|Nabokov and Jane Austen|
Lecture, Nabokov and Austen: of Praise and Prejudice, by Dr. Catharine Nepomnyashchy, from Barnard College on April 22.
|On the Irish Waterfront|
Historian James T. Fisher chronicles the challenges posed by crime and corruption at local ports in the last century.
|17th Evening of Roses at SOPAC|
Joshua Bell, world-renowned violinist, to receive the Sister Rose Thering Endowment’s 2010 Humanitarian of the Year award.
|Athens Gives Lecture in Italy|
Dr. Lonnie Athens delivered the keynote address at a conference hosted by the Italian Ministry of Juvenile Justice.
|IRS Workshop a Success!|
Over 120 nonprofit leaders recently attended an IRS workshop hosted by Seton Hall's Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute.
|Toxic Legacy of 9/11|
What was in the toxic clouds of dust and ash that followed destruction of the World Trade Center? Find out on March 23.
|Africana Humanitarianism Panel|
3rd Annual Africana Panel Discussion Series focuses on combating humanitarian crisis in Africana societies on March 25.
|Paid Summer Internships|
Apply by March 12 for the Hispanic Interns in Community Service Program and Latino Leaders Fellowship Institute.
|New Jersey in the Revolution|
Revolutionary War re-enactor Steve Santucci will discuss the making of a new film on Morristown on March 22 at 4 p.m.
|Los Angeles Guitar Quartet|
The Grammy-winning Lost Angeles Guitar Quartet performs for Seton Hall’s Classical Series April 8 at 7:30 p.m. at SOPAC.
|SHU Has Two Truman Finalists|
The Truman Scholarship Foundation has named two Seton Hall students as national finalists in the 2010 competition.
|Easter Egg Decorating Workshop|
Learn with Slavic and German Clubs the ancient art of decorating Easter Eggs on March 25, 6-8:30 p.m.
|Study Abroad in St. Petersburg|
Spend three weeks in June immersed in the history and culture of one of the world's most beautiful and mysterious cities
|Irish Studies Discussion|
Ever wonder what it really takes to pull off a great Saint Patrick's Day celebration?
|Slavic Club to Brighton Beach|
Experience a different culture without leaving the country! - with the Slavic Club’s trip to Brighton Beach on April 17.
|Stark Named to NJ Council|
Dr. Judith Stark was recently named to the New Jersey Environmental Justice Council for the NJDEP.
|Seton Hall Response to the UN|
Seton Hall Response to the UN Call to UNite to End Violence against Women on March 3 at 2:30 p.m.
|Much Ado at SOPAC|
The Department of Communication presents "Much Ado About Nothing" at SOPAC on February 19-21 and 26-28.
|History Day Comes to Seton Hall|
On February 27, Seton Hall will host a history competition for middle and high school students from northern New Jersey.
|Women and Gender Studies Prize|
Monetary award for best college essay on Women’s or Gender Studies
|Footsteps of the Saints|
The Center for Catholic Studies and the School of Theology are sponsoring a study tour to Italy, May 19 - June 3, 2010.
|The American Revolution|
Award winning author John Fea to talk about his book on the American Revolution in South Jersey, March 15 at 2:30 pm
|Writer David Henry Hwang|
The Poetry-in-the-Round Series presents author David Henry Hwang, Tuesday, February 9 at 7 p.m., Walsh Gallery.
|Music History Study in Italy|
Experience a musical and cultural immersion in Italy with a major musical festival, June 30 - July 17, 2010.
|Alum Carries Olympic Torch|
MASCL alum Lavinder Mangat recently became a member of Canada's Olympic Torch Relay Team for the 2010 Winter Olympics.
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