|8th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium|
The Department of Biology invites students, faculty, and alumni to the 8th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium.
|Delta Epsilon Sigma Induction April 23|
Department of Catholic Studies Delta Epsilon Sigma National Honor Society Induction
|Seton Hall Offers New Master of Social Work|
The College of Arts and Sciences' newest degree program will prepare you for advanced practice in behavioral health.
|Sister Rose Thering Award to Father Frizzell|
Father Lawrence Frizzell, Dir. of the Jewish-Christian Studies Program, to receive Sister Rose Thering Education Award.
|Historian Juliane Fürst at Seton Hall|
Professor Juliane Fürst (University of Bristol) presents her research on the hippie youth movement in the former Soviet Union
|SHU Choirs Present Spring Concert|
The Seton Hall University Choral program presents its annual Spring Choral Celebration on Thursday, April 30 at SOPAC.
|The Child Learning Lab is Now Recruiting!|
Our developmental studies are designed to be fun, age-appropriate games for children between 0 and 5 years of age.
|Boston's Cardinal O'Malley to Give Lecture|
Boston's Cardinal Seán Patrick O'Malley lectures on "Pope Francis and the Hispanic Presence in the Church" on April 22.
|PRSSA Presents the 9th Annual ROPE In Success|
Seton Hall PRSSA has selected published author, professor and journalist Terri McAdoo as the recipient of the ROPE Award.
|Send Silence Packing|
Each year, about 1100 college students are lost to suicide - why aren't we talking about it?
|National Criminal Justice Month Commemorated|
Students and community members gathered for Facts and Fictions of the Criminal Justice System.
|Brighton Beach Trip|
On Saturday, April 18, the Slavic Club will sponsor its annual trip to Brighton Beach.
|Philosophy Essay Contest|
The best undergrad essay that addresses some area of philosophical concern will be awarded a cash prize of $250.
|Poland, Europe’s Champion of Economic Growth|
SLAVIC Club presents lecture by Dr. Richard Hunter, "How Did Poland Become Europe's Champion of Economic Grow?" on Thursday, April 16th.
|Department of Physics Distinguished Lecture|
Professor I. Cevdet Noyan, Columbia University lectures on X-ray Characterization of Nanostructures
|MPA Student Passes Model Ordinance in Orange|
Pau Aragay, a graduate student in an MPA open governance course, helped get a model ordinance passed in the City of Orange.
|Sam Lipsyte Reads at Seton Hall|
Acclaimed novelist Sam Lipsyte reads at 7:00 p.m. on April 16th in the Walsh Gallery as part of Poetry-in-the-Round.
|MPA Alum Lands Job at American Cancer Society|
Ana Campoverde, a recent MPA Graduate recently received employment at the American Cancer Society.
|Fourth Annual Faculty Talent Show|
Faculty perform once again for a charitable cause on March 26th, 6-9, in Pirate's Cove.
|Petersheim Academic Expo Abstract Submissions Now Being Accepted|
Calling all students! Abstract submissions have started for the Petersheim Academic Exposition April 20 - 25.
|Fr. Antonio Spadaro, SJ Returns to Seton Hall|
The Department of Catholic Studies is hosting the return of Fr. Antonio Spadaro, SJ. His lecture is on Cybertheology.
|SHU Choirs to perform in Inaugural Festival|
The SHU Choirs were invited to perform in the inaugural NJ Intercollegiate Choral Festival on March 28 at Rutgers.
|Conference on Women and Gender|
2015 Conference on Women and Gender will feature three sessions, a keynote address by Deborah Gray White and a luncheon.
|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.
Showing 26 - 50 of 948 records:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 >> Show All