Alumni Relations Webinars for Alumni

Free Webinar Series for Alumni

Seton Hall University invites all alumni, parents and friends to take part in a webinar series covering a variety of topics delivered by professionals, alumni, administrators, and more. Learn more about a topic that interests you! All sessions are free for members of the Seton Hall University community.

All participants are welcome to join as many sessions as they would like.

Please contact Sean McCarthy, assistant director of alumni benefits, with questions at (973) 378-9821 or

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Wednesday, May 27
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
During this webinar we will hear from practical and academic panelists. They will share their experiences about living through the COVID-19 pandemic and lessons that they have learned. We will hear from a field nurse about the challenges she has faced in being able to provide care for her patients. Seton Hall professors will talk about the medical ethical issues that have surfaced, tips for managing these challenges and practicing self care.

Meryl Marger Picard, Ph.D. '12, MSW, OTR
Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy, Seton Hall
Gladis Argueta
Nurse, Horizon NJ Health Government Programs
Dr. Widian Nicola
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Assistant Professor of Graduate Social Work, Seton Hall University
Bryan Pilkington, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall, Adjunct Associate Professor, College of Nursing and Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Philosophy, Seton Hall

Natasha Lima '04
Risk Manager, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield

Thursday, June 11
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
This webinar will provide basic information regarding advance medical directives and powers of attorney including why each document is needed, some of the consequences of not having these documents, and what authority granted by each document.

Presenters: Pietro Cammarota, J.D. '98 and Joseph Hallock '66, J.D. '71

Thursday, June 25
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Knowing how to navigate personal finances is a necessary tool for success. In this webinar, Matthew Bacho '19 will discuss key tips that will be specifically useful to 2020 college graduates.
Please consider supporting Seton Hall's area of greatest need during this crisis. $  
Event registration summary
COVID-19 Lessons Learned for the Mind, Body and Soul:
"I Wish Someone Told Me Sooner" - An Introduction to Advanced Medical Directives/Powers of Attorney:
Financial Guidance for Recent Graduates:

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2016-2017 Series: Past Webinar Topics

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