Seton Hall University

South Orange, NJ
The college intends to maintain mentoring, leadership training, and other supports for students because they have proven invaluable to the success of the accelerated second-degree MSN-CNL program.


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 Round 2: 2009 – 2010
David Darius
Courtney Distefano
Daisy Dunbar
Jennifer Esena
Adenike Gbadamosi
Nneka Jefferson
Anthonia Latunji
Ektabahen Makani
Valeria Mali
Maria Nwakanma
Ronald Reda
April Schott
Inessa Semenov
Rebecca Stanley
Round 6: 2013 – 2014
Jason Chesterman
Margia Fonseca
Franck Nelson
Mohammed Yaseen-Ahmed
Round 7: 2014 – 2015
Krista Min
Nadine Nwosu-Sylvester
Madhuwattie Parsam
Maulik Patel
Sunil Patel
During its final year in the NCIN program, the college of nursing focused primarily on developing leaders in the university setting and in regional professional programs. NCIN scholars participated in regional NCIN leadership conferences and reported being inspired. Scholars also participated in meetings of the NJ Chapter of Men in Nursing. They demonstrated leadership by volunteering to draft a proposal for a study-abroad program for nursing and other health care professions students; serving as peer advisers in the Freshman Studies Office; participating in the university’s multidisciplinary student organization, Leaders in Healthcare; joining meetings to plan for the 2014-2015 academic year; and conducting a mentor- ship training workshop for accelerated second-degree MSN-Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) students.


I believe nursing brings out the best in you.  Being only in my first year of nursing school, I have seen a transformation in my life for the better.