|Phys. Dept. 2014 Newsletter|
Started in 2012, the annual Phys. Dept. Newsletter highlights students' achievement and activities.
|Summer Study Abroad in Italy|
Study travel writing during a two week course in Italy in summer 2015 through the English department.
|Food Drive and Closing Event|
Local art students win Food Drive Contest and participate in workshop at Pierro Gallery. Closing event on Nov. 20, 7-9 p.m.
|Spend Spring Break in South Dakota|
The Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences will host a Servant Leadership Experience to South Dakota.
|Africana Speaker-Lecture Series|
American journalist, book critic and author Gaiutra Bahadur to lecture on November 19 at 7 p.m.
|Expert Led Nonprofit Workshops|
The Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute (NSRI) at Seton Hall University will host sustainability workshops on 12/1.
|Count Basie Orchestra Comes to SOPAC|
The Count Basie Orchestra, known as the "Swingingest Band in all the Land" since 1935, is still going strong today.
|A Dance of Hope Comes to SOPAC|
Seton Hall co-sponsors an inspiring event by choreographer Carolyn Dorfman on November 13. Get your free tickets today!
Join Mr. Len Moskowitz for a weekly Torah portion seminar.
|Dr. Regis Martin at Seton Hall|
Noted theologian Dr. Regis Martin sheds light and hope on the nature of a “fallen world” with upcoming presentation.
|Catholic Studies Sponsors NJ Forum Panel|
Department of Catholic Studies is sponsoring "New Jersey-State of Civil Church Liberty" panel in 2014 New Jersey Forum.
|Study Abroad in Spain|
The Department of Catholic Studies will head to Spain for a 10-day study abroad trip over spring break.
|Seton Hall Families to Host International Students for Thanksgiving Dinner|
Students will have a chance to take part in an American Thanksgiving as the University community makes room at their dinner table.
|Chinese Teachers Roundtable|
Teachers gathered to network, share teaching experience, and discuss challenges and solutions in teaching Chinese.
|Discussion on Historic House Museum|
Join us for a conversation between Sally Yerkovich and Kenneth Turino to discuss the fate of historic house museums.
|A Lesson in Leadership|
Prof. John Paitakes asks Port Authority Police Chief Louis Koumoutsos to speak to his Leadership and Management class.
|The Global Christian Forum|
Department of Catholic Studies presents: The Global Christian Forum A New Ecumenical Development for the 21st Century
|Women, Reason, and Philosophy|
Philosophers Speak, “Feeling the Way to Truth,” a talk by Dr. Christia Mercer (Columbia) on Wed, Nov 5 at 5 p.m.
|Ines A. Murzaku is Headed to Moscow|
Prof. Ines Angeli Murzaku is Headed to Moscow to Participate in Inter-religious Conference.
|Local Mayor Co-Teaches MPA Class|
The mayor and chairman are co-instructors on a course for MPA graduate school.
|Certificate in Russian Studies|
Are you interested in Russia and Eastern Europe? Seton Hall offers a certificate program that might pique your interest. Learn more on October 30.
|25 Years After the Berlin Wall|
Pr. Jan Kubik of Rutgers University will deliver a talk on the end of Communism and how it is remembered.
|Communication and the Arts Mentoring|
Are you interested in meeting with a mentor to help you better prepare for your career? Apply for the Communication Honors Associates Mentor Program.
|D.T. Max Reads at Seton Hall|
Biographer D.T. Max will read and discuss his work as part of the Poetry-in-the-Round reading series.
|Chalcedon and its Consequences|
Catholic Studies is hosting a lecture entitled: "Chalcedon and its Geo-Ecclesiological Consequences" on October 28.
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