|Theatre-in-the-Round: Almost, Maine|
Crystal Dickinson ’98 returns to Seton Hall as guest director of Almost, Maine, a romantic comedy, December 4-7
|Dr. Harry Frankfurt|
Dr. Harry Frankfurt, emeritus professor of philosophy at Princeton, speaks on "Moral Responsibility,” December 4 at 4PM.
|2008-2009 AFAM Lecture Series|
Fiction Author and Professor Karen King-Aribisala kicks off the first lecture of the 2008-2009 Africana Lecture Series.
|Researchers of the Year|
College of Arts and Sciences honors Dr. Petra Chu and Dr. Lonnie Athens
|Small Town/Big Sculpture|
Tau, the monumental sculpture by renowned artist and South Orange native, Tony Smith, to be installed on November 19.
|Dr. Stark Receives Award|
Hudson River Conservancy’s 20th anniversary honors Dr. Stark and other environmentalists for Hudson River Walkway work
|NIH Grant Received|
Kelly Goedert, Ph.D. is co-investigator on National Institutes of Health grant to research spatial neglect treatments
|Scholarship Info Session|
Learn about nationally competitive awards, such as the Fulbright, Boren, Udall, and Rhodes scholarships, November 13.
The Department of State's Diversity Lottery is now accepting applications.
|Research Agreement with Taiwan|
China Medical University in Taiwan, College of Pharmacy and SHU’s College of Arts & Sciences sign research agreement.
|Share Your Int'l Experience|
Share your experiences as an international student or a student abroad on the OIP web site and SHUTube!
|Welcome PMPDPP Class of 2012 |
On June 22nd, nine Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program students started on a journey that would soon change their lives…
Information about the Mandatory International Student and Scholar Orientation for Spring 2009
Are you a thrill seeker, a marine enthusiast, a surfer or a skier? Learn more about study in Australia and New Zealand.
|Dr. Morazán to chair IFL 2009|
Dr. Morazán elected program committee chair of the 21st IFL
Symposium at Seton Hall University in September 2009.
|The Father and the Babe|
Who IS the greatest baseball player of all time? Gehrig? Mantle?
Williams? ARod? Find out the answer on October 31st.
|The Mathematics of the Democratic Presidential Primary|
Visiting speaker Dr. Jennifer Wilson discusses vote-tallying methods
and the 2008 Democratic Primary, October 24 at 1PM
|Sana Krasikov’s Short Stories|
Award-winning author presents her work on post-Soviet identities and
American dreams on November 13.
|Dr. Lang Research Seminar|
Dr. Brian Lang, Senior Application Scientist, Biacore Systems, GE Healthcare Life Sciences, presenting his research
|Unilever Recruiting Event|
Do you need an internship or an full-time position? Join us on
Thursday, Oct. 23 to learn what Unilever has to offer.
|Dr. Harry G. Brittain, Ph.D.,|
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry’s weekly seminar featured
former Faculty Member, Dr. Harry G. Brittain
|Rotary Club Service Award|
Professor David Bossman to receive Rotary Service Beyond Self Award,
October 30 at Mayfair Farms.
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
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