The Teaching, Learning & Technology Center is pleased to announce the awardees of the 2019 Faculty Innovation Grants and the 2020 Call for Proposals.
Science and Technology News
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.
Speaker Rebecca Frost Davis will lead activities with faculty to develop ideas on how the topic relates to their teaching.
Final PhD seminar by Marius Pelmus: "Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Phthalocyanine based Photocatalysts."
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable Best Practices Committee is pleased to announce the Digital Humanities Seed Grants Projects Showcase.
Explore Space154 and emerging technologies like virtual reality, robotics, digital scavenger hunts, green screen technology, and Raspberry Pi gaming.
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Dr. Thomas A. Brettell, renowned former crime lab director to speak on the opioid crisis and and crime labs.
Antonio Noronha, Division of Neuroscience and Behavior Director at NIAAA, shared his expertise on NIH research grant funding.
Final Ph.D. seminar by Christopher Cultrara, "Applications of siRNA in Cancer Gene Therapy".
The Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry teams up on an initiative that may help prevent waste products in our environment.
Seton Hall students were invited to tour the New York LinkedIn office as part of their Student Ambassador Program orientation.
This fun yet informative course returns in May. Students gain an appreciation for fly fishing both in & out of the classroom.
On Thursday, March 21st from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite, Dr. Azzouni will discuss "Why There Are No Numbers."
The Department of Information Technology will be implementing a new feature to increase the security of your sensitive information.
To avoid service interruption, it is recommended that your internet browser, computer, and mobile phone are updated to the most current version.
Students used a Raspberry Pi, a small computer that plugs into a TV, to code their own gaming system.