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There will be opportunities for you to learn about what the TLTR has been doing and to help plan the direction for this year while enjoying traditional Oktoberfest food and Root Beer.
Student Applications are open for the LinkedIn Learning Champion Program.
In this session guest speaker Kevin Smith will discuss Fair Use and the grey areas as well as providing guidance to students.
Starting with the Fall 2019 semester, Microsoft Teams will automatically integrate all courses as individual teams in Microsoft Teams, a digital hub that brings conversations, files and apps together in a single experience.
Are you tired of emailing back and forth when editing documents? Do you wish you could work on documents with others, online, in real time?
Giant Leap Summer Science Workshop welcomes new cohort of high school students for explorations in STEM.
Renowned evidence scholar, D. Michael Risinger was featured in a six-part symposium for the Washington Post on forensics.
New grant for the development of new generation of photovoltaic devices (solar cells) has been awarded to Professor Mehmet Sahiner, from the Department of Physics.
Two students and one alumna will be on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Social Workers - NJ.
Stillman student, Surya Makkar, received a scholarship from the New Jersey Society for Information Management Foundation
The SHU-Guest network provides temporary access to the Seton Hall University wireless network on mobile devices and personal laptops.
Assistant Professor and Green Chemistry advocate David A. Laviska, Ph.D. is not only a great mind, but a great person.
As of the end of the spring 2019 semester, Seton Hall's Institutional Repository officially surpassed 3 million downloads.
Support Seton Hall students before June 30 and receive stylish Pirate gear for the summer!
The Teaching, Learning & Technology Center is pleased to announce the awardees of the 2019 Faculty Innovation Grants and the 2020 Call for Proposals.
With Environmental Studies Professor Wanda Knapik, students inventoried trees for the South Orange Environmental Commission.
The 2019 TLTC Summer Series will be offering seven exciting sessions on a variety of topics. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend these free events.
Bring your team of 4-6 to McNulty Hall on May 4. Receive a NASA/Apollo Lego kit and work together to assemble it.
Seminar in conjunction with the 24th Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Symposium and Poster Session.
Sir Steven Cowley delivers "Bringing Down the Cost and Scale of Fusion Energy," the Fr. Stanley L. Jaki Distinguished Lecture.
Faculty will lead participants in a roundtable discussion followed by panel discussions and presentations on the topics of Project Based Learning and Managing Student Teams.
The online program builds on the success of the College's popular certificate program in Data Visualization and Analysis.
NC State professor Caroline Proulx to speak on Chemoselective Reactions for Medicinal Chemistry
Students in the Integrating Technology in the Classroom course joined members of the Instructional Design Team in Space 154 to experience new technologies.