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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"

“Manana Forever”

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.

Religious Conference

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.

Hide/Seek: Ethics Conference

The Institute of Museum Ethics announces a conference, Hide/ Seek: Museums, Ethics, and the Press, a public conversation.

Phi Alpha Theta Lecture

"Jews, Germans and Allies: Close Encounters in Occupied Germany" by Atina Grossmann.

Petersheim Opening Reception

The Opening Reception for the Petersheim Academic Exposition is Tuesday, April 12 at 12 p.m. All are welcome to attend.

Does Religion Cause Violence?

As part of Theologians Speak, William Cavanaugh, of DePaul University, will present this lecture on Thursday, April 7.

Philosophers Speak

Dr. Douglas Husak (Rutgers) lectures on The Morality of Criminalization, April 14, 5:30-6:30 p.m., McNulty Amphitheatre.

Deborah Eisenberg Reads at SHU

Deborah Eisenberg, winner of the 2010 Pen/Faulkner award, reads from her fiction as part of Poetry-in-the-Round.

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