|Mayhew Awarded Loeb Grant|
Robert Mayhew, Ph.D. was awarded a Loeb Foundation Grant from
Harvard University to support research during Summer 2009.
|Wines of the World, April 26|
Join College of Arts and Sciences alumni, faculty and friends for an
afternoon sampling of fine wines paired with gourmet foods.
|Study Abroad in Summer 2009|
The College of Arts and Science is offering undergraduate and
graduate faculty-led study abroad courses this summer.
|Japan Week 2009 Activities|
Welcome to Japan Week 2009 Eclipse and Transformation: Rebuilding
Global Society with a New Paradigm, March 30-April 3.
|Scholarships to Japan|
A way to pay for your adventure in the Far East. Learn more about
"The Bridging Scholarship".
|Online Courses in Summer 2009|
The College of Arts and Science is offering a series of
undergraduate and graduate courses online this summer.
|Murzaku is UN Representative|
Ines A. Muzaku, Ph.D., Religious Studies Professor, has been
appointed a CAREE Representative at the United Nations.
|Study in Paradise|
Want to spend three weeks studying in Paradise? Join Seton Hall
Students as they explore the culture of St. Thomas.
|Rex Page to speak about hard-core Software Engineering|
“Hard-Core Software Engineering” lecture by Professor Rex Page,
University of Oklahoma, on March 20 at 2:00 PM.
|A Rare Roman Coin Collection|
See ancient Roman coins at Seton Hall University presented by
Rinaldo D’Argenio on March 16 at 6:00 PM, Walsh Library.
|NEH Award to History Professor|
Mark Molesky, Ph.D., wins a prestigious 2009 NEH summer grant to
study in Portugal and the United Kingdom.
"Relativistic Views of Knowledge and Morality,” a lecture by Dr.
Paul Boghossian on March 26 at 5 p.m.
Dr. Manfred Minimair is co-organizing the session on Elimination
Theory and Applications at the 2009 ACA Conference.
|Chemistry and Computer Algebra|
Dr. Manfred Minimair is co-organizing the session on Chemistry and
Computer Algebra at the 2009 ACA Conference.
|Scholarships Now Available|
Graduate students interested in nonprofit and public sector careers
can apply for partial scholarships for 2009-2010.
|Physics Research Colloquium|
Professor Robert Bartynski will lecture on dye-sensitized solar
cells on March 5 at 5:00 p.m.
|“Black in the U.S.S.R.”|
Dr. Maxim Matusevich’s article is published in the 100th anniversary
issue of the prestigious Transition Magazine.
|Modern Diplomacy Lecture|
Consul General of Mexico Rubén Beltrán gives talk on Modern
Diplomacy and the role for a Consulate on March 4 at 4 p.m.
|The Brentano String Quartet|
Tonight at SOPAC, the Arts Council presents the Brentano String
Quartet performing "The Seven Last Words of Christ".
|Biblical Theology Bulletin|
Quarterly journal formerly published at Seton Hall University now is
available online with Sage Publications.
|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
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