Marino.
Professor and filmmaker William Pace co-wrote “The Filmmaker’s Guide to Creatively Embracing Limitations" with Ingrid Stobbe, a former term professor of Visual and Sound Media at Seton Hall who now teaches at Lesley University in Boston.
Diplomacy professor on leading Israel-Hamas conflict discussions: “Be there for your students, not for a cause”By Catherine Anderson | Feb. 6
“Listening really needs to be emphasized in conversations like this, because everyone forgets to do it,” said Joseph Huddleston, an adjunct professor of the School of Diplomacy.
UPDATE: Joseph DeBari, a junior accounting major in the Stillman School of Business, was a legacy student from Bridgewater, N.J. who was active in the Hall Street Fund.
The Seton Hall Center for Sports Media hosted two members of the first women’s basketball team, along with the first female coach, to celebrate 50 years of Title IX on Dec. 1. This event took place a day before the 50 Years of Women’s Sports celebration.
The Student Government Association (SGA) enacted a new Senate Constituency Bill during their meeting on Nov. 27 that will significantly alter their student representation.
AI has taken the internet by storm since its rise in popularity nearly a year ago, from generating images to writing essays in seconds. Today, AI seems to be embraced to a certain degree at Seton Hall, by being aware of some of its pros but also being aware of its cons.
Seton Hall’s 21st President Dr. Joseph Nyre announced his sabbatical for the 2023-24 academic year on July 24, after which he will relinquish his position.