The award recognizes excellence in graduate teaching and mentoring, including the integration of research and teaching, quality and extent of preparation, and excellence in all aspects of the teacher-student relationship.
The Bloustein School, Seton Hall, Appalachain State, the Northern New Jersey Healthcare Businesswoman’s Association chapter and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset, held a panel discussion on the “hidden talents” that made several women successful in their careers.
Research: Disconnect between public assistance recipients and policies designed to assist them with returning to work
Study findings reveal that unclear policy goals, overly generalized services, and miscommunication require recipients to self-advocate and ultimately impedes recipient pursuing employment-related goals.
The Bloustein School and Seton Hall partnered with the Northern NJ Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association for an evening focused on women leaders in healthcare.
On Tuesday, February 16, 2016, U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Thomas Perez visited the New Start Career Network (NSCN), an initiative of the John J. Heldrich Center for Workforce Development, to conduct a roundtable with several of the network’s older, long-term...