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Walsh Gallery presents "Gregory Coates: Sheer Audacity," a solo exhibition of recent work, running January 13-March 6, 2020.
Paige Anderson ’17/ M.A. ’18 shares her success: from student to Global Communication Specialist.
Samantha Becker, a student in the M.A. in Museum Professions program, curates show, “New World Water,” for Walsh Gallery.
The Career Center reminds students that the Winter Break is a great time to take advantage of opportunities to build your professional network.
Poet Sarah Gambito will read on Tuesday, February 4th at 4:00 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
The Catholic Advocate is the most popular resource available on the Catholic News Archive portal.
The Sloan Foundation supports the Badillo Lab's research using visible light to switch on new catalytic reactions.
Ready to begin your amazing grad school journey? Join us for Seton Hall's Graduate Open House, Saturday, February 22.
History professors play tribute to military chaplain Father Vincent Capodanno.
Nine Big East Esports teams traveled to OS NYC in New York last week to compete in person for the title of Rocket League Champion in the Electronic Gaming Federation (EGF).
Cecilia Marzabadi was recently named the 2020 chair of the North Jersey Section of the American Chemical Society.
The new online certificate in social media will launch this spring and include both foundation and advanced-skills courses.
Seton Hall Law Report on Torture Featured by New York Times, Esquire, BBC, CNN, MSNBC, USA Today, and Media Across the Globe
The Seton Hall Law Report on torture was featured by The New York Times, BBC, CBC, CNN, MSNBC, USA Today and media worldwide.
A new study shows that Seton Hall has the second lowest median debt rate in NJ for its college grads over the last 20 years.
This week the inaugural class Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine at Seton Hall University begin their clerkships.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology Celebrates Advent with Successful Debut of New Series
Immaculate Conception Seminary's new Advent video reflection series is off to a promising start, metrics indicate.
The Latino Institute invites Patricia Ortiz to discuss ways on how to be more philanthropic in the local community.
The Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture announces the publication of Vol. 45, 3 & 5 of the Chesterton review, a special Croatian issue.
Award nominations sought for college alumni who embody Monsignor Hanbury's passion and commitment to service. Deadline 1/17.
Student entrepreneurs and sophomore leaders Belen Gamarra and Faith Akinlade get $5,000 for their award-winning idea.
Seton Hall celebrated the leadership of Patrick Murray '64/M.B.A. '72 as he stepped down after nearly a decade as chairman.
On December 3, 2019, The University shined a spotlight on DOVE for Giving Tuesday!
Olivia Lason looks back at her time at Seton Hall and provides insights for new students coming into the College.
Ph.D. candidate Marius Pelmus received a grant from Royal Society of Chemistry to celebrate the Periodic Table at Seton Hall.
Brian Fitzgerald is the CEO of Easterseals NJ, and has received many awards for his dedication to the organization.
Construction is complete on a state-of-the-art computer lab and esports facility for competition in Big East play.
Freddy García, an up-and-coming leader in diversity, inclusion and equality, recently spoke to the Seton Hall community.
Ten talented finalists with start-up concepts and fledgling businesses faced off in Pirates Pitch Competition.
The report includes the first illustrations of the torture by the man for whom the U.S. Torture Program was designed.
The Student Alumni Association is hard at work planning the 11th annual Bounce 'N Trounce!
Seton Hall alumni, undergraduate students, and faculty present at the International Assembly of the National Council.
Core professor Dr. Jon Radwan takes seven students to Catholic Worker Mary House where Dorothy Day lived and died in NYC.
On October 9, The Center for Peace and Conflict Studies hosted its fourth annual "All Conflict is Local" Conference.
Global director of tech exploration, Adam Spunberg, discusses artificial intelligence and machine learning at Stillman supply chain event.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll was featured in Forbes, Newsweek, NY Post, ESPN, Fox Business, Yahoo Finance, NJ.com and More.
Students will gain first-hand experience in exploring nursing and healthcare in Ecuador.
Seton Hall University welcomes all to celebrate Christmas at the Hall with the 10th annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Dr. Margarita Balmaceda explores the technological aspects and political implications of energy transportation across Europe.
Bryan Meadows, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Studies, was an invited guest speaker at an international symposium held in Ibagué, Colombia.
Graduate Studies within the College hosted an exclusive social media workshop open to faculty and aspiring academics.
The NJWT program continues to promote the positive ongoing relationship between the tax practitioner community & IRS.
Dr. Noura Hamladji, Deputy Regional Director of the UNDP Africa Bureau shares herexperiences with aspiring practitioners.
Covered by Forbes, Sports Business Daily, The Miami Herald and Ad Age, the talk featured media giants Bob Costas and Bob Ley.
The Princeton Review has named the Stillman School's on-campus MBA in its list of "Best Business Schools for 2020."
The Christmas season is upon us, and the Division of Volunteer Efforts (DOVE) is once again offering ways that you can help make the holidays a little brighter for those in utmost need.
The Seton Hall University Board of Regents has elected New Jersey attorney Kevin H. Marino as the next chair of the board.
Martin Edwards, Ph.D., will present his recent research findings at a conference hosted by the World Trade Organization in Geneva.
Core I students read works by Martin Luther King, Jr., Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton, who are regarded by Pope Francis as three of the “great Americans."
Regent Emeritus Gerald P. Buccino '63 has made a $2 million gift commitment to the Buccino Leadership Institute.
David E. Baugh, Ed.D. '17, was recognized for his visionary leadership and positive impact on students.
Associate Professor Sherry Greenberg was inducted as a fellow into the American Academy of Nursing.
School of Health and Medical Sciences co-sponsors the SHU-HPMSNJ Graduate Healthcare Management Student Case Study Challenge.
A group from Immaculate Conception Seminary embarked on a pilgrimage to Rome through its new partnership with the Lay Centre.
Erin Benz, M.A. ’19, museum coordinator and collections manager at the Montclair History Center, shares best practices for finding internships.
On November 5, 2019, EDST assistant professor Dr. Bryan Meadows visited Dover School District to lead two workshops.
The Career Center offers students opportunities to network with industry professionals.
Ceremony culminates a week of events that express the University’s storied past, dynamic present and limitless future.
The Department of Educational Studies hosted Dr. Tatsuya Isono (Seijo University, Japan) on Oct. 31, 2019.
On Friday, November 8 a group of Buccino Leadership Institute students toured the Seton Hall IHS Campus.
Tomorrow’s female leaders immerse themselves in the world of diplomacy through campus to career visits across NYC.
University community to cheer on innovative finalists competing in Shark Tank style business competition.
The Slavic Club cordially invites you to its annual Christmas Party at the Vernissage Restaurant, Friday, December 6th, 2019.
Thursday, November 21 is World Philosophy Day! We are featuring a couple of engaging events on campus in celebration.
Peggy Brady-Amoon believes in doing what you love. She was recently named a fellow the the American Psychology Association.
Angelica DeLeon shares her journey from entrepreneurship to securing a research fellow position at Seton Hall.
As Core Director, I felt privileged to share in some of the exciting and meaningful activities with our faculty and students.
Study travel writing in Italy - Rome, Florence, and Siena - in May and June of 2020.
Seton Hall Sports Poll findings on "image and likeness" pay for college athletes were featured in Washington Post, USA Today.
Three diplomacy students were selected for the Caravan for Democracy Student Leadership Mission to Israel.
The College of Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association Hosts Trick-or-Treat Yourself Halloween Event
The CAGSA’s stewards hosted Halloween social gathering as the association’s first event for Fall 2019.
International Fulbright Scholar, Houssam Eddine Beggas, joins the Diplomacy community as a new graduate student.
Fiction writer Alexandra Kleeman will read on Tuesday, November 19th at 4:00 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge of the University Center.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts is sponsoring a number of drives and initiatives for Hunger and Homelessness Week 2019.
Eileen Kiza, M.A. '18 shares why she chose to pursue her master's degree.
The Seton Hall Sport Poll findings on league officiating were featured by USA Today, NJ.com, ESPN and Legal Sports Report.
Come, participate and learn about “Russian Cuisine: From Everyday Family Meals to Seasonal Holiday Specialties.”
Institute for Communication and Religion to Host The Living Word Project: Artistic Expressions of the Sacred
Institute for Communication & Religion presents original student poetry inspired by their faith, religion and denomination.
Influential journalist Anthony Birritteri discusses the business environment and offers career advice to Stillman students.
Stillman Leadership students class of 2021 travel abroad to India during spring break of 2019.
The Catholic Studies Program proudly presents "The Universal Call to Holiness: The Life of Giuseppe Saint Moscati" on Wednesday, November 20 at 3 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
Rama Chakaki, founder and CEO of edSeed, will speak at Seton Hall on Nov. 14, 6:30 – 7:30, in A&S 109.
Lecture entitled Care of Severely Impaired African-American Newborns: A Matter of Public Health and Christian Social Ethics
Join the School of Diplomacy in welcoming back Ambassador Adam as the Sergio Vieira de Mello Endowed Visiting Chair.
Saint Augustine of Hippo lived in a world in many ways similar to the one in which students live today -- a complex one.
Two-time alumna Benay Johnson, M.A. ’93/D.N.P. ’18 followed her deep-rooted ambition to help others by pursuing her D.N.P.
Alfani was offered a faculty position at Seton Hall after completing his Executive M.S., and he didn’t “think twice about it.”
The investiture will formally welcome Joseph E. Nyre, Ph.D. and emphasize Seton Hall's commitment to showing the world what great minds can do.
Thomas Farrell, Assistant Administrator and Casework Supervisor, educates students about child welfare issues in New Jersey.
Ambassador Liberata Mulamula of Tanzania spoke on her 35 years of experience with Buccino Leadership students.
The new guest WiFi network, SHU-Guest, is up and running for your guests. No password is required, just validate access with a text message.
Villanova and Syracuse Professor Emeritus John D. Caputo will explore how the ideas of state, religion and university fit.
Earn credits and fulfill CORE III, while traveling to Italy, Spain, Greece, Japan, China, India, Ecuador or Ethiopia!
The path to servant leadership begins with you! Join in on Giving Tuesday to give back to today's servant leaders.
Leadership Center is the recipient of a $1 million gift from the Henry F. Roman and Maryann Roman Family Trust.
USA Today Money reports Seton Hall is among the top 100 universities experiencing the largest 5-year percentage increase.
Graduate students in experimental psychology investigate individual and societal problems with the Levy Fellowship program.
Rabbi Alan Brill came out with a new book, Rabbi on the Ganges: A Jewish-Hindu Encounter, this week.
Adding digital skills to traditional humanities coursework broadens student options.
Nonfiction writer Cutter Wood will read on Monday, November 4th at 4:00 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.