|Reporting from Havana|
“The Peculiar Reality of Reporting from Havana” by Vicente Botín, Former Havana correspondent for Televisión Español.
|Democracy and the Media in Mexico|
A Conversation with Rubén Beltrán, Consul General of Mexico in New York, April 19 at 5:30 p.m.
|Financial Aid Grants|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute provides grants for students of Latino/Hispanic heritage.
|Brownson Student Awarded!|
Senior, Emily Coady named to the American Forensics Association All American Team
|Speech Team ranks at the top|
With only a team of seven, The Brownson Speech Team places 13th in the nation!
|Medieval Monasticism in Italy|
Professor Giles Constable to speak about Medieval Monasticism in Magna Graeca - Southern Italy on April 28 at 5 p.m.
|Internet and Society Lecture|
John Palfrey author of "Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives" will speak on April 12.
|NEH Award to History Professor|
Kirsten Schultz, Ph.D., Department of History wins NEH Summer Grant.
|Professor Receives ORCS Award|
Professor Augustine receives award from Organic Reactions Catalysis Society recognizing his service to the organization.
|Biological Sciences Symposium|
The 3rd Annual symposium on April 21 will highlight student research. The keynote speaker is Dr. Hermann Stellar.
“Democracy and the Media in Mexico” with Julia Preston, New York Times National Correspondent and Pulitzer Prize Winner.
|The Foreigner by Larry Shue|
The Department of Communication presents "The Foreigner" at the South Orange Performing Arts Center April 16 - 25.
|Africana Lecture Series 2009-10|
Distinguished author and professor Elizabeth Nunez to give Africana lecture on April 21 at 5:30 p.m.
|Africana Lecture Series 2009-10|
Director Clairmont Chung screens and discusses his debut film about the life of Walter Anthony Rodney on April 26.
|Women in Corporate America|
Author Margy Binion '74 to speak about experiences in the corporate world on April 13 at 5 p.m.
|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.
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