Seton Hall Undergraduate Leaders Podcast
Episode 054 - Paul Muldoon

Episode 054 - Paul Muldoon

February 24, 2021

This episode features Paul Muldoon. He is a Pulitzer-prize winning poet who has published 14 full-length poetry collections, as well as countless other pieces of writing. Born in Northern Ireland, he studied at Queen’s University in Belfast and worked as a producer for the BBC until becoming a freelance writer in the mid-1980s. He was the poetry editor of The New Yorker from 2007-2017 and has served as a professor of poetry at both Oxford University and Princeton University, and he currently occupies the Howard G.B. Clark ’21 chair in the Humanities at Princeton. He has been described by The Times Literary Supplement as “The most significant English-language poet born since the second World War.”

Episode 053 - Diversity Inclusion Initiative

Episode 053 - Diversity Inclusion Initiative

February 17, 2021

This episode features Nyah Doe and Chris Lucas. Nyah and Chris lead the Diversity & Inclusion initiative and organize dialogues, classes, and workshops. They create a safe space for important conversations to happen and lead a diverse team of leaders. Nyah is a sophomore in the Communication & the Arts cohort and Chris is a junior in the Business cohort.

Episode 052 - Daniel Harkavy

Episode 052 - Daniel Harkavy

February 10, 2021

This episode features Daniel Harkavy. Daniel has coached thousands of business leaders to peak levels of success, performance, profitability and fulfillment. In 1996, he harnessed his passion for coaching teams and leaders and founded Building Champions, where he serves as CEO and CEO Mentor. In October 2020, he released his latest book “The 7 Perspectives of Effective Leaders.”

 

The 7 Perspectives of Effective Leaders

 

https://www.buildingchampions.com/

Episode 051 - Rachel Badway

Episode 051 - Rachel Badway

February 3, 2021

This episode features Rachel Badway. She is a junior finance major in the Buccino Leadership Program at Seton Hall. Rachel is currently developing Lead Ahead, a leadership app designed for college students. Lead Ahead came in second at Seton Hall’s “Pirate Pitch,” and was selected as one of the top 100 ideas in the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization.