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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.

Building Re-Location

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!

Resurrection Blues

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.

Petersheim Expo

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.

Scholarships Open

The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute is now offering two scholarship opportunities for students.

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