Anthony DePalma to speak on The Devil We Know: Seeking Change in
Latin America and the United States on October 15, 2008 at
|Museum Ethics Conference|
The Institute of Museum Ethics is holding its inaugural conference
on November 15, 2008 at Seton Hall University
|See Arms and the Man at SOPAC|
Seton Hall Theatre presents Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw,
directed by Dr. James McGlone
|Writing Center is closed for Fall Break|
The SHU Writing Center is closed on Friday, October 10, 2008.
|The Legacy of Trina Padilla de Sanz|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute receives donation of documents
of Puerto Rican poet, suffragist and composer.
|Study Abroad Fair|
Ever thought about studying in an exotic foreign country? Need experiences that will improve your job marketability?
|Help WSOU Win a Woodie|
If you love The Loudest Rock, vote for WSOU to win a mtvU Woodie
Award in the Best College Radio Station category. Voting ends Oct. 6.
|Chemistry Research Seminar|
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s weekly seminar features
Dr. Alexander Y. Fadeev on Tuesday, September 30
|Paul Robeson Tribute|
“The Life and Times of Paul Robeson” is a dramatic one man monologue presented by Stogie Kenyatta on September 23
|Join the Multicultural Film & Lecture Series|
The Multicultural Film and Lecture Series presents monthly films on the South Orange campus, free admission.
|Fall 2008 Psychology Lectures|
A forum for psychology faculty, graduate students, and invited scholars to share their research. All are welcome.
|Parole Board Chair to Speak|
Plan on attending an informative presentation by an experienced government leader on October 1 at 2:30 PM
|Tony Macaluso’s Formal Seminar|
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s weekly seminar: Tony Macaluso presents his Formal Seminar, September 23, 2008
|Project SEED Poster Session|
Summer educational scientific research program for disadvantaged
high school students holds annual poster session at SHU
Lecture on Russian nationalism and cosmopolitanism as reflected in the works of Vladimir Nabokov on October 2nd.
|Help Nonprofits Build Capacity|
Nonprofit organizations need people with skills to help them fulfill their charitable purposes.
|Seminar on Uv-Generated Free Radicals and Self-Tanners|
Nada Khan presents her Formal Seminar on September 16th at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s weekly seminar.
|Computer Scientist Visits SHU|
Olivier Danvy, famed computer scientist, delivers an invited talk on cutting-edge research, September 16 at 4 p.m.
|Sandra Lee's Italian Americans|
The Alberto Institute hosts a book lecture with Dr. Sandra Lee and its annual scholarship award ceremony on September 30
|Murzaku’s Humboldt Fellowship|
Ines Angeli Muzaku, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Religious Studies wins Humboldt Research Fellowship
|Professor Hewitt Attends White House Conference|
SHU Represented at White House Faith-Based and Community Initiatives Conference: Innovations in Effective Compassion
|“Honey” Russell Award to Kaba|
Dr. Amadu Jacky Kaba, a former Seton Hall basketball player, is
presented with the 2008 John D. “Honey” Russell Award.
|Award for Chemistry Professor|
Wyatt Rory Murphy, Jr. honored by the North Jersey Section of the American Chemical Society for Excellence in Education
|Artist Lauren Schiller Honored|
Lauren Schiller was recognized by New Jersey State Council on the Arts and New American Paintings, a juried publication.
|Dr. Morazán Edits New Book|
Trends in Functional Programming Volume 8, edited by Dr.
Marco Morazan, was recently published by University of Chicago
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