Eric Bronnenkant, adjunct professor of taxation and head of tax at financial advisory company Betterment, offers tips on how business owners can stay ahead of the IRS this income tax season.
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 6 months of notable media sources.
Executive Director of the Center for Sports Media Jane McManus reports on how Golden State voters reject two propositions that would make it legal to gamble on games without leaving the state.
Jane McManus, executive director of the Center for Sports Media, discusses a Russian court upholding WNBA player Brittney Griner's nine year sentence and results of the Seton Hall Sports Poll reflecting on this complicated issue.
Hugh Dugan, Sharkey Scholar and Fellow, Center for UN and Global Governance Studies, discusses the national urgency for mastering diplomacy on UN Day, celebrating the organization's 60th anniversary.
Senior Jiaqi Liu was named the 2022 PRSA NJ Future PR Pro of the Year. As part of her application, Liu submitted a piece of a PR campaign to highlight the utilization of cannabis in creating equity.
Paula A. Franzese, Peter W. Rodino Professor of Law, discusses NJ Supreme Court vacancies, mandatory retirement, and serving in a hyper-politicized culture.
A post-Roe America gears up for its first election: How the Catholic vote could shift Congressional races
Professor Jo Renee Formicola, globally recognized expert in church-state relations, discusses how the midterm elections could influence government policies.
Professor Yanzhong Huang, Center for Global Health Studies director, discusses the 20th National Congress and the potential easing of China's zero-COVID policy.
Monsignor Thomas G. Guarino, STD, Professor Emeritus of Systematic Theology, explores the relevance of St. Thomas Aquinas during the 60th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council (Nostra Aetate).
William Connell, Professor of History and La Motta Endowed Chair in Italian Studies, discusses the life and legacy of Christopher Columbus, and issues of diversity.
Diplomacy Professor Zheng Wang, Center for Peace and Conflict Studies director, discusses the national approach of education emerging in Hong Kong today.
Community Policing expert Thomas Shea, Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Program Director, discusses child predator cases and the trend of citizen investigations.
Education policy expert Daniel Katz discusses the positive aspects of the state's conditional veto to the educative Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA) to assess teacher certification.
Alumnus Bill Field reflects on the recent Gala to Inaugurate the Center for Sports Media, as well as his time as an undergraduate at the University.
Jane McManus, inaugural executive director of the Center for Sports Media, discusses LIV golf, sports washing, and the difficult nature of diplomatic boycotts for athletes.
Education Leadership, Management, and Policy expert Christopher Tienken offers valuable analysis on the biggest challenges facing teachers today.
Renowned anchor and producer Robin Roberts was honored with Lifetime Professional Achievement Award at the Center for Sports Media Inaugural Gala.
Pirates men's basketball Head Coach Shaheen Holloway '00 took a path that ultimately led him back to where he belongs, home at Seton Hall.
International monetary expert Martin Edwards discusses the opening of the United Nations General Assembly and how economic aftershocks of COVID-19 plus inflation have made it harder for many countries to service their debt.
Derek Martinez, an assistant vice president in enrollment services, is featured in the NJ Business magazine's article about how New Jersey higher education institutions are attracting out-of-state students.
ROI-NJ selected Susan Scherreik, founding director of Seton Hall's Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, as one of the top 10 entrepreneurship education leaders in the state.
Professor Daniel Katz discusses policies and procedures to consider around equity for Pre-K through Grade12 school funding, especially for the most vulnerable.
On the Feast of St. Lawrence, the patron saint of the diaconate, Deacon Andrew Saunders (director of the Diaconal Formation Program at the Seminary) spoke about the permanent diaconate, the Church's discernment process for potential deacons and how deacons serve the Church.
Jane McManus, executive director of the Center for Sports Media, discusses DeShaun Watson's suspension and the Washington Commanders Dan Snyder workplace investigation.
Monsignor Thomas Guarino, professor emeritus of systematic theology and author of "Vincent of Lérins and the Development of Christian Doctrine," discusses the fifth-century monk whom Pope Francis quotes and references.
Schwab Announces Recipients of Its Registered Investment Advisor Talent Advantage Student Scholarship
Stillman senior Jennifer Giron was chosen to receive a $10,000 scholarship and will be matched with a mentor to help her work toward becoming an investment advisor.
Spirit of success: Dean Boozang says strong instruction — and loyal and active alumni network — helped Seton Hall Law place more graduates on ROI Influencers: Law list than any other
Dean Kathleen Boozang discusses the value of a Seton Hall Law degree in launching inspirational and influential careers for so many graduates who have made a difference in NJ and in the world.
Students in the M.S. in Occupational Therapy program recently participated in a community CarFit event with Montclair PD and AAA Northeast to empower mature adults drivers with enhanced safety checks.
Sports thought leader Jane McManus discusses WNBA star Brittney Griner's plight, the White House's response and the danger of incentivizing hostage-taking.
On Bloomberg's Business of Sports Podcast, Executive Director of the Center for Sports Media Jane McManus discusses Brittney Griner's imprisonment in Russia and female equity in sports.
Dr. Kathleen Neville, College of Nursing Associate Dean, discusses the extraordinary healthcare leadership of today's nurses, her Fulbright Award research on opioid addiction and the continuing impact of COVID-19 on the profession.
Matthew Hale, political scientist and public policy expert, discusses federal funding issues around state subsidies, augmenting social services, and election contributions.
Public and non-profit management expert Alex Torpey discusses the importance of strategic management, civic engagement and the greening of public spaces.
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.
Economist Danielle Zanzalari discusses choices that active-duty military should consider when researching car insurance.
As a top 40 Poets&Quants b-school, Stillman was able to name two seniors as "Best and Brightest" 2022 grads — Anna Plank and Luke Tyler — who are both quoted.
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.
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.
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- December 02: The Center for Catholic Studies Celebrates 25 Years at Seton Hall
- December 02: Annual Bright Idea Awards Recognize Exceptional Business Teaching and Research by NJ faculty
- December 02: Live Suture Clinic Brings Pre-Health Students Together
- December 02: World Cup Sports Poll Featured by Axios and Grant Wahl
- December 02: Gregory Floyd, Ph.D., Awarded Fellowship at Boston College
- December 01: Data Visualization Driven Conversations about Latinx Community Continue
- November 30: Stillman Student Named Young Rising Star for His Community Work
- November 30: Journey into Interiority
- November 30: Christmas at the Hall Opens with New UC, Tree Lighting
- November 30: Pre-Professional Advising Center Application Series: Dr. Gray Personal Statement Workshop