|Student Presents at Prestigious Conference|
Pierce Willans, a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, was one of two students selected to present a paper in Washington, DC.
|WSOU Contributes to Billboard Chart|
WSOU is now the only student-run college radio station nationally to contribute to Billboard's Mainstream Rock Chart.
|Greeks and Jews during World War II|
The Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program is sponsoring the study day, Greeks & Jews during WWII on April 14, 2015.
|The Rationality of Religious Belief|
Philosophers Speak lecture, Dr. Bryan Frances on "Why Philosophers Take Religion Seriously without Evidence".
|Rabbi Carter to Lecture at Seton Hall|
Rabbi Carter of Park Slope Jewish Center in Brooklyn to speak on Sustainability during Shmita or the Sabbath Year.
|NASA-SHU Summer 2015 Fellowships|
Professor Sahiner (PI) confirms Seton Hall has been awarded 10 undergraduate student research fellowships for Summer 2015 NASA Fellowships.
|Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute Turns 10|
Join the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute in celebrating its 10th anniversary with a series of events.
|Gevirtz Named Senior Editor of Int'l Journal|
Professor Karen Gevirtz is named senior editor of the 18th-century section of the academic journal, Literature Compass.
|Upcoming Women’s Studies Talk|
Come hear Dr. Melissa Estes Blair answer the question: "Was Your Mom a Feminist?"
|Author Lev Golinkin at Seton Hall|
Writer Lev Golinkin presents his acclaimed new memoir "A Backpack, a Bear, and Eight Crates of Vodka"
|Easter Egg Decorating Workshop|
Join the Slavic Club to learn the ancient art of decorating Easter Eggs: March 19th, 2015, 6:30pm, in A&S 110.
|Catholic Life in Literature with Dr. McGlone|
The Department of Catholic Studies is hosting a reading from Viper's Tangle by Francois Mauriac.
|Department of Catholic Studies Awards Scholarships|
The Department of Catholic Studies is pleased to announce the seven students that were awarded scholarships this Spring.
|Islamic Theologian to Speak at Seton Hall|
Islamic Theologian, Dr. Jerusha Lamptey, to speak on the Topic of Islam and Religious Diversity.
|NSRI Hosts Expert Led Workshops|
Participants Will Receive Certificate Upon Successful Completion of Each Workshop.
|Multiple Grammy Nominee Bobby Sanabria Visits Seton Hall!|
Masters of Afro-Cuban jazz and beyond, multiple Grammy nominee musicians Bobby Sanabria and Quarteto Aché visit Seton Hall University!
|Dr. Justin Anderson is Headed to Manila|
The Dept. of Catholic Studies is sponsoring Dr. Justin Anderson, Assistant professor at ICS, at a conference in Manila
|Study Abroad Fair|
Come out and learn about study abroad opportunities through Seton Hall Faculty-led programs and third party providers.
|Solidarity in Healthcare|
The Department of Catholic Studies is presenting a lecture by Riccardo Colasanti, MD, 2/18 on "Solidarity in Healthcare"
|MPA Alumni Elected Freeholder Board|
MPA Alumni Elected Freeholder Board President of Essex County.
|Social Media Branding and Job Searching for College Students|
Attend this workshop on social media branding and job searching for college students. The workshop will take place on March 19 at 6 p.m.
|MPA Student Interns for United Nations|
Third Year dual Master's degree Student, Matthew Kuczynski had the opportunity to intern as a Public Administrations intern for the Economic and Social Affairs Department at the United Nations.
|Julia Fiedorczuk Reads at SHU|
Polish poet and translator Julia Fiedorczuk will read from her work on March 17 at 7 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
|Summer Study Abroad 2015|
Learn about Summer Study opportunities in Spain, China, France, Rome and Japan. Come to Fahy 202 on Feb. 18, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
|Chinese Opera Performs Shakespeare|
Two live operas staged by Wuhan Opera Troupe. Chinese opera combines music, drama, dancing, comedy, and acrobatics
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