|Building Nonprofit Capacity|
Learn board leadership and financial management skills needed to
help nonprofit organizations fulfill their missions.
|Grammy Winner at Seton Hall|
Douglas Purviance, a faculty member in the Music Program, Wins
Grammy Award for Best Large Jazz Ensemble.
|History Day Comes to SHU|
On March 21, Seton Hall will host the National History Day contest
for New Jersey middle and high school students.
|Exploring Post-Soviet Spaces|
Photographer Jason Eskenazi presents “Wonderland: A Photographic
Journey through Post-Soviet Spaces” on March 5th
|Pharmaceutical Research Seminar|
Stephen Scypinski, Ph.D. ’84, to lecture on 21st Century
Pharmaceutical Developments on February 17 at 5:45 PM
|Study Abroad and the President|
Many top advisers have spent part of their lives living and studying
|Summer Study Abroad Programs|
The Department of Modern Languages offers four-week faculty-led
summer study abroad programs in France, Italy and Spain
|Internship Program in the UK|
The United Kingdom has changed its rules of eligibility for students
who are looking to do internships.
|Study in Brazil or Portugal|
International Studies Abroad (ISA), a third party provider at the OIP, is now offering study tours to the beautiful coastal city of Florianópolis in Southern Brazil.
|Women’s Studies Writing Prize|
13th Annual Elizabeth Ann Seton Women’s Studies Writing Contest for
Best College Essay on Women’s or Gender Studies
|Psychology LunchTalk Series|
Psychology faculty, graduate students, and invited scholars share
their latest research
|Poland and European Union|
Dr. Richard Hunter discusses the issues of Poland’s integration into
the European Union on February 12 at 6 p.m.
|Call for Nominations|
The 2009 New Jersey Japanese Language Study Awards for High
School Students Nomination Deadline is February 15, 2009
|Africana Lecture Series|
Author and independent scholar, Jeffrey Perry, speaks at the
Africana Writer/Speaker Lecture Series, February 18 at 4PM
|Is the tail wagging the dog?|
Study finds that protein trimming by genetic engineering results in
a “tail-less” light receptor with visual impairments
|Call for Papers for Symposium|
The 12th Annual Graduate Student and School Teacher Symposium on
Japanese Studies is accepting presentation proposals
|Shakespearean Comedy at SOPAC|
Shakespearean battle of the sexes in Seton Hall Theatre’s production
of “The Taming of the Shrew” opens February 20
|Multicultural Film & Lectures|
Keeping You Posted - The Multicultural Film & Lecture Series
schedule of free events for Spring 2009
|Study Abroad Fair|
Ever thought about studying in an exotic foreign country? Need experiences that will improve your job marketability?
|Chinese scholar passes away|
Dr. John DeFrancis, a former professor of Seton Hall’s Institute of
Far Eastern Studies, passed away on January 2nd
|Gospel Choir at SOPAC|
Seton Hall University Gospel Choir celebrates Black History Month at
SOPAC on February 1, 2009
|Seeking Past Slavic Club Members and Russian Studies Majors|
If you are an alumnus who was a member of either group, we want to
|Professor is UN representative|
Susan A. Nolan, Ph.D. has been appointed as an American
Psychological Association representative to the United Nations.
|Thomas Christians in India|
Dr. Liam Brockey, "Doubting Thomas: Early Encounters between
Portuguese and Indian Christians, 1500-1600,” February 5th
|Awarding Winning Year for WSOU|
Seton Hall’s student-run radio station turned 2008 into another
award winning year for WSOU.
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