|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.
|A Lecture on Leadership|
Arthur Ainsberg: "Shackleton Leadership Lessons"
Jorge Castañeda presents his book “Mañana Forever” on September 29 at 6 p.m. in the Jubilee Hall Auditorium.
|SHU Senior Nabs Fulbright|
The prestigious grant will take Meghan Dixon, a senior English major, to Taiwan for 11 months in 2011-2012.
|Sahiner Awarded SEMATECH Grant|
Dr. Sahiner's SEMATECH Grant has been renewed for one more year.
|Forensics at Seton Hall|
The College of Arts & Sciences highlights interdisciplinary ventures with a new video, the first in a series entitled “In Collaboration.”
|Murzaku Wins Humboldt Fellowship|
Ines Angeli Murzaku, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Religion wins Humboldt Fellowship Extension.
|MHA Upsilon Phi Delta Induction|
NJ Assistant Health Commissioner Patricia A. Polansky speaks to 22 MHA
inductees at the UPD Ceremony on May 4.
|College to Career: Scholarship|
Participate in the “Latino Essay Contest”, you would win 1 of 10 $750 scholarships.
|Free Software Foundation at SHU|
Richard Stallman, founder of the Free Software Foundation and the GNU, visits Seton Hall University on April 19.
|Student Art Show|
Art and music students present their work on Wednesday starting at 3 p.m. at Les Arts Preview.
|Carl Wilkens, the Hero of Rwanda|
Carl Wilkens survived Rwandan genocide as the only American remaining in the country. His heroism inspired several films.
|Dr. Suffel to Give Math Lecture|
On April 15, Prof. Charles L. Suffel of Stevens Tech will give the 17th annual
Charles Franke Memorial Lecture.
|Setonian Wins 12 NJ Press Awards|
The Setonian won 12 awards in the 2010-2011 New Jersey College Newspaper
contest, including 1st in deadline reporting.
Is Religion Relevant in the Age of Science? A Panel Discussion Exploring the Future of Faith in the Modern World.
|El Velorio-Martorell's Wake|
A Book Presentation by Maestro Antonio Martorell of Fransisco Oller's, El Velorio.
|Latino Scholarships Open!|
Through a special fund, the Latino Institute at Seton Hall University is able to provide grants to qualifying students.
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