|Kwame Anthony Appiah Speaks|
Dr. Kwame Anthony Appiah, Princeton University, presents "My Cosmopolitanism," April 24 at 4:00 p.m.
|New Jersey History prize won by Seton Hall student|
John Rocco Calabro, senior history major, wins Stellhorn Prize for best paper on New Jersey history.
|Evening of Poetry on April 21|
Poets Abena P. A. Busia and David Mills join us to celebrate National Poetry Month with an evening of poetry on April 21.
|Honors given to Dr. Formicola|
Jo Renee Formicola, Ph.D. to be honored by her alma mater, Le Moyne College, for her outstanding accomplishments
|Havana: The New Art of Making Ruins|
German Film Director Florian Borchmeyer will discuss the making of his award-winning documentary filmed in Havana, April 28.
|Wines of the World|
Join Joseph Marbach, Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, for a Sunday afternoon sampling of fine wines paired with gourmet foods.
"She Stoops to Conquer," a production filled with laughs, jokes and side-splitting comedy comes to SOPAC.
|Petersheim Academic Expo|
Celebrate the sights and sounds of student academic achievement, April 14-23.
|Board Leadership Insititute|
Registration is open for the Board Leadership Institute for Nonprofit Leaders. Classes begin on May 8.
|NEH Grant to History Professor|
Dr. Tracey Billado, Department of History, receives NEH Summer Stipend to do research in France.
|WSOU Celebrates 60 Years|
WSOU-FM, Seton Hall's award-winning radio station, turns 60 on April 14, 2008. What's a birthday without a party?!
|Golden Door Film on April 9|
Italian Film Series presents the screening of Golden Door and introduction by Anthony J. Tamburri, on April 9 at 6:00 p.m.
|How To Control Disease or Fire|
Dr. Fred Roberts gives Charles Franke Memorial Lecture on Graph
Theory Models on Friday, April 4 at 1:00 PM
|Africana Diplomacy and the U.N.|
Africana Panel Discussion Series focuses on Africana Diplomacy and the United Nations Experience on April 2.
|Ko Receives N.I.H. Funding|
Current N.I.H. funded research in the department of Biological Sciences receives year 5 grant.
|Business Ethics – Best Practices|
Online Business Ethics course was highlighted at the NJEdge.net 9th Annual Faculty Best
Practices Showcase on March 18.
|Brighton Beach Trip on April 5|
Experience a different culture without leaving the country!
|Join Us for Japan Week 2008!|
Come immerse yourself in centuries of Japanese culture during Japan
Week 2008 from April 7-11.
|ESPN's Ley Speaks at SHU|
Hear ESPN anchor and SHU alumnus Bob Ley '76 speak in Jubilee Hall
auditorium at 2 p.m. on March 18.
|Summer Study Program in Rome|
Study Italian in Rome from June 13 to July 13, 2008: Earn 6 credits and fulfill your language requirement.
|Attend SHU Images Festival|
Alumni and friends of Seton Hall are invited to attend the Images Festival, an exhibition of student work from computer graphics to film, video and photography.
|Wines of the World|
Join Joseph Marbach, Acting Dean, College of Arts and Sciences for a wine tasting on Sunday, May 4 at 3:30 p.m.
|Department of English Hosts 31st NJCEA Conference|
The annual NJCEA conference will be held on March 29 at Seton Hall.
|Poetry and Perspective|
Come listen to acclaimed poet James McCorkle as he reads some of his
latest work and signs copies of his new book.
|15th Annual Evening of Roses|
Seymour and Pearl Lehrhoff will be honored for their monumental
contributions to the Sister Rose Thering Endowment.
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