|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.
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