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Seton Hall: New Home For School Of Medicine

February 24, 2015

Seton Hall and Hackensack-Meridian Health have signed a long-term lease agreement for a new health and medical sciences campus consisting of 16 acres and two state-of-the-art buildings on the former Hoffmann-La Roche biomedical campus in Nutley and Clifton, New Jersey. The campus will house Seton Hall’s new School of Medicine, the only private school of medicine in the state. Seton Hall’s College of Nursing and School of Health and Medical Sciences will also be re-located to the new campus. This combination of healthcare education is designed to mirror how healthcare will be delivered in the future. This team-based approach will train students from medicine, nursing, occupational and physical therapy, healthcare administration and other related fields together to improve patient care and offer students greater opportunities.

Seton Hall’s Class Of 2020: Most Applicants And Highest SAT Scores In History

The Seton Hall community recently welcomed the Class of 2020 – one of the most selective and accomplished classes in the history of the University. The diverse incoming class posted the most applicants and the highest average SAT score recorded in Seton Hall history. The new freshman class boasts an average two-part SAT score of 1153, which is an eight-point increase over last year and an improvement of 103 points since the fall of 2009. Along with these historic gains in quality, Seton Hall has maintained a diverse student body with 20% of reporting students identifying as Hispanic, 14% identifying as African American and 16% as Asian. In addition, the Class of 2020 continues to reflect Seton Hall’s commitment to economic diversity and its core identity as a school of opportunity: approximately 28% of the student body qualify for Pell grants and 34% of New Jersey residents qualify for TAG grants.

Seton Hall Professor Presents On Bhagavad Gita At National Academy Of Management

Professor A.D. Amar, Stillman School of Business, was chosen to conduct an All Academy Theme Symposium of his creation at the 76th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars and academics. The symposium looked to the Bhagavad Gita for guidance in the management of business and organizations of the twenty-first century.