More than 350 members of the Seton Hall community came together to recognize Setonians who continue the Seton Hall legacy.
The Stillman School of Business now offers a 30-credit, online master's degree in business analytics.
Father Colin Kay has been appointed Director of Campus Ministry at Seton Hall University.
Rev. Dr. Forrest Pritchett read the Emancipation Proclamation at Juneteenth celebrations in Morris County on June 8th.
Professor David Bossman has retired this year after 34 years of service to the Seton Hall community.
New grant for the development of new generation of photovoltaic devices (solar cells) has been awarded to Professor Mehmet Sahiner, from the Department of Physics.
A nationally recognized leader in higher education and health care administration, Dr. Joseph E. Nyre is Seton Hall's 21st President.
Acting NJ Gov. Sheila Oliver visited the University to sign two bills to increase financial transparency for students.
Martin Edwards, Ph.D., recently gave his analysis on the nomination of Kelly Craft to be ambassador to the United Nations.
Seton Hall Enrollment Services hosts a drive for the children of St. Joseph's who are in need of school supplies.
Kylie Aoki is a student who understands the value of leadership and experience.
After winning in 2016, WSOU was again named a finalist for the NAB's Marconi Award for Best College Radio Station in America.
Sister Bosco Amakwe, teacher in the Core and the Department of Communication, invites Core Director to ordination in Nigeria.
Mark B. Schlemmer was selected to serve as a social media journalist for the AAM’s Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo.
The School of Diplomacy hosted its inaugural PPIA Public Service Weekend Conference for an elite student group.
Stillman School of Business Dean Joyce Strawser elected to serve on the AACSB International Board of Directors.
The first College of Nursing Alumni Reunion celebrated the achievements of young nursing alumni this spring.
Getting to know the remarkable St. Catherine of Siena, a 14th century lay woman with a very modern appeal.
Two students and one alumna will be on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Social Workers - NJ.
Professor Mary Landriau participated in a roundtable with child welfare experts from 31 states and 3 tribal nations.