|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?
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