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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.

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