|Catholic Studies Major in Chile|
Senior Brianna Fitzpatrick describes how her studies influenced her study abroad experience in Chile this past May.
|Catholic Studies Minor Goes for MHA|
Elizabeth Oskierko '14, reflects on her experience as a Catholic Studies minor as she pursues a M.H.A at Seton Hall.
|Journal Earns Top Honors|
Journal co-edited by Seton Hall professor earns top honors from the Catholic Press Association.
|Healthy Mind and Body Charity Walk|
Get active with Dr. Sampson Davis '95, Dr. Rameck Hunt '95 and Dr. George Jenkins '95 of The Three Doctors Foundation
|Info Session for Master's in PR|
Join us for our info session for the M.A. in P.R. Program on July 17th, in the Chancellor Suite, from 6-8 p.m.
|WSOU 89.5 FM Website Redesign|
WSOU 89.5 FM Unveils Redesigned Website, www.wsou.net, with Improved Streaming on All Devices and Easy Navigation
|Physics Graduate Heads to Copenhagen|
Environmental quest takes Kyle Honsinger to the University of Copenhagen to earn a Master of Science in Climate Change.
|Catholic Studies Major Heads to NJ Med|
Samantha Pettigrew '14, a double major in Biology and Catholic Studies, will be attending Med School in the fall.
|Atom Wall Hits the Big Time|
A notable journal features the research of several chemistry faculty/students and dons the atom wall on its front cover.
|Recently Updated Website|
The JCST Graduate Program has updated their website.
|Pope Francis Renews Appointment|
The Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell, S.T.L., S.S.L., D. Phil., will serve on the Holy See's Commission for five more years.
|Physics Students Teach for a Day|
Four members of the Society of Physics Students visited Dutch Neck Elementary School to take part in its Science Day.
|Summer Stress Reduction Workshop|
Workshop on evidence-based skills to help students reduce and prevent stress.
|SHU Tutopia Event|
Prep for finals by attending our SHU Tutopia Event. Free drop-in tutoring, food, prizes, raffles and fun!
|Prof. Hennessy Publishes New Book|
Her book, The Europeanization of Workplace Pensions, was published by Cambridge University Press (2014).
|Seton Hall's Dido and Aeneas named Top 5 Event of the Week by Star Ledger|
Seton Hall University's arts programs team with MidAtlantic Opera to co-present Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.
|Professor Yates - Woman of the Year|
Professor Deirdre Yates, chair of the Communications Dept, was recently named Seton Hall's Woman of the Year.
|Faculty Receives Solar Energy Research Grant|
Physics Professor Weining Wang received a $35,000 grant for solar energy research with her undergraduate students.
|How to Prep for Finals with the ARC|
Improve, progress & succeed with the Academic Resource Center! Resources are available to help you Prep for Finals.
|The Annual Phi Alpha Theta Lecture|
Plutopia: Nuclear Families, Atomic Cities, and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters
|Petersheim Academic Exposition 2014|
The Petersheim Academic Exposition 2014: Share, Honor, Unite will take place Tuesday, April 22 through Saturday, April 26, 2014.
|Alumna Honored for Endowment|
Helen Lerner '76 was honored on April 4 for bestowing an endowment to expand the museum seminars abroad program.
|Biological Sciences Symposium|
The Department of Biological Sciences is pleased to present the 7th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium.
|Dr. Murzaku's New Book|
Dr. Ines A. Murzaku's New Book.
|What Makes a Real Man?|
Learn how gender socialization leads to equal discrimination against both men and women.
|Council of Constance Lecture|
Department of Catholic Studies to host "Healing the Church, Uniting the Nations" lecture on April 15 at 4:30 p.m.
|Enhanced Research Improves Lives|
Sergiu Gorun describes how the Center for Functional Materials pursues ground-breaking research to help humanity.
|Farewell | L’Affaire Farewell|
French & Slavic Clubs will be showing movie, Farewell | L'Affaire Farewell in French and Russian with English subtitles.
|Panel Discussion: Do Elections Mean Democracy?|
Join us on Tuesday, April 8 at 12:30 p.m. for a panel discussion on the crisis in Venezuela and Ukraine.
|Baptist and Catholic Dialogue|
Most Rev. Arthur Serratelli and Dr. Timothy George to talk on “The Word of God in the Life of the Church” on April 10.
|Trip to Brighton Beach|
Sat. April 12, 2014, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., Slavic Club is sponsoring its annual trip to Brighton Beach, Coney Island, NY.
|Hello Golden Gate, Goodbye Russia|
On April 3 the Slavic Club will present guest speaker, Olga Valcoff, who will discuss her book, Hello Golden Gate, Goodbye Russia.
|MLK Scholars Celebrate Coretta King|
The Seton Hall University MLK Scholar community celebrates the life, legacy and inspiration of Coretta Scott King
|Science Student Research Award|
Science student was awarded APS travel award.
|Physics Faculty Awarded Grant|
Assistant Professor of Physics Weining Wang won Cottrell College Science Award.
|All Eyes on Ukraine|
Roundtable discussion "All Eyes on Ukraine: Perspectives on the Unfolding Crisis"
|Philosophers Speak Lecture|
Is there a duty to adopt over having in vitro fertilization treatments?
|Conference on Women and Gender|
The 2014 SHU Conference on Women and Gender, entitled "Challenges, Opportunities, Possibilities," takes place on 3/28.
|New Book Highlights Physics Faculty Research|
Scientific discoveries of Dr. Lopez and Dr. Sahiner, along with other researchers, are compiled into a new book that aims to simplify the subject of complex plasmas.
|Tony Campolo Featured at Distinguished Lecturer Series|
The Distinguished Lecturer Series will feature Anthony Campolo, Ph.D. on April 8, at 4:30 p.m. in the Theatre-in-the-Round, Bishop Dougherty University Center.
|Top 5 Things the Military Loves about MASCL|
Online classes? Lessons in leadership? Faculty? MASCL's military alumni weigh in on their favorite parts of the program.
|Rodrigo Rey Rosa Reads at Seton Hall|
Internationally renown author Rodrigo Rey Rosa reads in the Chancellor's Suite on Wednesday, April 2 at 7 p.m.
|Women and Gender Studies Conference|
The 2014 conference, free to the Seton Hall Community, features speaker Nisha Varia of Human Rights Watch.
|Seton Hall Student Meets Lord Mayor of Dublin|
Seton Hall student Daniela Rios is studying in Ireland at American College, met with the Lord Mayor of Dublin last week.
|Pope Francis' Vision of the Church|
Fr. Antonio Spadaro to talk on “My Door Is Always Open – Pope Francis’ Vision of the Church” on March 20, 2014 at 5 p.m.
|Philosophy Essay Competition|
The best essay will win a $250 cash prize! Open to all undergraduates
|Minor in Ethics and Applied Ethics|
Learn to Think Critically about Pressing Ethical Issues in your Life and Profession.
|Passaic County Prosecutor on Empowerment|
As part of the "Hablemos" series, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes will speak about student empowerment!
|UG Summer Research Fellowships|
Seton Hall University has been awarded summer undergraduate student research fellowships for STEM areas through NASA.
|Pope John XXIII and the Jews|
David Dalin, noted scholar of American Jewish History & Catholic-Jewish relations, will speak on March 30.
|Lecture by Cheryl Sterling|
Dr. Cheryl Sterling will deliver a lecture on "African Roots, Brazilian Rites: Cultural and National Identity in Brazil"
|Theology and Vegetarianism|
Jeffrey Cohan, Rabbi Eliyahu Soiefer and Dr. Judith Stark will discuss the theological ideal of vegetarianism.
|Poles & Jews during World War II|
This study day will examine the heroic witness of Jan Karski and the tragedy of the Jedwabne pogrom.
|PAC Distinguished Lecture Series|
The PAC Distinguished Lecture Series welcomes Dr. Amy Needham to present her research.
|Thibaudet Performs for Seton Hall|
World renowned pianist, Jean Yves Thibaudet, to perform on the Seton Hall Classical Series at SOPAC.
|Annual Piano Sale|
Hundreds of instruments for sale at Seton Hall in March
|Dr. Christina Greer to Visit|
Discussion surrounding her book - Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream.
|To Kill A Mockingbird|
Come see Seton Hall Theatre's Production of To Kill A Mockingbird, directed by Prof. Deirdre Yates this February!
|Arcadia – Call for Submissions|
Arcadia – Catholic Studies Student Journal Call for Submissions
Your Voice - Your Journal - Arcadia -"Et In Arcadia Ego - there am I"
|Professor Opens Seminar in Barcelona|
Professor Connell of History, February 6, gave the first seminar in a series on Machiavelli in the University of Barcelona.
|Fr. Warren Hall on CNN|
Catholic Studies Professor Fr. Warren Hall reflects on a Supernatural Super Bowl on CNN and NorthJersey.com
|Child Learning Lab is Recruiting|
The Child Learning Lab in the Department of Psychology in Jubilee Hall is Recruiting Participants!
|Talk on St. Jerome's Slavic Letters|
"The Slavic Letters of St. Jerome" lecture to take place on Feb. 25 at 5 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge, UC.
|Native American Lecture Series|
The College of Arts and Sciences Hosts a Native American Lecture Series in February
|Politics of Energy Dependency|
Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania between Domestic Oligarchs and Russian Pressure
|Susan Choi Reads at Seton Hall|
Acclaimed novelist Susan Choi reads at Seton Hall on Tuesday, February 25 at 7 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
|Council of Constance Lecture|
The Department of Catholic Studies to host a lecture about the Council of Constance on Feb. 18 at 4:30 p.m. in NU113.
|Masha Gessen at Seton Hall|
Celebrated journalist, best-selling author, and human rights activist Masha Gessen will present at Seton Hall University
|China Night on February 11|
Celebrate the Year of the Horse at China Night!
|Catholic Studies Major|
Seton Hall Catholic Studies Major is a World Citizen: Ms. Amy Giuliano in Her Own Words
|Jamaica Trip Experiences|
Testimonials from the Service-Learning Trip to Jamaica, Hosted by the Dean’s Office of the College of Arts and Sciences
|Academic Resource Center Schedule|
Spring 2014 Tutoring Schedule and Workshops Available
|Summer Study Abroad in Rome|
Live and Study in Rome during the summer(May 30-June 28). Scholarships are available for qualifying students.
Slavic Club Lecture, "The Steps toward the Global Workforce: Internships, Networking and Resumes", by Karen Zielinski - January 30, 2014.
|Graduate Study Scholarship Available|
Opportunity for a graduate study scholarship at Montclair State University is available through grant.
|Catholic Studies Students|
Three Catholic Studies Students Win Competitive Academic Scholarships in Catholic Studies
“Audience Revolution: Cultural Organizations in a Changing World”
|Save the date|
Cultural Events for the Spring Term Sponsored by the Alberto Italian Studies Institute
Fr. Boyd will lecture on Chesterton’s Economic Theory of Distributism, January 28 at 4:30 p.m.
|Michael Farris Smith Reads at SHU|
Michael Farris Smith will read from his novel, Rivers, at 7 p.m. in the Walsh Gallery on 2/5/2014
|Prof. Robinson on Digital Communications|
Prof. Robinson on Digital Organizational Communication: Exploring the Implications of Social Media for the Church.
|Conference on Women and Gender|
Submit a proposal to present at the 2014 Conference on Women and Gender. The theme is "Challenges, Opportunities, Possibilities". Proposals due Feb. 5.
|Catholic Studies Welcomes Fr. Irenaeus Ikhane|
Fr. Ikhane will spend Spring 2014 interning for the Department of Catholic Studies.
|WSOU Covered Arts and Sciences Trip to Jamaica|
Student reporters from WSOU traveled to Kingston to cover the College of Arts & Sciences' annual service learning trip.
|U.S. Senator Cory Booker on WSOU|
U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-N.J.) will appear on WSOU 89.5 FM’s morning show at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, January 9, 2014.
|New Course Offered in MPA Program|
A new course offering concentrating on Campaign Management now available to students in the MPA program.
|Alumnus to Lead MPA Seminar|
Noah Ginter '12 will provide training in Raisers Edge fundraising software to MPA students.
|MPA Scholarship Fund Receives Grant|
The MPA program recently received a grant from the Union Foundation.
|Richard F. Keevey Joins MPA Program|
Former NJ Comptroller will serve the MPA program as visiting lecturer.
|Hale Serves NACC as President-Elect|
Matthew Hale was recently named the President-Elect of the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council (NACC).
|Professor Wins Paper of the Year|
Dr. Roseanne Mirabella was awarded Paper of the Year at ARNOVA conference
in Hartford, Connecticut.
|Spanish Honor Society Induction|
17 students were initiated on 12/5/13 into Sigma Delta Pi, in recognition of their high academic achievement in Spanish.
|Professor to Teach New Course|
Anthony Sciglitano, Ph.D., will teach "Christian Theologies of Judaism: Ancient and Modern" in Spring 2014 at Seton Hall
Scholarships and tuition assistance for gradaute stduents is available for the Spring and Fall 2014 semesters
|WSOU Christmas Programming|
WSOU Announces Special Programming for Christmas Eve/Day and New Year’s Day
|Professor Receives Fulbright Award|
Rabbi Alan Brill, Ph.D., Cooperman/Ross Endowed Chair of Jewish-Christian Studies, Receives Fulbright Senior Award
|Service-Learning Trip to Ireland|
From July 2 - 12, 2014, Seton Hall students will have the unique
opportunity to participate in a service-learning trip to Ireland.
|Fall 2013 Jewish-Christian Studies Newsletter|
Read the Fall 2013 Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program Newsletter
to find out what our faculty, students and alumni have been up to this
|Faculty Talent Show|
Save the date for the third annual faculty talent show, which will be held on Thursday, March 20, 6 - 9 p.m.
|Audrey Winkler Named NSRI Director|
Audrey Winkler has been selected as the new Director of the Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute.
|"The Captivating Cosmos" Panel|
This panel discussion intends to open up a dialogue between the disciplines of art and science.
|SHU Tutopia Event|
ARC Tutors will be stationed for FREE drop-in tutoring to answer your last minute questions. Raffles, prizes & food!
|CNN's John Allen to Speak at SHU|
Celebrated reporter John Allen will join the Seton Hall community in to discuss Pope Francis and the missionary church.
|Vatican II Council Display|
The Department of Catholic Studies and the Archives and Special Collections Center present Vatican II Council Display.
|Campus Buzz Host Wins CMJ award|
Senior Samantha Nakhoul won the Specialty Music Director of the Year award for her indie-rock show, Campus Buzz.
|"The Rule" Preview Screening at SHU|
Marylou and Jerome Bongiorno preview their documentary, which has been hailed as a vehicle for urban school reform.
|Notice of Re-Accreditation|
The Social Work Program has been re-accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
|Languages in Peril not only Forests|
It's Not Just the Rainforest: Endangered Languages in the Brazilian Amazon. Lecture by Fr. Ron MacDonell, Thurs. Nov 21
|Spring Break 2014 Rome Study Abroad|
Experience Rome and learn about the foundations of Christian culture through Spring 2014 course. Apply now!
|STEM Program Breaks Tradition|
Seton Hall will shatter boundaries of traditional education by launching a high-level research program for high school students.
|Christian East and West Panel|
The Department of Catholic Studies will host “The Bond between Christian East and West” panel discussion on November 11.
|Tracy K Smith Reads at Seton Hall|
Pulitzer Prize winning poet Tracy K Smith reads at Seton Hall on Tuesday, November 12 at 7 p.m.
|Kristallnacht Commemorative Concert|
On November 17 a commemorative concert will be held as part of the closing ceremonies of Kristallnacht Week.
|Child Learning Lab is Recruiting!|
The Child Learning Lab at Seton Hall University is recruiting children
between 0 and 5 years of age to participate in developmental studies.
|Brownson Team Gains Over 50 Awards|
The Brownson Speech and Debate Team champions itself to the top as students rack up 56 awards already for this year.
|Simon Critchley Lecture|
A lecture on Philosophical Eros in Plato's Phaedrus
|New Machiavelli Discovery|
Professor William Connell publishes a major discovery concerning Machiavelli's Prince in The Review of Politics.
|Department of History on TV|
Seton Hall Department of History was recently featured on the online television channel Historians TV.
|Prof. Hoffer Speaks on Plessy Case|
Associate Professor of History gives talk in Kansas City on the infamous Supreme Court decision of Plessy v. Ferguson.
|2013 Film Festival|
Come and enjoy new French- and Spanish-language films on campus throughout October and November!
|MPA Student Runs with Booker|
Nephrae Blair, current Seton Hall MPA student, recently met Corey Booker at a campaign event in Montclair, NJ.
|Holiness of G.K. Chesterton Lecture|
Hosted by the Department of Catholic Studies, Fr. Boyd will give “The Holiness of G.K. Chesterton” lecture on Oct. 29.
|Commemorating the 50th Anniversary|
Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Second Vatican Council - November 21, 2013, 2-5 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
|Slavic Halloween Night|
Slavic Club will be holding its annual Slavic Halloween Night
|Wallington's Polish Community|
Slavic Club & REESP co-sponsor: The Polish Community of Wallington, NJ, and How to Search for Your Own Ancestry on 10/24.
|Russia's Search for an Identity|
"Russia's Search for an Identity and Its Implications for U.S.-Russian Relations"
|Alexandrov Presents "The Black Russian"|
Professor Vladimir Alexandrov of Yale University presents his award-winning book "The Black Russian."
|Prof. Murzaku is Headed to Jordan|
Prof. Ines Angeli Murzaku is Headed to Amman, Jordan to Participate in Inter-religious Conference.
|Msgr. John M. Oesterreicher Lecture|
The Rev. Thomas F. Stransky will deliver the keynote addresss at the 20th Msgr. John M. Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture.
|Russell Banks Reads at SHU|
Acclaimed novelist Russell Banks reads at Seton Hall as part of the Poetry-in-the-Round reading series.
|Holiness of Chesterton Lecture|
Hosted by the Department of Catholic Studies, Fr. Boyd will give "The Holiness of G.K. Chesterton" lecture on Oct. 29.
|Francis of Assisi in the Sources|
The Department of Catholic Studies hosts lecture on "Francis of Assisi in the Sources: Weighing the Evidence" on Oct. 24
|Catholic Studies Majors Summers|
Catholic Studies Majors reflect on well-spent and well-loved summers.
|Catholic Studies Major|
Catholic Studies a Transformative Major – Helps you Find your Path and Vocation
|Dr. Hunter's Lustration on Poland|
The Legal, Economic and Political Context of Lustration (Vetting) on Poland, lecture by Dr. Richard Hunter, 10/10/2013
|Catholic Studies Enhances Education|
Jordan Mabalatan, double major in Catholic Studies & Nursing, says Catholic Studies will help him become a better nurse.
|Alumni Behind The Mic|
Four alumni of Seton Hall’s award-winning WSOU 89.5 FM return to campus for a discussion about sports broadcasting.
|Seton Hall Goes Global|
Join us for Seton Hall Goes Global on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in Fahy Hall 236.
The Alberto Italian Studies Institute is pleased to announce its Fall Calendar of Cultural Events.
|2013 International Celebration|
Join us for this special time of year when the Seton Hall community highlights the multiculturalism of our campus. Events run through October.
|History Prof Receives Book Award|
Professor Maxine Lurie has won an NJSAA Author's Award for "New Jersey: A History of the Garden State".
|Fr. Spadaro SJ, at Seton Hall|
Fr. Antonio Spadaro SJ, Pope's Interviewer, will be a Distinguished Guest of the Department of Catholic Studies.
|Latino Americans of NY and NJ|
Matthew Escobar discusses the Latino community in a 30 minute companion piece to the landmark PBS series.
|Middle Eastern Archives Lecture|
The Department of Catholic Studies hosts a lecture on "Where are the Missing Middle Eastern Archives?".
|Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors|
Thursday, Sept. 26, at 6:30 p.m., in Fahy 236, SC will be showing S. Parajanov's masterpiece, Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors.
|Academic Skill-Building Workshops|
The ARC and ASC present a series of skill-building workshops to promote student success and academic achievement.
|Novartis Science Scholarship|
SHU Chemistry Student Earns Second Novartis Science Scholarship.
|Catholic Studies Meet and Greet|
The Department for Catholic Studies is hosting a Meet & Greet Luncheon on Sept. 25 at 1:30 p.m. in Room 48, Walsh Library.
|Building Bridges: Fall Events|
Building Bridges events being featured this fall include a film festival, academic conference, and art gallery exhibit, all free to the community.
|Physics Department Launches Newsletter|
The departmental newsletter includes a message from the chair and student news regarding fellowships, presentations and research.
|Spend Winter Break in Jamaica|
The Dean’s Office of the College of Arts and Sciences will host a trip to Jamaica from January 3 – 12, 2014.
|Spend Spring Break in South Dakota|
The Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences will host a trip to South Dakota from March 8 - 15, 2014.
|John M. Oesterreicher Conference|
Dr. John Connelly will deliver the keynote address at the Msgr. John M. Oesterreicher Conference.
|Auditions for Comedy of Errors|
Come out and audition for Comedy of Errors, directed by Dan Yates.
|Lecture on Czesław Miłosz|
Lecture "Czesław Miłosz: A Man of Faith and Poetry" by Pr. Jarosław Płuciennik of the University of Łódź, Poland.
|A Bridge to Success|
Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program Students Meet the Challenge!
|Poetry-in-the-Round, Jason Koo|
Poet Jason Koo kicks off this year's Poetry-in-the-Round Reading Series on Wednesday, September 25 at 7 p.m.
|Professor Appointed Co-editor|
Thomas Rzeznik, associate professor of history, has been appointed co-editor of the journal "American Catholic Studies".
|Child Learning Lab is Recruiting!|
The Child Learning Lab is recruiting children between 1 and 5 years of age to participate in developmental studies.
|Catholic-Oriental Orthodox Dialogue|
How long until Full Communion? A lecture with His Eminence Metropolitan Kuriakose Theophilose, Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church.
|English Faculty Judge Essay Contest|
Members of the English department served as judges for the Irvington Rotary Club's essay contest about fighting polio.
The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies is pleased to announce the launch of its new website.
|Professor named PR Pro of the Year|
Dr. Kathleen Rennie named the 2013 Public Relations Professional of the Year by PRSA-NJ.
|Visit to the Senate in Rome|
Seton Hall students visit the Italian Senate in Rome on June 11.
|Learning Chinese with a Smartphone|
For the first time, students taking introductory Chinese are using mobile technology to speak and write the language.
|Political Analysis Journal|
A student-run and peer reviewed academic journal that features Seton
Hall's best political science scholarship.
|Conference on Teaching Chinese Hosted at Seton Hall|
Pioneers and leaders in the field of teaching Chinese met at Seton
Hall on May 4-5.
|Seton Hall in Venice|
Two-day International Conference in Venice (Italy) sponsored by the Alberto Italian Studies Institute
|Philosophy Essay Prize Winner|
Student Drew Holden's "Climate Change, Environmental Ethics, and the Notion of Permissible Harm" is a winner.
|Professor of the Year Award|
Dr. Paige Fisher is awarded the College of Arts and Sciences Professor of the Year Award.
|Students on Religion and Culture|
Take a look at what your peers are saying about religion and
|The Kinship of Catholics and Jews|
Podcasts of the The Kinship of Catholics and Jews radio
program is now available for free through the iTunes Store®
|UVSO Public Service Award|
Dr. Roseanne Mirabella, professor of Political Science and Public
Affairs, earns the UVSO award for public service.
|Murzaku to Attend UNESCO Conference|
Dr. Murzaku has been invited to present at UN/UNESCO Third World
Conference: Dialogue among Religions and Civilizations.
Students of the Music Program shine in solo Classical and Popular
selections presented at the Spring Recital Showcase.
|Petersheim Expo Begins April 22|
Petersheim Academic Exposition celebrates academic achievement as
community comes together to "Share, Honor and Unite."
Thursday, April 25, 6:30 p.m., Slavic Club is holding its
End-of-the-Year Party with a Dancing Bonanza, and Slavic
|U.S. Policy on Human Trafficking|
"Just Talk" series featuring Abraham Lee, Public Affairs Officer,
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.
|2nd Annual Faculty Talent Show|
Faculty sing, dance, and perform in the 2nd Annual Faculty Talent
Show for a good cause: Catholic Charities Newark!
|Talk by Dr. Laurel Kearns|
Dr. Laurel Kearns will speak on "Women, Christianity, and Nature: What are the Connections?"
|Fraternity in Political Thought|
The Dept. of Catholic Studies hosts "Fraternity in Political Thought and in Social Sciences- Voices from Latin America".
|New scholarly publication websites|
The Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell and Rabbi Asher Finkel Launch Scholarly Publication Websites
|A New Minor in Music Technology|
Synthesis, Sampling, Audio Engineering, Songwriting, Podcasting, Music Industry Studies and More!!
|Nick Turse to present at SHU|
Award-winning journalist, historian, and Seton Hall alumnus Nick Turse will give the annual Phi Alpha Theta lecture
|A Conversation with Javier Farfan|
Wednesday, April 10 - PepsiCo's senior director of cultural branding discusses a more nuanced marketing approach.
|Women and the Arts Faculty Panel|
Please join us for an exciting line up of presentations on theater, art, art history, and music!
|Service-Learning Trip in Jamaica|
Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences Participates in Service-Learning Trip in Jamaica
|New Facebook Page|
The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies launches new Facebook page.
|Robert Sullivan reads at SHU|
Robert Sullivan will read at 7:00 p.m. in the Walsh Gallery on 4/2/2013.
|A&S Professor Named Senior Fellow|
James J. Kimble, Associate Professor of Communication & the Arts, has been named a 2013 Rockwell Center Senior Fellow.
|St. Francis of Assisi Lecture|
Dept. of Catholic Studies Medieval Catholicism Lecture Series: “And Just Who is this Francis of Assisi?”
|Medieval Christian-Jewish Relations|
Dept. of Catholic Studies' Medieval Catholicism Lecture Series: "Christian- Jewish Relations in the Middle Ages."
|Brighton Beach Trip|
Slavic Club is sponsoring its annual trip to Brighton Beach,
Coney Island, NY on Saturday, April 20, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
|Charles Franke Memorial Lecture|
Dr. Matthias Felleisen, "Every Liberal Arts Major Should Learn to Design Programs", Fri. Apr. 5, 3 p.m., Duffy Hall 81.
|Language placement testing|
To prepare for summer and fall registration, language placement tests are offered in the LRC.
|Guest Speaker: Matt Barretto|
President's Advisory Council Distinguished Speaker Series Presents:
Professor Matt Barretto
|Philosophy Essay Competition|
The best essay will be awarded a cash prize of $250, open to all students.
|José Manuel Prieto's New Novel|
Professor José Manuel Prieto presents his novel "Encyclopedia of a Life in Russia"
|A&S Professor Receives Fulbright|
Senior faculty associate Gita DasBender has been selected for a Fulbright Specialists project in Vietnam.
College of Arts & Sciences and the Department of English host New Jersey College English Association Conference March 9.
|The Inner Circle|
Thursday, April 4th, 2013, in Fahy 236, at 6 p.m., Slavic Club and The SHU Film Society are showing a great movie, The Inner Circle.
The Department of Religion continues Religion Today series with Matthew Stanley's talk on being a religious scientist.
|Artist Vitaly Komar at Seton Hall|
Vitaly Komar: An Artist's Journey from the Soviet Union to the United States
|SHU Annual Spring Piano Sale|
Wonderful selection of acoustic and electric pianos available for sale at Seton Hall March 8, 9, and 10.
|C.K. Williams reads at Seton Hall|
Acclaimed poet C.K. Williams will read in Jubilee Hall Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13.
|Italy Study Abroad: Lower Price!|
Join the Dept. of Catholic Studies for In the Footsteps of the Saints: Italy June 6-22, 2013, now at a reduced rate.
|WSOU Advances in mtvU Awards|
WSOU has made it to the final round of the 2013 mtvU Woodie Awards. It's time for you to vote for WSOU!
Asian Studies Program invites you to celebrate the Lunar New Year at 7 p.m. on February 20 in Jubilee Hall Auditorium.
|PR Students LEAP on Bullying|
Students enter the national PRSSA competition to spread their anti-bullying message in our community.
|Catholic Library Collections|
The Department of Catholic Studies and University Libraries announce SHU list of rare archival primary sources.
|Human Trafficking - 2014 Super Bowl|
Join the Just Talk Series for “Human Trafficking in NJ," a lecture by
Kate Lee-Askew, 2009 appointee to the NJ Governor’s Advisory Council on
Sexual Violence. Also featuring Dr. Elizabeth Wilson, School of
|WSOU Receives mtvU Nomination|
Voting is now open to make Seton Hall's WSOU the 2013 mtvU College Radio Woodie Award winner.
The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies invites you to weekly torah readings on Monday afternoons at 2:45 p.m.
|Filmmaker Robin Hessman at SHU|
Robin Hessman presents her Peabody Award-winning documentary "My Perestroika" on Seton Hall campus
|Babushkas of Chernobyl|
Slavic Club and Russian and East European Studies Program are sponsoring
the Peabody Award-Winning documentary, Babushkas of Chernobyl.
|Science Student Research Awards|
Science Students Awarded:1-American Physical Society(APS) Travel Grants
2-New Jersey Space Grant Consortium Fellowships
|Documentary, My Perestroika|
Thursday, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m., in Fahy 236, Slavic Club and REESP will be showing My Perestroika, an intimate look at the last generation of Soviet children.
Author John Keahey will present his book Seeking Sicily on February 19 at 6 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge of the Bishop Dougherty University Center.
|Christopher Coake Reads at SHU|
Award winning novelist Christopher Coake reads on Wednesday, 2/6, in the Dean's Suite in the Library as part of Poetry in the Round.
|KOLYA, Academy Award Winner|
Slavic Club presents KOLYA, the Golden Globe and the Academy Award winner as best foreign language film of 1996 on Thurs., 2/7 at 6-8:30 p.m., in Fahy 236.
|Summer Study Abroad in Rome|
The Italian Studies Program offers a four-week summer study abroad program in Rome from May 23 to June 22, 2013
|Art Museum in Changing Urban Environment|
Important lecture by Dr. Arnold Lehman, director of the Brooklyn Museum, provides unique opportunity.
|Allison Eyres in a CBS Segment|
Seton Hall student replaces the medals stolen from a World War II veteran.
|S. Rose Thering Fund Board Retreat|
The Board of Trustees of the S.Rose Thering Fund will hold a retreat with facilitator R.Barkley Calkins.
|New Novel by José Manuel Prieto|
Professor José Manuel Prieto has published a new novel "Encyclopedia of a Life in Russia" (Grove/Atlantic)
|Speaker Series on Human Trafficking|
On Jan. 22, join us for the film, "Human Trafficking" followed by a discussion led by Dr. Fredline M'Cormack-Hale.
|Political Scientists Lecture Series|
Seton Hall University Presents: Distinguished Lectures featuring political scientists. These lectures are open to the public.
|Jennifer Egan at SHU|
Putlitzer Prize winning novelist Jennifer Egan reads at Seton Hall, Wednesday, January 23 at 7 p.m.
|Spring 2013 International Orientation|
Mandatory Spring 2013 International Student Orientation will take place on January 18, 2013 in the University Center Faculty Lounge.
|"Type A" Wins!|
Angelica Szani '13,who goes by the DJ name "Type A", has won honors from the International Radio Festival (IRF) in Zurich.
|The Children's Hour|
Don't Miss The Children's Hour directed by Student Iame Mannuci under the faculty mentorship of Deirdre Yates.
|Prof. Named Head of Organization|
Seton Hall Professor, Frederick Booth, Named Head of Classical Association of the Atlantic States (CAAS).
|Spend Spring Break in Jamaica|
The Dean’s Office of The College of Arts & Sciences will conduct a service learning trip to Jamaica during spring break.
Luna Kaufman, survivor, community activist and Chairman Emerita of the STRF, will present personal memorabilia to SHU.
|Richard Goode at SOPAC|
Rising star soprano Sarah Shafer to appear with legendary pianist Richard Goode at SOPAC on December 4 at 7:30 p.m.
|Study Travel Writing in Italy|
An information meeting will be held Wednesday, 11/28 at 5:30 p.m. in A&S 242 for students interested in study abroad in Italy.
|Student wins Novartis scholarship|
Chemistry undergraduate student Shannon Dugan wins a 2012 Novartis Scholarship Award.
|Memorial for Dr. John J. Mitchell|
The College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Health and Medical Sciences jointly honor Dr. John J. Mitchell, Jr.
|The Vatican's Astronomer|
Renown astronomer Fr. George Coyne S.J, will present the Jaki Lecture on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 in Jubilee Hall.
|Scholarship Information Session|
Do you have what it takes to be a National Scholarship recipient?
|Study Theatre in London and Paris|
Attend an interest meeting on Tuesday, 11/13 from 5:15 - 6 p.m. or Wednesday, 11/14 from 2:15 - 3 p.m. in FH B10
Thursday, Nov. 15, at 6:30-8:30pm, in Walsh Library: Rooms A-B-C,
the Slavic Club is holding a Ballroom Bonanza, conducted Mr. Raymond
Cwieka, an experienced dancer and dance instructor.
|SHU Named Top Place to Study PR|
SHU joins select group of universities around the world to earn certification for public relations education program.
|Christopher Coake Reads at SHU|
Christopher Coake will read in the Walsh Gallery at 7 p.m. on November 7 as part of Poetry-in-the-Round.
|Identity in Bosnia-Herzegovina|
Dr. Vladimir Turjacanin of the University of Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on issues of identity in his country
Nov. 15, 2012, at 6:30 p.m., the Slavic Club is holding a Ballroom Bonanza, conducted Mr. Raymond Cwieka, an experienced dancer and instructor.
|Poland and the European Union|
On Nov. 8, 2012 at 6:30 p.m., the Slavic Club presents a
lecture by Dr. Richard Hunter.
|Interdisciplinary Science Lecture|
Mathematics as a foundation for interdisciplinary science: A case study in neuroscience.
|First live presentation from Moscow!|
Join Slavic Club on November 29, at 6:30 p.m., in Fahy 236,
for its first-ever live presentation directly from Moscow’s Tretyakov
Gallery, followed by a Q&A session and reception with a variety of
|Film, Pizza & Discussion Night|
"Amador" - drama on immigration, inequality, aging & more. November 1, 5:30 p.m., McNulty Hall 101.
|Ben Marcus Reads at Seton Hall|
Fiction writer Ben Marcus will read Tuesday, October 23 at 7 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge of the University Center.
|Celebrating Freedom of Speech|
The Setonian is celebrating the 1st Annual Free Speech Week on 10/23 with former New New York Times editor David R. Jones.
|WSOU on mtvU|
It's metal time on College Radio Countdown this week with WSOU.
|Ancient Ethiopia Revealed|
A provocative series of films and speakers designed to stimulate praxis in critical thought, scholarship and action.
|Scholarship Awards Presentation|
Dr. Michael Kogan, Montclair State Religion Professor, speaks to sponsored scholars and guests on Opening the Covenant.
|Documentary: My Perestroika|
Join Slavic Club on Thursday, November 1 at 6 p.m. in Fahy 236 for the documentary, My Perestroika, followed by a Q&A session and reception with Slavic food.
|The 19th Oesterreicher Lecture|
"The Holocaust Matrix: Its Destructive Past and Its Dangerous Future", by The Rev. Dennis McManus, Ph.D.
|SHU-NJSGC Research Fellowships|
awarded Seton Hall University two Academic Year Student Research
Fellowships to administer.
|History Book Wins NJSAA Award|
New Jersey Anthology wins New Jersey Studies Academic Alliance 2012 award for edited book.
|Auditions for The Children's Hour|
Don't miss auditions for The Children's Hour directed by student Lame Manucci
|Physics Department Colloquium|
Next Generation 3-D Thin Film Solar Cells
|Presentation of film "Khodorkovsky"|
Film director Cyril Tuschi will present his award-winning docudrama "Khodorkovsky"
|Physics Colloquium Event|
Carolyn Sealfon of Princeton University to discuss current research findings and policy in science education.
|Distinguished Philosophy Lecturer|
Professor Philip Kitcher lectures on issues arising in science on Thursday, October 11 in the Chancellor’s
|On the Flip Side of Sound|
Presentation, On the Flip Side of Sound, by Valery Ponomarev, the famous Russian jazz performer, Oct.18 at 6:30 p.m.
|Alberto Institute Events|
Alberto Italian Studies Events for the upcoming year 2012-13.
Seton Hall Professor, Dr. Jose Prieto, will talk about his book, “Vox Humana."
|The Time In Between|
Author Maria Duenas talks about her bestselling book, "The Time in Between."
|REESP and Trips to Russia|
Interested in Russia and Eastern Europe? Did you know that Seton Hall offers a Certificate in REESP and Summer Study Tours to
Russia? Learn more here!
|Destination: The Hall & Beyond|
New Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program students begin the journey to their dream.
|Skills Assessment Summit|
National scholars convene at Seton Hall for undergraduate skills assessment summit.
|9/11 Artifact Preservation|
Museum Professions Graduate Student helps to salvage objects from the 9/11 Attacks.
|A Discussion of Obama Care|
In celebration of Constitution Day, Dr. Pallitto presents: “NFIB v. Sebelius: Health Care, Congress & the Constitution".
|Auditions for The Emperor's New Clothes|
Come out and audition for The Emperor's New Clothes on Monday September 10 at 8:30-10 p.m. in the Theatre in the Round.
|The Setonian's First Issue|
Pick up your first issue of The Setonian, your campus newspaper!
|Modern Languages Tutoring Schedule|
Updated Fall 2012 tutoring schedule for modern languages now available.
|Language Conversation Partners|
The Language Resource Center and the ESL program announce the Conversation Partners Program for 2012/2013.
|A&S Info Session: November 15, 2012|
Interested in one of our graduate degrees or certificates? Join us for an A&S info session on Thursday, November 15, at 6:30 p.m.
|Summer Theatre Arts Camp a Success!|
This past July the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies sponsored a successful Theatre Arts Camp.
|Theatre Council Meeting|
Interested in Theatre?
Come to the first meeting of The Theatre Council Monday, September 3 at 9 p.m. in Fahy 131.
|SHU Professor Earns Fulbright Award|
Ines Angeli Murzaku,Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Catholic Studies earns Fulbright Specialists Award.
|Auditions for First Theatre Show|
Auditions for A Midsummer Night's Dream! Sept.4 & 5 from 7-9 p.m. Theatre-in-the-Round. Open to all students.
|Teaching Creativity With Digital Technologies|
New technology helps creativity to flourish on the SHU Campus.
|Students Deliver Paper at Meeting|
Three Criminal Justice students deliver paper at International Conference for Global Perspectives on Justice, Security and Human Rights.
|Summer Scholarship Advising|
Scholarship advising available all summer.
|Biblical Theology Bulletin|
Global outreach expands for refereed biblical journal.
College of Arts and Sciences Re-location of offices.
|Students Present at Symposium|
Criminal Justice students Amanda Lisnow and Ana Campoverde share their experience presenting at a National Symposium.
|Fall 2012 Seminar on Mission|
Every generation of Setonians need to reflect upon the University's history and mission and make it their own.
|Student Publishes in Philosophy|
Senior Amanda Frankel publishes her work in an international journal.
|Pirate Scholarship Winners|
Your fellow pirates are winning tons of scholarships. You could be the next winning Pirate.
|Talk Back About Resurrection Blues|
Join us after Friday's performance for a Talk Back Session with acclaimed faculty Dr. C. Carter and Prof. A. DePalma.
|Faculty Jazz Ensemble Concert|
The Faculty Jazz Ensemble, along with guest artists, will present a concert entitled "Jazz Through the Ages."
|International Vocal Competition|
Rising Stars Perform at Grand Finals Vocal Competition on April 22
|Great Lecture by Dr. John Wargacki|
Join us for The Life and Poetry of Czeslaw Milosz, a lecture by Dr. John Wargacki.
|April/May Scholarship Blast|
A digest of scholarships with deadlines in April and May.
|Calling All Arts and Sciences Alumni!|
Join us for our annual Alumni Wine Tasting on Earth Day. Register now!
Don't miss Arthur Miller's play, directed by Deirdre Yates at SOPAC.
|Women and Religious Liberty|
Angela Carmella, professor of law at Seton Hall Law School, will give a lecture on the First Amendment and issues of particular relevance to women.
Celebrate the exciting scholarly achievements of our students at the week-long Petersheim Academic Expo.
|TEDxSetonHall 2012 Conference|
What are your “ideas worth spreading?” Find out at the TEDxSetonHall 2012 Conference.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute is now offering two scholarship opportunities for students.
|World War II and its Aftermath|
New book acquisitions in the Walsh Library chronicle the tumultuous period between 1940 and 1945 in Italy.
Author Jess Row reads at SHU on Wednesday, April 4, at 7 p.m. in the Walsh Gallery.
|Japan Week 2012|
Crisis to Opportunity: Building a New Global Community
A panel discussion on the impact of Latinos on the 2012 election.
|Retrieving the Flag|
Robert Nathan speaks on Race, Revolution and the Politics of Memory in Cuba,1939-1959, on April 10 at 4 p.m.
|Script-as-Lit Reads "Sure Thing"|
Join us for this short comedy about awkward conversations between the sexes! Will Bill and Betty figure out what to say?
|Travel Writing in Italy this summer|
Travel to Rome, Siena and Florence, while studying the genre and history of Travel Writing.
|Scientific Publishing Made Easy|
Everything you always wanted to know about scientific publishing but forgot to ask.
|West Point Jazz Knights Army Band|
The Arts Council Jazz 'n the Hall series will present the Jazz Knights at SOPAC.
|Rembrandts for Tractors|
Join us for a lecture by Dr. Elena Osokina, University of South Carolina.
|MHA Welcomes 3 Learning Teams|
MHA Welcomes Learning Teams 28, 30, 32 for On-Campus Residencies!
|A&S Info Session: May 3, 2012|
Interested in one of our graduate degrees or certificates? Join us for an A&S info session on Thursday, May 3 at 6:30 p.m.
|Jazz up the Start of Spring|
Celebrate the start of spring in Jubilee Hall on March 27 at 5 p.m.
|Cuban Theater Today|
Conversations with Pedro Monge Rafuls, playwright and Omar Valiño, theater critic. Conducted in Spanish.
|Instrument Sale at Seton Hall|
Pianos, digital pianos, guitars and violins are available for public purchase on March 16-18, 2012.
|The Film "Mothers of Bedford"|
Mothering can be difficult at the best of times, but imagine trying to raise your children from prison.
|News For All The People|
A book presentation and lecture by renowned journalist and author Juan Gonzales.
|Exclusive Trip to Goya Foods|
Join us for an exclusive trip to Goya Foods.
|Select Trip to El Museo del Barrio|
Join us for a select trip to El Museo del Barrio.
|The New Latina’s Bible|
Reality Shows, Twitter and Life Beyond College.
|Elementary School Students Take ‘S.T.E.P.S.’ in the Right Direction|
Local families are encouraged to get healthy with sudent-run program.
Italian-studies: Scholarly discussions in any field of Italian studies.
|March Scholarship Blast|
Scholarships with deadlines coming up in March, April and May.
|Distinguished Philosophy Lecture|
On March 1, Dr. Moody-Adams, Columbia University, will speak on "The Enigma of Forgiveness."
|Italian Diplomacy in the Renaissance|
Come hear Professor Isabella Lazzarini from the University of Molise, Italy share her expertise on Italian Diplomacy.
|Love, Hate, and Propaganda|
Professor Maxim Matusevich is in a new CBC TV documentary called Love, Hate and Propaganda during the Cold War.
|Vote for WSOU|
Seton Hall's Pirate Radio has been nominated for MTVU Woodie Award. We need your vote! Deadline: 2/27 at 12 noon.
|Seton Hall Basketball Takes 'S.T.E.P.S.'|
S.T.E.P.S. will host 50/50 raffle at the men’s basketball game against in-state rival Rutgers at 5 p.m. this Saturday!
|English Professor Wins Grant|
Associate Professor of English Nathan Oates won a grant to fund the writing of his novel.
|A&S Series Features CNN Documentary|
Join the College of Arts and Sciences for “The Challenges of Covering Science and Health” on Tuesday, 2/28.
|Catholics in the Public Square|
M. Cathleen Kaveny of Notre Dame Law School and Department of Theology will examine the role of Catholicism in politics.
|Richard Goode at SOPAC|
Acclaimed concert pianist Richard Goode to appear on the SHU Classical Series at SOPAC.
Distinguished art historian Dr. Barbara Gaehtgens lectures on Rembrandt's early work, The Abduction of Ganymede.
In Spring 2012, Poetry-in-the-Round will host readings by Ben Lerner, Carolyn Forche and Jess Row.
|Adventures of a Siberian Geologist|
Adventures of a Siberian Geologist, presentation by Dr. Alexander Prusevich, from the University of New Hampshire.
The Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program (PMPDPP) 2011-12 Freshmen Class Embraces the Challenge!
Sybille Pearson’s Musical Baby will be performed at the South Orange Performing Arts Center.
|Italy Study Abroad|
This course, Philanthropy and Christianity, will fulfill the Signature Course III, Engaging the World requirement.
|Rembrandts for Tractors|
Dr. Elena Osokina, Professor of History at the University of South Carolina, will speak on March 22 at 6:30 p.m.
|Radio in Nazi Period|
Applications of historical lessons to the situation of ordinary people, and especially youth, will be considered in two workshops.
|Latinization in U.S.|
Joseph A. Unanue Institute Presents:Hispanic New York and the Latinization of the United States.
A digest of scholarships with upcoming deadlines.
|A Life Beyond Limits|
Dorothea Lange, iconic photographer and woman pioneer!
|Political Protest in Putin's Russia|
Dr. Troy McGrath will provide an expert analysis and an eyewitness account of the recent political protests in Russia.
|Spring 2012 Tutoring|
Spring 2012 tutoring schedules.
|SHU Choir Performs with NJ State Opera|
SHU Chamber Choir joins Maestro Jason Tramm for launch of NJ State Opera season on January 29 at Clifton's Aprea Theatre.
|The Guiding Light|
David Grier of NYU will speak about controlling and characterizing the microscopic world with computational holography.
|PR Students Present Plans to NJPAC|
Four Seton Hall students presented strategic public relations plans to NJPAC top management.
|José Manuel Prieto on PRI|
Professor José Manuel Prieto on the English translation of the late Guillermo Rosales’s novel The Halfway House.
|Holiday Concert with SHU Orchestra and Choirs a Success|
Seton Hall University Orchestra and Choirs Play to Capacity Audience at SOPAC.
|Chamber Music Celebrating Italy|
SHU's Classical Series to feature guitarist Emaluele Segre and Brooklyn Chamber Music Society in an Italian program.
|Auditions for Baby the Musical|
Auditions are being held December 12 and 13 from 7-9 p.m. in the Corrigan Hall Chorus Room. Bring your own sheet music to sing 16 bars from.
|History Caught on Camera|
The history program is one of 10 in the nation to be featured in a video shown during the AHA's Annual Meeting in 2012.
|December Scholarship Blizzard|
A digest of scholarships with upcoming deadlines.
|REESP and Slavic Club Lecture|
A lecture on Lessons from the Collapse of the Soviet Empire for the Arab Spring by Bradley Foerster, a UN official.
|Anatomy of a Legend|
Dr. Nicholas D. DeProspo: Former students seek to honor the memory of one of Seton Hall's medical educators
|Finals are Coming!|
Don't go it alone. Free tutoring help available to all SHU students.
|Picasso at the Lapin Agile|
Steve Martin's Picasso at the Lapin Agile in the Theatre-in-the-Round December 8-10 at 8 p.m. and December 11 at 2 p.m. Free Admission!
|Perspectives on Torture: A Panel|
5 Seton Hall faculty discuss torture from their disciplinary perspectives.
|A Cornucopia of Scholarships|
A Digest of Scholarships with Upcoming Deadlines.
Documentary on Brazil’s capital city with a special introduction by Dr. Kirsten Schultz, Department of History.
|Sargent's Musical World|
Concert at SOPAC on November 17 explores the musical world of painter John Singer Sargent.
|Math and CS Majors Conference Talks|
Three majors in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science recently gave research talks at conferences.
|Artificial Intelligence Lecture|
What happens when machines become more intelligent than humans? Dr. David Chalmers, Nov 16, 4:15 p.m., Jubilee Hall.
|Love, Hate and Propaganda|
Professor Maxim Matusevich appears in a new CBC documentary about Love, Hate and Propaganda during the Cold War.
|Living Through Four Revolutions|
Freeman Dyson considered one of the greatest living thinkers will present a lecture at Seton Hall University.
|Gary Shteyngart Reads at Seton Hall|
Novelist Gary Shteyngart will read on November 9 at 7 p.m. in the Walsh Gallery as part of Poetry-in-the-Round.
|Jazz 'n the Hall Concert|
Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks Jazz Orchestra will perform at SOPAC on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.
|"What are you doing November 9th?”|
Arthur Ainsberg conducts a leadership seminar based on his acclaimed book.
|Poland & Foreign Direct Investment|
Come to learn about Poland and Foreign Direct Investment from our expert on Poland, Dr. Richard Hunter.
|Here Comes the Artificial Sun|
Join us for a lecture on Fusion: Current Status and Near-term Outlook.
|SHU Launches Data Analysis Program|
The College of Arts and Sciences will offer a new Data Visualization and Analysis program beginning in fall 2012.
|Professor Prieto in Paris Review|
Seton Hall Professor José Manuel Prieto publishes an essay in the prestigious Paris Review.
Auditions for Seton Hall Theatre production of Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin are October 24 and 25.
|English Concert at SOPAC|
The English Concert Orchestra will open the Arts Council's Classical Concert Series season at SOPAC next Tuesday.
|Writer Elena Gorokhova at SHU|
An award-winning writer Elena Gorokhova will introduce her new memoir "A
Mountain of Crumbs"
|Ukraine in Black and White|
An award-winning journalist Terrell Jermaine Starr discusses his year in Ukraine
as a Fulbright Fellow.
|Lecture: De-silencing the Past|
Dr. John Kuo Wei Tchen presents a special lecture on the role of inclusivity and social justice in New York City museums.
|Shakespeare's Twelfth Night|
Seton Hall's first Mainstage production is the hilarious and mischievous Twelfth Night in the Theatre-in-the-Round.
|Faculty Spotlight: Rhonda Quinn|
Professor of biological anthropology Rhonda Quinn shares her background and experiences with the Seton Hall community.
|Joyce Carol Oates at SHU|
Joyce Carol Oates will read on Tuesday October 4 at 7 p.m. in Jubilee Auditorium as part of Poetry-in-the-Round.
|Professor Helps Date Oldest Handaxe|
Professor Rhonda Quinn is part of the research team whose study on prehistoric tools was published in 'Nature' magazine.
|Theatre in London|
Communication students took in the sites, ate uniquely British food, danced a little, walked a lot, and learned so much about British history.
|MHA Online Ranked #9 in US|
SHU's MHA Online degree program ranked in top ten of online health
|Sacred Artifacts on Display|
Museum Studies Graduate Candidates Danielle Shimkus and Pam Schwartz curate exhibit of Sacred Artifacts in Walsh Gallery.
|Poet Timothy Donnelly Reads|
Poetry-in-the-Round presents poet, Timothy Donnelly. September 21, 7 p.m. in Walsh Gallery.
|A&S Welcomes New Faculty|
Take a moment to get to know the College of Arts and Sciences' new faculty members.
|SHU Grad Lands Job at MSNBC|
Brian Wisowaty '11 begins career at MSNBC after graduating from the College of Arts and Sciences.
|History Professor wins Fellowship|
Assistant Professor Kirsten Schultz named a 2011 ACLS Fellow.
|Chemistry Student Wins Award|
Eric Stroud, chemistry grad student, received award from the NJ Inventors Hall of Fame.
|A Lecture on Leadership|
Arthur Ainsberg: "Shackleton Leadership Lessons"
Jorge Castañeda presents his book “Mañana Forever” on September 29 at 6 p.m. in the Jubilee Hall Auditorium.
|SHU Senior Nabs Fulbright|
The prestigious grant will take Meghan Dixon, a senior English major, to Taiwan for 11 months in 2011-2012.
|Sahiner Awarded SEMATECH Grant|
Dr. Sahiner's SEMATECH Grant has been renewed for one more year.
|Forensics at Seton Hall|
The College of Arts & Sciences highlights interdisciplinary ventures with a new video, the first in a series entitled “In Collaboration.”
|Murzaku Wins Humboldt Fellowship|
Ines Angeli Murzaku, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Religion wins Humboldt Fellowship Extension.
|MHA Upsilon Phi Delta Induction|
NJ Assistant Health Commissioner Patricia A. Polansky speaks to 22 MHA
inductees at the UPD Ceremony on May 4.
|College to Career: Scholarship|
Participate in the “Latino Essay Contest”, you would win 1 of 10 $750 scholarships.
|Free Software Foundation at SHU|
Richard Stallman, founder of the Free Software Foundation and the GNU, visits Seton Hall University on April 19.
|Student Art Show|
Art and music students present their work on Wednesday starting at 3 p.m. at Les Arts Preview.
|Carl Wilkens, the Hero of Rwanda|
Carl Wilkens survived Rwandan genocide as the only American remaining in the country. His heroism inspired several films.
|Dr. Suffel to Give Math Lecture|
On April 15, Prof. Charles L. Suffel of Stevens Tech will give the 17th annual
Charles Franke Memorial Lecture.
|Setonian Wins 12 NJ Press Awards|
The Setonian won 12 awards in the 2010-2011 New Jersey College Newspaper
contest, including 1st in deadline reporting.
Is Religion Relevant in the Age of Science? A Panel Discussion Exploring the Future of Faith in the Modern World.
|El Velorio-Martorell's Wake|
A Book Presentation by Maestro Antonio Martorell of Fransisco Oller's, El Velorio.
|Latino Scholarships Open!|
Through a special fund, the Latino Institute at Seton Hall University is able to provide grants to qualifying students.
|Hide/Seek: Ethics Conference|
The Institute of Museum Ethics announces a conference, Hide/ Seek: Museums, Ethics, and the Press, a public conversation.
|Phi Alpha Theta Lecture|
"Jews, Germans and Allies: Close Encounters in Occupied Germany" by Atina Grossmann.
|Petersheim Opening Reception|
The Opening Reception for the Petersheim Academic Exposition is Tuesday, April 12 at 12 p.m. All are welcome to attend.
|Does Religion Cause Violence?|
As part of Theologians Speak, William Cavanaugh, of DePaul University, will present this lecture on Thursday, April 7.
Dr. Douglas Husak (Rutgers) lectures on The Morality of Criminalization, April 14, 5:30-6:30 p.m., McNulty Amphitheatre.
|Deborah Eisenberg Reads at SHU|
Deborah Eisenberg, winner of the 2010 Pen/Faulkner award, reads from her fiction as part of Poetry-in-the-Round.
|National History Day Comes to SHU|
The Northern Regional Competition of National History Day in New Jersey will be held at SHU on April 2, 2011
|Tartuffe Opens at SOPAC|
Twelve SHU students put a modern twist on Moliere's classic comedy Tartuffe at SOPAC.
|One Journey Begins as Another Ends|
The online MASCL program welcomes a new Learning Team as another prepares to graduate during the on-campus residency.
|Brownson Team's Historic Tradition|
The Brownson team has been a part of SHU for over 75 years. Since 1935, the team has won more than 9,000 awards and in 2010, they
|Acclaimed Poet Reads at SHU|
Acclaimed poet Cathy Park Hong reads from her work as part of the Poetry-in-the-Round reading series on 3/17 at 7 p.m.
|Brighton Beach Trip|
Saturday, April 16, 2011, the Slavic Club is sponsoring its Annual trip to Brighton Beach, Coney Island, NY.
|Easter Egg Decorating Workshop|
On April 7 the Slavic Club will be holding its Easter Egg Decorating Workshop in 236 Fahy Hall at 6 p.m.
|2011 Classical Concert Series|
Tickets priced as low as $8 are now available for the Arts Council's Spring 2011 Classical Concert Series.
|Conference on Religion|
”Is Religion Relevant in the Age of Science?”
Dr. Sandra Keating lectures on Hatred, Fear and Reconciliation: Christians and Muslims in the Post-9/11 World.
|Petersheim Academic Exposition|
The 15th Annual Petersheim Academic Exposition is coming up on April 12 -16. Apply now to participate!
|Byzantine Women Patrons of the Arts|
Noted Byzantinist, Dr. Alice-Mary Talbot,discusses women's patronage of the arts and architecture in Byzantium.
|Romanian Cultural Diplomacy|
Corina Suteu, Director of the Romanian Cultural Institute in NYC, will give a talk on Romanian Cultural Diplomacy
|Elaine Rusinko on Andy Warhol|
Lecture 'We Are All Warhol's Children': Andy's Afterlife as a Rusyn Icon.
|Writer Olga Grushin at Seton Hall|
Award-winning author Olga Grushin will present her new best-selling novel The Line.
|Distinguished Speaker Series|
Catholics and Orthodox in Dialogue - Problems and Perspectives - Thomas Bremer of the University of Muenster, Germany.
|David Gates Reads at SHU|
Novelist and short story writer, David Gates, will read from
his fiction on Feb. 15 in the Chancellor's Suite at 7 p.m.
|Medievalist on Mystic|
Dr. Wallace will be giving a lecture entitled Hairshirt or Chainmail: Margery Kempe of Lynn, c. 1373-1438 on 2/23.
|Undergraduate Mathematics Research|
Jessica Fuller gave a talk at the 13th Annual Nebraska Conference for
Undergraduate Women in Mathematics.
|The Other Side|
An open forum, New Ways of Talking about Illegal Immigration without
Shouting, featuring a film presentation and discussion.
|Auditions for Tartuffe|
Auditions for Moliere's Tartuffe, directed by Professor Deirdre Yates, Theatre-in-the-Round, Feb. 7 & 9, 7:30 - 10:30 p.m.
|Symposium: Curiosity Cabinets|
Modern/Contemporary Art and the Curiosity Cabinet, February 5, 2011 at 10 a.m. in Beck Rooms in Walsh Library.
|Writing Center Updates|
The Writing Center opens for Spring 2011 on January 31!
|Mathematics National Honor Society|
Laura Gruca, Jessica Fuller, Victoria Fontaine and Stephanie
Beausoleil were inducted into Pi Mu Epsilon.
|14th Annual Japanese Symposium|
Call for papers. Interested in participating? Submit your proposals by February 15, 2011.
|Ross Fellowship in Chemistry|
Applications are requested for the Eric F. Ross Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Chemistry. Due January 31, 2011.
|Scholarships Over Winter Break|
Use your free time over winter break to apply to some of these great scholarship opportunities!
|Finals are coming!|
The Ruth Sharkey Academic Resource Center continues to offer free tutoring to all students.
|Museum Studies Scholarship|
Seton Hall alumna pledges $50,000 to establish a Museum Studies scholarship.
¡Come join us for our last event of the semester!
|Healthcare Leaders of the Future|
The Online Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) program is looking for new students to start in March 2011 (LT 30).
|Stephen Wagner is IAEM Fellow|
Dr. Wagner, MHA executive-in-residence, has been accepted into a year-long emergency management fellowship.
|Wait Until Dark|
The 2010-2011 Seton Hall Theatre season presents its second show - a suspenseful thriller that will keep you on the edge.
|Study Abroad - Israel|
Summer, 2011 Course in Israel – May 18 - 28, 2011.
|Get Together with Latin Flavor|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute and Latin American and Latino/a Studies presents Encuentros: Get together!
|Can’t Miss! Once in a lifetime!|
The Cuban Symposium: Life in Cuba- as told by Cuban Artists from the Island on November 11, 2010
|Study Theatre in London|
Study abroad in England - May Intersession 2011. Visit the Globe Theatre, Canterbury Cathedral, Oxford, Bath & more!
|Build Your Leadership Potential|
The Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership (MASCL) program is looking for new students for March 2011.
|Poet Major Jackson Reading|
Acclaimed poet Major Jackson will read from his work at 7 p.m. in the Dean's Suite in Walsh Library.
|American Brass Quintet|
The Arts Council is proud to present the American Brass Quintet in a special
|Guest Lecture by Andrew McClellan|
"Museum Expansion in the Global 21st Century: The Case of Abu Dhabi”
|“Encuentros: El Museo Del Barrio”|
Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute presents a free trip to Museo del Barrio on November 5, 2010.
|Concert Series Welcomes SONYC|
On November 4, the String Orchestra of New York City performs at SOPAC for the SHU Classical Concert Series at 7:30 p.m.
|Language Placement Testing Week|
The Language Resource Center will be administering online placement tests for French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish.
|Performance by Judy Carmichael|
The Arts Council invites members of the Seton Hall community to enjoy a special performance by Judy Carmichael.
|Reading by E.L. Doctorow|
E.L. Doctorow will read as the Giroux Reader as part of the Poetry-in-the-Round Reading Series on Wednesday, 10/27.
|Beginning the Journey to Their Future|
Ten more PMPDPP aspiring doctors have joined the Seton Hall Community.
|West Meets East|
Dr. Cobb speaks to Seton Hall students about his experience teaching U.S. cultural history in Russia.
|Auditions for Wait Until Dark|
Auditions will be held Monday & Tuesday, Oct. 25 & 26 in the Theatre-in-the-Round. All students welcome!
Join us at Encuentros: NPRC College to Career Seminars!
|Novartis Scholarships Awarded|
Biochemistry major, Charles Defendorf, and Biology major, William Decotiis, receive Novartis Science Scholarships.
|William Shakespeare’s King Lear|
The 2010-2011 Seton Hall Theatre season starts out with a classic Shakespearean
tragedy in the Theatre-in-the-Round.
|Cuban Artists' Books and Prints|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute presents an exhibit of Cuban works
reflecting life in Cuba over the past 2 decades.
|String Orchestra of NYC Performance|
The Arts Council is proud to bring the String Orchestra of New York City for a special performance at SOPAC.
|The Setonian Wins 7 Awards|
The Setonian earns 7 awards from The New Jersey Press Association in the 2009-2010 Better College Newspaper Contest.
|Speech Team Wins 31 Awards|
The Brownson Speech Team won 31 awards at an intercollegiate speech tournament series at Liberty University, VA.
|Poet Jeffrey Harrison Reading|
Poetry in the Round Reading Series: Poet Jeffrey Harrison, September 30, 7 p.m. in the Walsh Gallery.
|WSOU Interview Tonight with Campus Ministry's Cynthia Bailey Manns|
WSOU 89.5 FM hosts special interview with Cynthia Bailey Manns on the "Campus Buzz."
|Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute|
Join us at the Latino Institute table on "The Green". Te esperamos!
|Talmud donated to the University|
Kars4Kids Literacy Program donates central text of Judaism for scholarly use by students and the University community.
|Research Expedition to Gulf|
Chemistry graduate student, Lauren Ridley, participates in a research expedition to the Gulf of Mexico.
Read the article on Denisse Oller, newly appointed executive director of the Joseph A. Unanue Institute.
|Comm. Alumni - Where are You?|
The Communication Department seeks updates on alumni. Where has your career taken you?
|Endowed Chair for Dr. Stark |
Dr. Judith Stark has been named to the Gatto Chair in Christian Studies at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.
|Language Learning Resources at the LRC|
Conversation partners? Self-paced language software and more...
|A La Orilla|
“Pedro Henríquez Ureña en la cultura hispanoamericana y su paso por los Estados Unidos” with Dr. Andres L. Mateo
|Seton Hall Theatre Auditions|
Auditions for SHU Theatre production of King Lear!
|Conversation Partners Ready to Go|
The foreign language Conversation Partners program is ready for its second year, after a successful first year run.
|Language workshops for faculty|
The Language Resource Center welcomes faculty back with workshops on August 25 and August 27.
|Popular Nonprofit Programs Return|
The Board Leadership Institute and the Nonprofit Financial Management Program will be hosted by NSRI at Seton Hall.
|Join a Walkathon on July 17|
A fun and free community health day at Seton Hall sponsored by the Three Doctors Foundation & Community Health Leaders.
|Student is 2010 Udall Scholar|
Lisa Didow '11 was recently named a Morris K. Udall Scholar for 2010.
|Scientists at AAPI Workshop|
Sulie Chang, Ph.D. leads a team of faculty and students for the AAPI mentoring program for research on drug abuse.
|Cool Physics, Hot Research|
Physics students awarded research internships and fellowships.
|A&S Professor of the Year|
Students name Dr. Kwame Akonor as A&S Professor of the Year.
|Novartis Science Scholarship|
Junior biochemistry major, Charles Defendorf, has been awarded the 2010 Novartis Science Scholarship.
|Noted Computer Scientist Talks|
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science presents 2010 Charles Franke Lecture with Dr. Elaine Weyuker on April 23.
|Dr. Maxine Lurie Retires|
Join the celebration on April 29 to honor a noted teacher and author whose works focus on New Jersey history.
|Reporting from Havana|
“The Peculiar Reality of Reporting from Havana” by Vicente Botín, Former Havana correspondent for Televisión Español.
|Democracy and the Media in Mexico|
A Conversation with Rubén Beltrán, Consul General of Mexico in New York, April 19 at 5:30 p.m.
|Financial Aid Grants|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute provides grants for students of Latino/Hispanic heritage.
|Brownson Student Awarded!|
Senior, Emily Coady named to the American Forensics Association All American Team
|Speech Team ranks at the top|
With only a team of seven, The Brownson Speech Team places 13th in the nation!
|Medieval Monasticism in Italy|
Professor Giles Constable to speak about Medieval Monasticism in Magna Graeca - Southern Italy on April 28 at 5 p.m.
|Internet and Society Lecture|
John Palfrey author of "Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives" will speak on April 12.
|NEH Award to History Professor|
Kirsten Schultz, Ph.D., Department of History wins NEH Summer Grant.
|Professor Receives ORCS Award|
Professor Augustine receives award from Organic Reactions Catalysis Society recognizing his service to the organization.
|Biological Sciences Symposium|
The 3rd Annual symposium on April 21 will highlight student research. The keynote speaker is Dr. Hermann Stellar.
“Democracy and the Media in Mexico” with Julia Preston, New York Times National Correspondent and Pulitzer Prize Winner.
|The Foreigner by Larry Shue|
The Department of Communication presents "The Foreigner" at the South Orange Performing Arts Center April 16 - 25.
|Africana Lecture Series 2009-10|
Distinguished author and professor Elizabeth Nunez to give Africana lecture on April 21 at 5:30 p.m.
|Africana Lecture Series 2009-10|
Director Clairmont Chung screens and discusses his debut film about the life of Walter Anthony Rodney on April 26.
|Women in Corporate America|
Author Margy Binion '74 to speak about experiences in the corporate world on April 13 at 5 p.m.
|Nabokov and Jane Austen|
Lecture, Nabokov and Austen: of Praise and Prejudice, by Dr. Catharine Nepomnyashchy, from Barnard College on April 22.
|On the Irish Waterfront|
Historian James T. Fisher chronicles the challenges posed by crime and corruption at local ports in the last century.
|17th Evening of Roses at SOPAC|
Joshua Bell, world-renowned violinist, to receive the Sister Rose Thering Endowment’s 2010 Humanitarian of the Year award.
|Athens Gives Lecture in Italy|
Dr. Lonnie Athens delivered the keynote address at a conference hosted by the Italian Ministry of Juvenile Justice.
|IRS Workshop a Success!|
Over 120 nonprofit leaders recently attended an IRS workshop hosted by Seton Hall's Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute.
|Toxic Legacy of 9/11|
What was in the toxic clouds of dust and ash that followed destruction of the World Trade Center? Find out on March 23.
|Africana Humanitarianism Panel|
3rd Annual Africana Panel Discussion Series focuses on combating humanitarian crisis in Africana societies on March 25.
|Paid Summer Internships|
Apply by March 12 for the Hispanic Interns in Community Service Program and Latino Leaders Fellowship Institute.
|New Jersey in the Revolution|
Revolutionary War re-enactor Steve Santucci will discuss the making of a new film on Morristown on March 22 at 4 p.m.
|Los Angeles Guitar Quartet|
The Grammy-winning Lost Angeles Guitar Quartet performs for Seton Hall’s Classical Series April 8 at 7:30 p.m. at SOPAC.
|SHU Has Two Truman Finalists|
The Truman Scholarship Foundation has named two Seton Hall students as national finalists in the 2010 competition.
|Easter Egg Decorating Workshop|
Learn with Slavic and German Clubs the ancient art of decorating Easter Eggs on March 25, 6-8:30 p.m.
|Study Abroad in St. Petersburg|
Spend three weeks in June immersed in the history and culture of one of the world's most beautiful and mysterious cities
|Irish Studies Discussion|
Ever wonder what it really takes to pull off a great Saint Patrick's Day celebration?
|Slavic Club to Brighton Beach|
Experience a different culture without leaving the country! - with the Slavic Club’s trip to Brighton Beach on April 17.
|Stark Named to NJ Council|
Dr. Judith Stark was recently named to the New Jersey Environmental Justice Council for the NJDEP.
|Seton Hall Response to the UN|
Seton Hall Response to the UN Call to UNite to End Violence against Women on March 3 at 2:30 p.m.
|Much Ado at SOPAC|
The Department of Communication presents "Much Ado About Nothing" at SOPAC on February 19-21 and 26-28.
|History Day Comes to Seton Hall|
On February 27, Seton Hall will host a history competition for middle and high school students from northern New Jersey.
|Women and Gender Studies Prize|
Monetary award for best college essay on Women’s or Gender Studies
|Footsteps of the Saints|
The Center for Catholic Studies and the School of Theology are sponsoring a study tour to Italy, May 19 - June 3, 2010.
|The American Revolution|
Award winning author John Fea to talk about his book on the American Revolution in South Jersey, March 15 at 2:30 pm
|Writer David Henry Hwang|
The Poetry-in-the-Round Series presents author David Henry Hwang, Tuesday, February 9 at 7 p.m., Walsh Gallery.
|Music History Study in Italy|
Experience a musical and cultural immersion in Italy with a major musical festival, June 30 - July 17, 2010.
|Alum Carries Olympic Torch|
MASCL alum Lavinder Mangat recently became a member of Canada's Olympic Torch Relay Team for the 2010 Winter Olympics.
|Interview with Luna Kaufman|
Luna Kaufman, chairman emerita of the Sr. Rose Thering Endowment interviewed by Christian Friends of Yad Vashem.
Dr. Nancy Fraser speaks on Capitalistic Crisis and Economic Philosophy, February 23 at 4 p.m. in Jubilee Hall.
|Australia Study Abroad Information Session|
Meet with a representative from Campion College to explore this exciting summer study abroad opportunity!
|Fred Wilson to Lecture|
A lecture by conceptual artist Fred Wilson: "The Silent Message of the Museum" on February 3 at 7 p.m. Open to the public.
|Service Learning in Sydney|
Check out this great service learning opportunity working with Aboriginal communities in the Australian outback.
|Aquinas on Faith and Reason|
The Center for Catholic Studies presents: A Lecture by Dr. William Murnion on "Aquinas on Faith and Reason," February 4.
|Ballet Hispanico Performs|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute will bring Ballet Hispanico to SOPAC on February 2, 2010 at 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Thomas Molitor will give a talk on “Bidirectional Interaction between the Nervous and Immune Systems" on December 10.
|Faculty-Led Study Tours|
Travel and earn credit by enrolling in a study abroad course offered by the College of Arts and Science.
|Seton Hall presents Jeremy Denk|
American Pianist Jeremy Denk performs at SOPAC on Friday, January 29 at 7:30 p.m. Free pre-concert lecture is at 6:30 p.m.
|DPHA Alumni Connect|
Over 75 alumni and students attended the Department of Public and Healthcare Administration's first networking event.
|A Few Good Men by Aaron Sorkin|
The Department of Communication presents "A Few Good Men" in the Theatre-in-the-Round on December 3-6.
|Daedalus String Quartet Performs|
Award-winning Daedalus String Quartet performance and pre-concert lecture at SOPAC on November 30.
|Bioinorganic Chemistry Lecture|
Dr. Gerard Parkin to discuss the bioinorganic chemistry of mercury and provide insight into its toxicity, November 17.
|The Children of Chabannes|
SRTE to Host Survivor Norbert Bikales on Sunday, December 6 at 2 p.m. at Annual Colloquium.
|Latinos and the Supreme Court|
Award-winning director Peter Miller visits Seton Hall and shows the documentary "A Class Apart" on November 12.
|New ARNOVA President|
Roseanne Mirabella was elected President of the leading North American association on civil society and philanthropy.
|Senator Town Hall Meeting|
Attend the College of Arts and Sciences Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, November 11 at 7 p.m.
|IME Student Conference|
"New Directions in Museum Ethics" is being held at Seton Hall in the Science and Technology building on November 14.
|Berlin Wall Remembered|
Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall on November 12
|College to Career Seminar|
College to Career Seminars with Fortune 500 Executives come to Seton Hall.
The dedication of the new telescope and a lecture by Theodore B. Williams, Ph.D. is on November 23 at 7 p.m.
|Che's Swahili Translator|
Katrin Hansing, Ph.D. presents her new documentary about the Cold War and the Cuban Revolution on November 5 at 6 p.m.
|Itinerary of a Caribbean Writer|
Renowned author Maryse Condé kicks off the first lecture of the 2009-2010 Africana Lecture Series on November 18 at 6 p.m.
|Philosophers Speak Lecture|
“Proportionality in Self Defense and War” by Dr. Jeff McMahan, November 12 at 5 p.m., Science and Technology Amphitheatre.
|Brownson Speech Team Wins Big!|
Brownson Speech Team is off to a great start earning a First Place Team victory and 45 total awards after two weekends.
Graduate students interested in nonprofit and public sector careers can apply for partial scholarships.
|Vanguard Jazz Orchestra Performs|
Vanguard Jazz Orchestra plays South Orange for Seton Hall Jazz ‘n the Hall Concert Series on November 10 at 7:30 p.m.
|Law Enforcement Presentation|
Plan on attending this informative presentation on on the appropriate use of force by Law Enforcement on October 28.
|Students Set to Perform In You Can’t Take It With You|
The 2009-2010 Seton Hall Theatre season starts out with a bang in the Theatre-in-the-Round with this uproarious comedy.
|Novartis Science Scholarship|
Junior biochemistry major, Charles Defendorf, has been selected to receive the 2009-2010 Novartis Science Scholarship.
|John Ashbery Reads for PITR|
Pulitzer Prize winning poet, John Ashbery, reads for the Poetry-in-the-Round Series October 21 at 7 p.m.
Find out why spatial intelligence is crucial for parents, schools, and careers and what we can do to improve it.
|Anya Ulinich at Seton Hall|
Anya Ulinich, award-winning author of the novel Petropolis, will speak at the Slavic Club meeting, October 22 at 6 p.m.
|"The Body in the Museum"|
Dr. Janet Berlo will be speaking on "The Body in the Museum" at Seton Hall on Wednesday, October 7 at 7:15 p.m.
|See “Beauty and the Beast”|
Theatre Council kicks off the 2009-2010 season with annual University Day children's show, October 3 at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
|Former Governors Talk Politics|
Governor Brendan Byrne and Governor Thomas H. Kean to discuss the 2009 N.J. Gubernatorial Election, September 29 at 4 p.m.
|Russian Orchestra Performs|
Chamber Orchestra Kremlin opens Seton Hall Classical Concert Series at SOPAC, Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 7:30 p.m.
|SRTE Annual Orientation Program|
Sr. Rose Thering Endowment for Jewish-Christian and Holocaust Studies hosts Teacher/Scholar Reunion and Orientation.
|Nonprofit Capacity Building|
The Board Leadership Institute and the Financial Management Certificate Program are about to begin.
|Arabic Music Concert for WSOU|
Fundraising event for WSOU 89.5 FM with famed ‘Oudist’ Simon Shaheen, sponsored by The Arab Caravan, 10/1, 8 p.m.
|Professor Speaks about H1N1|
Dr. Anne Hewitt spoke on two radio shows about H1N1, entitled "Back to School: Is it the ABC's or the CDC?"
|William Hudders: New Paintings|
Prof. William Hudders presents a new show of over 20 paintings and drawings at the Baum School of Art in Allentown, PA.
|Awards for Service to Students|
Michelle Sheridan (DOVE) and Prof. John Sowa (Chemistry) receive the 2009 President's Award for Service to Students.
|Afro-Cuban-Latin Jazz Concert|
Jazz 'n the Hall opens its new season with Grammy-winner Luis Bonilla's Afro-Cuban-Latin Jazz on October 20 at SOPAC.
|JCBL Fellowship from Brown U.|
Mark Molesky, Ph.D., wins a prestigious 2009 Library Associates Fellowship to conduct research at Brown University.
|Seton Hall Hosts IFL 2009|
International Computer Science Conference to be held in the United States for the first time on September 23-25, 2009
Maxim Matusevich, Ph.D., receives a Fulbright Scholar Award to teach and conduct research in Russia in Spring 2010.
|SHU Alumnus Heads to the NIH.|
Innocent Njoku Jr. '09 goes to the NIH as an IRTA Fellow to conduct biomedical research and develop global health vision.
|Welcome PMPDPP Class of 2013|
Nine aspiring healthcare professionals joined the Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Community on June 21, 2009.
|Fulbright Senior Specialist|
Ines A. Murzaku, Ph.D., Religious Studies, wins Fulbright Senior Specialist Grant at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
|Join a Walk-a-thon on July 25th|
A fun and free community health day at Seton Hall is co-sponsored by The Three Doctors Foundation and The Valerie Fund
|Scholarships Now Available|
Graduate students interested in nonprofit and public sector careers can apply for partial scholarships for 2009-2010.
|NEH Summer Award|
Maxim Matusevich, Ph.D., History professor, receives a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Fellowship.
|Study Abroad Legislation|
Congress passed legislation meant to assist American students studying abroad.
|Gallery Exhibit Opens June 11|
Project Acceleration students from the Cicely Tyson School of Performing & Fine Arts will be featured in Walsh Gallery Exhibit.
|Amy Smith '09 Delivers Paper|
Amy Smith '09, a Criminal Justice student, delivered a paper at the 5th Annual International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry.
|Traveling for the Summer?|
Are you an international student? Do not forget to visit our office before you leave.
|Dr. Chang Receives NIH Awards|
Sulie L. Chang, Ph.D., Institute of NeuroImmune Pharmacology, receives three National Institutes of Health awards.
|Luna Kaufman’s Memoirs|
Program honors Holocaust survivor's memoirs, Luna's Life. Kaufman to be interviewed by Christian Friends of Yad Vashem.
|Computer Science Presentation|
Manfred Minimair, Ph.D. presented a poster on Maximal-Rank Minors of Macaulay Matrices at East Coast Computer Algebra Day
|Anisa Mehdi Wins Fulbright|
Communication professor, Anisa Mehdi, has been awarded a 2009-2010 Fulbright Fellowship to teach in Jordan.
|Travel-Early Career Investigator|
Marley Kass, M.S. '09 to present at Scientific Conference in Hawaii with support from NIDA's Office of Special Population
College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony to be held Saturday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m.
|Come Study in the Caribbean|
Participate in July's Summer Study Abroad at the University of the Virgin Islands in St. Thomas.
|“Amazing Grace” Concert|
A Concert of Hymns & Spirituals with the Seton Hall Vocal Chamber Ensemble and University Choir, Saturday, April 25.
|Classical Concert at SOPAC|
The East Coast Chamber Orchestra performs for Seton Hall at SOPAC on April 28 at 7:30 p.m.
|Africana Politics & Society|
2nd Annual Africana Panel Discussion Series focuses on Africana politics and society in the Obama era on April 27.
|Film Screening and Discussion|
See the documentary, Su Salud Primero – Your Health First, and meet William Sanchez, NJN Director/Producer on April 23.
|Dialogue or Danger?|
Dr. Paul Knitter, advocate of religious pluralism and interreligious dialogue, to speak on truth, religion and violence.
|Students Going to Italy|
The Italian government has issued important information in regards to Visa requirements.
|CLTA-GNY Annual Conference|
Interested in Teaching Chinese Language in K-16? Then attend the CLTA-GNY Conference at Seton Hall on May 16, 2009.
|“God’s Favorite” by Neil Simon|
The final production of the Seton Hall Theatre 2008-2009 season is Neil Simon’s comedy, “God’s Favorite” on April 23-26.
|Lecture on Artist Tony Smith|
Dr. Robert Storr to give lecture on sculptor Tony Smith on April 16, 7 -9 p.m. in the University Center, Chancellor Suite.
April 15th Study Abroad Fair Canceled
|Biological Sciences Symposium|
The 2nd Annual Research Symposium features keynote lecturer, Dr. Lakshmi A. Devi, on Wednesday, April 15 at 4 p.m.
|Annual Phi Alpha Theta Lecture|
NYU historian Barbara Weinstein delivers lecture for Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society Induction Ceremony, April 22.
|16th Annual Evening of Roses|
Sr. Rose Thering Endowment for Jewish-Christian and Holocaust
Studies honors two Humanitarians at gala event, April 19.
|Study Abroad Fair|
Ever thought about studying in an exotic foreign country? Need experiences that will improve your job marketability?
|The Solar-Hydrogen Solution|
Inventor Mike Strizki will discuss affordable energy independence
and zero-energy homes and cars, April 22 at 5:30 p.m.
|Psychology Lecture on April 2|
Interested in the intersection of psychology, science and medicine
in practice or research? Meet Dr. Andrew delaTorre.
|Jazz Piano Concert on March 31|
Jazz ‘n the Hall presents legendary jazz piano duo, Dick Hyman and
Ray Kennedy, Tuesday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m. at SOPAC.
|Fisher awarded Fulbright|
Patrick Fisher, Ph.D., Political Science, has been selected as a Fulbright scholar grantee to the Slovak Republic.
|Glorious Days of Bell Labs|
Narain Gehani, Ph.D. explains why Bell Labs may be the greatest lab
of the 20th century on March 27 at 1 p.m. in AS 106.
|Music Recital by A&S Faculty|
Faculty from the Department of Art, Music and Design will provide an
evening of musical entertainment on March 26.
|2009 Women's Conference|
The Elizabeth Ann Seton Center for Women's Studies presents "A
Celebration of Women 2009: Evolving" on March 27.
|Women's Appreciation Dinner|
Join the Women's Conference Committee & the Women's Resource
Center for a celebration - Thursday, March 26.
|Annual Academic Exposition|
Showcase and celebrate your academic work at the Annual Petersheim
Academic Exposition, April 15 - 22, 2009.
|Mayhew Awarded Loeb Grant|
Robert Mayhew, Ph.D. was awarded a Loeb Foundation Grant from
Harvard University to support research during Summer 2009.
|Wines of the World, April 26|
Join College of Arts and Sciences alumni, faculty and friends for an
afternoon sampling of fine wines paired with gourmet foods.
|Study Abroad in Summer 2009|
The College of Arts and Science is offering undergraduate and
graduate faculty-led study abroad courses this summer.
|Japan Week 2009 Activities|
Welcome to Japan Week 2009 Eclipse and Transformation: Rebuilding
Global Society with a New Paradigm, March 30-April 3.
|Scholarships to Japan|
A way to pay for your adventure in the Far East. Learn more about
"The Bridging Scholarship".
|Online Courses in Summer 2009|
The College of Arts and Science is offering a series of
undergraduate and graduate courses online this summer.
|Murzaku is UN Representative|
Ines A. Muzaku, Ph.D., Religious Studies Professor, has been
appointed a CAREE Representative at the United Nations.
|Study in Paradise|
Want to spend three weeks studying in Paradise? Join Seton Hall
Students as they explore the culture of St. Thomas.
|Rex Page to speak about hard-core Software Engineering|
“Hard-Core Software Engineering” lecture by Professor Rex Page,
University of Oklahoma, on March 20 at 2:00 PM.
|A Rare Roman Coin Collection|
See ancient Roman coins at Seton Hall University presented by
Rinaldo D’Argenio on March 16 at 6:00 PM, Walsh Library.
|NEH Award to History Professor|
Mark Molesky, Ph.D., wins a prestigious 2009 NEH summer grant to
study in Portugal and the United Kingdom.
"Relativistic Views of Knowledge and Morality,” a lecture by Dr.
Paul Boghossian on March 26 at 5 p.m.
Dr. Manfred Minimair is co-organizing the session on Elimination
Theory and Applications at the 2009 ACA Conference.
|Chemistry and Computer Algebra|
Dr. Manfred Minimair is co-organizing the session on Chemistry and
Computer Algebra at the 2009 ACA Conference.
|Scholarships Now Available|
Graduate students interested in nonprofit and public sector careers
can apply for partial scholarships for 2009-2010.
|Physics Research Colloquium|
Professor Robert Bartynski will lecture on dye-sensitized solar
cells on March 5 at 5:00 p.m.
|“Black in the U.S.S.R.”|
Dr. Maxim Matusevich’s article is published in the 100th anniversary
issue of the prestigious Transition Magazine.
|Modern Diplomacy Lecture|
Consul General of Mexico Rubén Beltrán gives talk on Modern
Diplomacy and the role for a Consulate on March 4 at 4 p.m.
|The Brentano String Quartet|
Tonight at SOPAC, the Arts Council presents the Brentano String
Quartet performing "The Seven Last Words of Christ".
|Biblical Theology Bulletin|
Quarterly journal formerly published at Seton Hall University now is
available online with Sage Publications.
|Building Nonprofit Capacity|
Learn board leadership and financial management skills needed to
help nonprofit organizations fulfill their missions.
|Grammy Winner at Seton Hall|
Douglas Purviance, a faculty member in the Music Program, Wins
Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble.
|History Day Comes to SHU|
On March 21, Seton Hall will host the National History Day contest
for New Jersey middle and high school students.
|Exploring Post-Soviet Spaces|
Photographer Jason Eskenazi presents “Wonderland: A Photographic
Journey through Post-Soviet Spaces” on March 5th
|Pharmaceutical Research Seminar|
Stephen Scypinski, Ph.D. ’84, to lecture on 21st Century
Pharmaceutical Developments on February 17 at 5:45 PM
|Study Abroad and the President|
Many top advisers have spent part of their lives living and studying
|Summer Study Abroad Programs|
The Department of Modern Languages offers four-week faculty-led
summer study abroad programs in France, Italy and Spain
|Internship Program in the UK|
The United Kingdom has changed its rules of eligibility for students
who are looking to do internships.
|Study in Brazil or Portugal|
International Studies Abroad (ISA), a third party provider at the OIP, is now offering study tours to the beautiful coastal city of Florianópolis in Southern Brazil.
|Women’s Studies Writing Prize|
13th Annual Elizabeth Ann Seton Women’s Studies Writing Contest for
Best College Essay on Women’s or Gender Studies
|Psychology LunchTalk Series|
Psychology faculty, graduate students, and invited scholars share
their latest research
|Poland and European Union|
Dr. Richard Hunter discusses the issues of Poland’s integration into
the European Union on February 12 at 6 p.m.
|Call for Nominations|
The 2009 New Jersey Japanese Language Study Awards for High
School Students Nomination Deadline is February 15, 2009
|Africana Lecture Series|
Author and independent scholar, Jeffrey Perry, speaks at the
Africana Writer/Speaker Lecture Series, February 18 at 4PM
|Is the tail wagging the dog?|
Study finds that protein trimming by genetic engineering results in
a “tail-less” light receptor with visual impairments
|Call for Papers for Symposium|
The 12th Annual Graduate Student and School Teacher Symposium on
Japanese Studies is accepting presentation proposals
|Shakespearean Comedy at SOPAC|
Shakespearean battle of the sexes in Seton Hall Theatre’s production
of “The Taming of the Shrew” opens February 20
|Multicultural Film & Lectures|
Keeping You Posted - The Multicultural Film & Lecture Series
schedule of free events for Spring 2009
|Study Abroad Fair|
Ever thought about studying in an exotic foreign country? Need experiences that will improve your job marketability?
|Chinese scholar passes away|
Dr. John DeFrancis, a former professor of Seton Hall’s Institute of
Far Eastern Studies, passed away on January 2nd
|Gospel Choir at SOPAC|
Seton Hall University Gospel Choir celebrates Black History Month at
SOPAC on February 1, 2009
|Seeking Past Slavic Club Members and Russian Studies Majors|
If you are an alumnus who was a member of either group, we want to
|Professor is UN representative|
Susan A. Nolan, Ph.D. has been appointed as an American
Psychological Association representative to the United Nations.
|Thomas Christians in India|
Dr. Liam Brockey, "Doubting Thomas: Early Encounters between
Portuguese and Indian Christians, 1500-1600,” February 5th
|Awarding Winning Year for WSOU|
Seton Hall’s student-run radio station turned 2008 into another
award winning year for WSOU.
|The Energy of Early Jazz|
Vince Giordano and The Nighthawks perform as part of the Jazz `n the
Hall Concert Series on January 27 at SOPAC.
|Study Abroad Fair|
Ever thought about studying in an exotic foreign country? Need
experiences that will improve your job marketability?
|2009 Women’s Conference|
This year’s Women's Conference, "Evolving," is Friday, March 27,
2009. Program proposals are due January 26.
|Paquito D’Rivera - Latin Jazz|
Latin Jazz Legend Paquito D’Rivera in Paquito’s South of the
Border Jazz benefits Unanue Latino Institute, December 16
|2008-2009 AFAM Lecture Series|
Poet and performer David Mills is our second speaker/performer of the 2008-2009 Africana Studies Lecture Series
|Musicians from Marlboro, SOPAC|
SHU Classical Concert Series presents Musicians from Marlboro and a pre-concert lecture with Robert Waters, December 8
|Theatre-in-the-Round: Almost, Maine|
Crystal Dickinson ’98 returns to Seton Hall as guest director of Almost, Maine, a romantic comedy, December 4-7
|Dr. Harry Frankfurt|
Dr. Harry Frankfurt, emeritus professor of philosophy at Princeton, speaks on "Moral Responsibility,” December 4 at 4PM.
|2008-2009 AFAM Lecture Series|
Fiction Author and Professor Karen King-Aribisala kicks off the first lecture of the 2008-2009 Africana Lecture Series.
|Researchers of the Year|
College of Arts and Sciences honors Dr. Petra Chu and Dr. Lonnie Athens
|Small Town/Big Sculpture|
Tau, the monumental sculpture by renowned artist and South Orange native, Tony Smith, to be installed on November 19.
|Dr. Stark Receives Award|
Hudson River Conservancy’s 20th anniversary honors Dr. Stark and other environmentalists for Hudson River Walkway work
|NIH Grant Received|
Kelly Goedert, Ph.D. is co-investigator on National Institutes of Health grant to research spatial neglect treatments
|Scholarship Info Session|
Learn about nationally competitive awards, such as the Fulbright, Boren, Udall, and Rhodes scholarships, November 13.
The Department of State's Diversity Lottery is now accepting applications.
|Research Agreement with Taiwan|
China Medical University in Taiwan, College of Pharmacy and SHU’s College of Arts & Sciences sign research agreement.
|Share Your Int'l Experience|
Share your experiences as an international student or a student abroad on the OIP web site and SHUTube!
|Welcome PMPDPP Class of 2012 |
On June 22nd, nine Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program students started on a journey that would soon change their lives…
Information about the Mandatory International Student and Scholar Orientation for Spring 2009
Are you a thrill seeker, a marine enthusiast, a surfer or a skier? Learn more about study in Australia and New Zealand.
|Dr. Morazán to chair IFL 2009|
Dr. Morazán elected program committee chair of the 21st IFL
Symposium at Seton Hall University in September 2009.
|The Father and the Babe|
Who IS the greatest baseball player of all time? Gehrig? Mantle?
Williams? ARod? Find out the answer on October 31st.
|The Mathematics of the Democratic Presidential Primary|
Visiting speaker Dr. Jennifer Wilson discusses vote-tallying methods
and the 2008 Democratic Primary, October 24 at 1PM
|Sana Krasikov’s Short Stories|
Award-winning author presents her work on post-Soviet identities and
American dreams on November 13.
|Dr. Lang Research Seminar|
Dr. Brian Lang, Senior Application Scientist, Biacore Systems, GE Healthcare Life Sciences, presenting his research
|Unilever Recruiting Event|
Do you need an internship or an full-time position? Join us on
Thursday, Oct. 23 to learn what Unilever has to offer.
|Dr. Harry G. Brittain, Ph.D.,|
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s weekly seminar featured
former Faculty Member, Dr. Harry G. Brittain
|Rotary Club Service Award|
Professor David Bossman to receive Rotary Service Beyond Self Award,
October 30 at Mayfair Farms.
Anthony DePalma to speak on The Devil We Know: Seeking Change in
Latin America and the United States on October 15, 2008 at
|Museum Ethics Conference|
The Institute of Museum Ethics is holding its inaugural conference
on November 15, 2008 at Seton Hall University
|See Arms and the Man at SOPAC|
Seton Hall Theatre presents Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw,
directed by Dr. James McGlone
|Writing Center is closed for Fall Break|
The SHU Writing Center is closed on Friday, October 10, 2008.
|The Legacy of Trina Padilla de Sanz|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute receives donation of documents
of Puerto Rican poet, suffragist and composer.
|Study Abroad Fair|
Ever thought about studying in an exotic foreign country? Need experiences that will improve your job marketability?
|Help WSOU Win a Woodie|
If you love The Loudest Rock, vote for WSOU to win a mtvU Woodie
Award in the Best College Radio Station category. Voting ends Oct. 6.
|Chemistry Research Seminar|
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s weekly seminar features
Dr. Alexander Y. Fadeev on Tuesday, September 30
|Paul Robeson Tribute|
“The Life and Times of Paul Robeson” is a dramatic one man monologue presented by Stogie Kenyatta on September 23
|Join the Multicultural Film & Lecture Series|
The Multicultural Film and Lecture Series presents monthly films on the South Orange campus, free admission.
|Fall 2008 Psychology Lectures|
A forum for psychology faculty, graduate students, and invited scholars to share their research. All are welcome.
|Parole Board Chair to Speak|
Plan on attending an informative presentation by an experienced government leader on October 1 at 2:30 PM
|Tony Macaluso’s Formal Seminar|
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s weekly seminar: Tony Macaluso presents his Formal Seminar, September 23, 2008
|Project SEED Poster Session|
Summer educational scientific research program for disadvantaged
high school students holds annual poster session at SHU
Lecture on Russian nationalism and cosmopolitanism as reflected in the works of Vladimir Nabokov on October 2nd.
|Help Nonprofits Build Capacity|
Nonprofit organizations need people with skills to help them fulfill their charitable purposes.
|Seminar on Uv-Generated Free Radicals and Self-Tanners|
Nada Khan presents her Formal Seminar on September 16th at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s weekly seminar.
|Computer Scientist Visits SHU|
Olivier Danvy, famed computer scientist, delivers an invited talk on cutting-edge research, September 16 at 4 p.m.
|Sandra Lee's Italian Americans|
The Alberto Institute hosts a book lecture with Dr. Sandra Lee and its annual scholarship award ceremony on September 30
|Murzaku’s Humboldt Fellowship|
Ines Angeli Muzaku, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Religious Studies wins Humboldt Research Fellowship
|Professor Hewitt Attends White House Conference|
SHU Represented at White House Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Conference: Innovations in Effective Compassion
|“Honey” Russell Award to Kaba|
Dr. Amadu Jacky Kaba, a former Seton Hall basketball player, is
presented with the 2008 John D. “Honey” Russell Award.
|Award for Chemistry Professor|
Wyatt Rory Murphy, Jr. honored by the North Jersey Section of the American Chemical Society for Excellence in Education
|Artist Lauren Schiller Honored|
Lauren Schiller was recognized by New Jersey State Council on the Arts and New American Paintings, a juried publication.
|Dr. Morazán Edits New Book|
Trends in Functional Programming Volume 8, edited by Dr.
Marco Morazan, was recently published by University of Chicago
|Morazán Elected TFP Secretary|
Marco Morazán, Ph.D. was elected Secretary of the Trends in Functional Programming Symposia Steering Committee
|Teach Chinese Language Seminar|
Interested in developing a Chinese Language education program for K-12 students? Then attend this seminar on May 16
|Dr. Murzaku Receives SSHRC Grant|
Ines Angeli Murzaku, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Religious Studies wins Social Sciences and Research Council of Canada two-year grant.
|Undergrad Lecture at MASPLAS|
Chris Dutra '08, Computer Science major, delivers talk at Princeton University describing his research.
|Environmental Toxicology Meeting|
Join local scientists, businessmen, regulators and study at the annual SETAC meeting on key environmental issues on May 8 and 9.
|Latin American History Lecture|
Dr. Frank de la Teja, M.A. '81, Texas historian to speak on race and gender in Texas during colonial times on April 28.
|Kwame Anthony Appiah Speaks|
Dr. Kwame Anthony Appiah, Princeton University, presents "My Cosmopolitanism," April 24 at 4:00 p.m.
|New Jersey History prize won by Seton Hall student|
John Rocco Calabro, senior history major, wins Stellhorn Prize for best paper on New Jersey history.
|Evening of Poetry on April 21|
Poets Abena P. A. Busia and David Mills join us to celebrate National Poetry Month with an evening of poetry on April 21.
|Honors given to Dr. Formicola|
Jo Renee Formicola, Ph.D. to be honored by her alma mater, Le Moyne College, for her outstanding accomplishments
|Havana: The New Art of Making Ruins|
German Film Director Florian Borchmeyer will discuss the making of his award-winning documentary filmed in Havana, April 28.
|Wines of the World|
Join Joseph Marbach, Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, for a Sunday afternoon sampling of fine wines paired with gourmet foods.
"She Stoops to Conquer," a production filled with laughs, jokes and side-splitting comedy comes to SOPAC.
|Petersheim Academic Expo|
Celebrate the sights and sounds of student academic achievement, April 14-23.
|Board Leadership Insititute|
Registration is open for the Board Leadership Institute for Nonprofit Leaders. Classes begin on May 8.
|NEH Grant to History Professor|
Dr. Tracey Billado, Department of History, receives NEH Summer Stipend to do research in France.
|WSOU Celebrates 60 Years|
WSOU-FM, Seton Hall's award-winning radio station, turns 60 on April 14, 2008. What's a birthday without a party?!
|Golden Door Film on April 9|
Italian Film Series presents the screening of Golden Door and introduction by Anthony J. Tamburri, on April 9 at 6:00 p.m.
|How To Control Disease or Fire|
Dr. Fred Roberts gives Charles Franke Memorial Lecture on Graph
Theory Models on Friday, April 4 at 1:00 PM
|Africana Diplomacy and the U.N.|
Africana Panel Discussion Series focuses on Africana Diplomacy and the United Nations Experience on April 2.
|Ko Receives N.I.H. Funding|
Current N.I.H. funded research in the department of Biological Sciences receives year 5 grant.
|Business Ethics – Best Practices|
Online Business Ethics course was highlighted at the NJEdge.net 9th Annual Faculty Best
Practices Showcase on March 18.
|Brighton Beach Trip on April 5|
Experience a different culture without leaving the country!
|Join Us for Japan Week 2008!|
Come immerse yourself in centuries of Japanese culture during Japan
Week 2008 from April 7-11.
|ESPN's Ley Speaks at SHU|
Hear ESPN anchor and SHU alumnus Bob Ley '76 speak in Jubilee Hall
auditorium at 2 p.m. on March 18.
|Summer Study Program in Rome|
Study Italian in Rome from June 13 to July 13, 2008: Earn 6 credits and fulfill your language requirement.
|Attend SHU Images Festival|
Alumni and friends of Seton Hall are invited to attend the Images Festival, an exhibition of student work from computer graphics to film, video and photography.
|Wines of the World|
Join Joseph Marbach, Acting Dean, College of Arts and Sciences for a wine tasting on Sunday, May 4 at 3:30 p.m.
|Department of English Hosts 31st NJCEA Conference|
The annual NJCEA conference will be held on March 29 at Seton Hall.
|Poetry and Perspective|
Come listen to acclaimed poet James McCorkle as he reads some of his
latest work and signs copies of his new book.
|15th Annual Evening of Roses|
Seymour and Pearl Lehrhoff will be honored for their monumental
contributions to the Sister Rose Thering Endowment.
|Feel the Rhythm with Jack Kent|
Experience renowned R&B and Jazz musician Jack Kent and Project
Jazz as they perform hits from the Golden Age of Jazz.
|Eduardo Lago's Personal Map|
The spicy literature of Spain and Latin America comes to Seton Hall
via Brooklyn on March 12.
|Clothes for Living and Dying|
London-based artist Margareta Kern will present Clothes for Living
|History Day comes to Seton Hall|
Seton Hall will host a history competition for middle and high
school students from northern New Jersey.
|Professor Gray Named Geraldine R. Dodge Fellow|
Professor Jeffrey Gray, Department of English, has been named the Geraldine R. Dodge Fellow of 2007.
|Nonprofit Finance Certificate|
Learn to make effective use of financial information in nonprofit
management and governance starting March 29, 2008
|Psychology Lunch Talk Series|
Psychology faculty, graduate students and visiting researchers
discuss their research beginning Feb. 15.
|Public Service Month Events|
Gain first-hand information about a career in the public service,
nonprofit and faith based sectors.
|I Want My PTV!|
Seton Hall’s Pirate TV is now on the air 24 hours a day.
|China Night 2008|
The Asian Studies Department invites you to celebrate the Chinese
Lunar New Year at 7 p.m., Feb. 7.
|June-In-China Program, June 5-18, 2008|
The Stillman School of Business and the Department of Asian Studies
at the Seton Hall University, in collaboration with the University of
International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing, China, offer
the June-In-China Program.
|Women's Studies Writing Prize|
The Elizabeth Ann Seton Center for Women’s Studies is accepting
essays on gender studies for its annual essay contest.
|January Pirate Press Profile|
After a lot of coffee and collaboration, recent graduates Donahue
and Aurilio wrote an original Christmas comedy.
|Legend Leon Fleisher Performs|
World-Renowned Pianist, Leon Fleisher to Perform at Seton Hall's
Arts Council Concert Series at SOPAC
|Students perform Nephew Fred!|
Theatre students perform a twist on a holiday classic of Charles
Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol' at SOPAC.
|NJ DEC Fall Plenary Session|
Free Trade Agreements in Latin America are opening new doors to business.
|Museum Grant Creates Institute|
Janet Marstine awarded 21st Century Museum Professionals grants to establish the Institute of Museum Ethics.
|PITR Reading, Nov. 6|
Rebecca Curtis reads from her collection of short
stories, Twenty Grand and Other Tales of Love &
Money, Nov. 6.
|Fundraising Event to Celebrate Peru|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute invites you to celebrate
|SHU Honors Rabbi Brill|
Come meet the newly appointed Cooperman-Ross Endowed Chair in
Jewish-Christian Studies on Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.
|New Jersey Election Preview|
Examine the NJ Assembly and Senate races, and learn how the next
Legislature will work with the Governor's office.
|Imaginative Spark Comes to SHU|
J.C. Todd and Susanna Rich Words to Inspire and Allure the Minds at
|Sweden's Coming to South Orange!|
Camerata Nordica ensemble set to perform their unique sound of
Swedish orchestral music.
|Walsh Library Gallery Exhibit|
Walsh Library Gallery exhibit showcases religiously significant
garments from four locally found faiths.
|Listen to Win Bon Jovi Tickets|
Tune in to 89.5 FM for a chance to win tickets to Bon Jovi at "The
Richard Dool, College of Arts and Sciences, contributed an article on learning through on-line courses.
|A Winning Article|
Dr. Thomas Kavanagh is the winner of the Gilberto Espinosa Prize for his article "Los Comanches."
|On the Road To Higher Achievements|
Graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences have established plans
to solidify their future.
|Ellis Island Medal of Honor|
Asian Studies Chair Edwin Pak-wah Leung is one of this year’s recipients of the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
|Arts & Sciences Hooding Ceremony|
The College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Hooding Ceremony will take place at 5 p.m. May 5 in Jubilee Hall Auditorium.
Sister Rose Thering’s vision for interreligious understanding lives on at the 14th Annual Evening of Roses on April 29.
|Summer Session 2007|
Deciding whether or not to take a summer course? Need to know when the May and June sessions begin?
|Dead Man Walking|
Come watch TITR perform the famous play depicting the life of Sister Helen Prejean starting at 8 p.m. on April 20 at SOPAC.
|Dead Man Walking|
The Arts Council presents Tim Robbin's Dead Man Walking beginning at SOPAC April 20.
The College of Arts & Sciences will hold a free screening of the critically-acclaimed documentary Home at 7 p.m. April 18 at SOPAC. Reception immediately following. RSVP to Beth Cocco by April 13.
|Petersheim Academic Expo|
Support the academic achievements of students Apr. 16 and 17. Opening session is 4/16, 9 a.m. in the University Center.
|Tag Team Poetry|
Seton Hall professors Steve Gehrke and Nadine Meyer tell poetry success stories at 7 p.m. on April 11 at the Nursing Amphitheatre.
|WSOU Launches Global Current|
WSOU 89.5FM, Seton Hall's award-winning radio station has added an international news program to its lineup.
|Tales from Death Row|
Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking, shares her experiences with death row inmates at 3 p.m. on April 1 in the TITR.
|A Commanding Performance|
The United States Military Academy Band’s Jazz Knights will perform at 8 p.m. on March 27 in SOPAC.
|Vote for Gary|
SHU Junior Competes at National Level in Comedy Competition.
|Celebrate Centuries of Culture|
Come immerse yourself in centuries of Japanese culture during Japan Week 2007 from March 27 to April 3.
|Ruth Abram to Lecture at Seton Hall|
Seton Hall University’s Graduate Program in Museum Professions is
pleased to announce its annual museum lecture on Wednesday, March
|South Orange: An Arts Destination|
SOPAC will host a panel discussion designed to help explore the impact arts can have on the community at 7:30 p.m. on February 28.
Award winning poet Nicole Cooley will lend her expertise at 7 p.m. on February 21 at Walsh Gallery.
|SOPAC a new House of Blues?|
Jack Kent and Project Blues will bring the R&B and Blues genres together at 8 p.m. on February 13 at SOPAC.
|Summer in London|
Come immerse yourself in centuries of culture and history while gaining three credits at Oxford University this summer.
|Contemporary Art on Display|
Walsh Gallery invites you to view contemporary art from Mainland
China and Taiwan at Diverse Visions from Jan. 15 through March 9,
|Seton Hall makes SOPAC debut|
Musicians from Marlboro
will kick off the university’s partnership with the SOPAC at 8 p.m. November 14.
|Balance of Power: Election Analysis|
Joseph Marbach, Arts & Sciences, provided major media with
election analysis on the most hotly contested races in the nation.
|Poet Thomas Lynch to Visit PITR|
Award-winning poet and author Thomas Lynch is the final poet to visit the Poetry-in-the-Round for the fall season.
|Poet Laureate Visits Hall|
Critically acclaimed poet Billy Collins will lend his expertise to the Seton Hall community in this PITR event.
|Six Centuries of Sicily|
The La Motta Lecture Series presents UC Berkeley historian Gene Brucker's address on Sicilian self-rule on September 25.
|Murzaku Awarded Fulbright|
The prestigious award allows Murzaku to study Latin and Byzantine religious traditions at the University of Calabria, Italy.
|Discover the prose-poet of NY Life|
A one-day symposium celebrating the life and work of Joseph Mitchell will be held in Jubilee Hall Auditorium on Saturday, May 13 at 10 a.m.
|Keeping Our Water Clean|
Local communities struggle to balance environmental quality with otherneeds. Experts tackle this issue on April 20 at 4 p.m. in Jubilee Hall.
|Cuckoo's Nest Soars at Theatre-in-the-Round|
|Spring Sounds Fill the Air|
|The Jazz Legend at the Hall|
American Jazz Hall of Fame Legend Kenny Barron will perform Tuesday March 28 at 8 p.m. in Jubilee Hall Auditorium.
|Nightline Producer to Speak|
Peabody winner Tom Bettag explores why little foreign news is reported in America in an open lecture on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.
|Nightline Producer to Speak|
|Gray Awarded Fulbright Grant|
Jeffrey Gray, associate professor of English, has been awarded a second Fulbright Fellowship Grant to teach and pursue studies in China.