|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.
|Feel the Rhythm with Jack Kent|
Experience renowned R&B and Jazz musician Jack Kent and Project
Jazz as they perform hits from the Golden Age of Jazz.
|Eduardo Lago's Personal Map|
The spicy literature of Spain and Latin America comes to Seton Hall
via Brooklyn on March 12.
|Clothes for Living and Dying|
London-based artist Margareta Kern will present Clothes for Living
|History Day comes to Seton Hall|
Seton Hall will host a history competition for middle and high
school students from northern New Jersey.
|Professor Gray Named Geraldine R. Dodge Fellow|
Professor Jeffrey Gray, Department of English, has been named the Geraldine R. Dodge Fellow of 2007.
|Nonprofit Finance Certificate|
Learn to make effective use of financial information in nonprofit
management and governance starting March 29, 2008
|Psychology Lunch Talk Series|
Psychology faculty, graduate students and visiting researchers
discuss their research beginning Feb. 15.
|Public Service Month Events|
Gain first-hand information about a career in the public service,
nonprofit and faith based sectors.
|I Want My PTV!|
Seton Hall’s Pirate TV is now on the air 24 hours a day.
|China Night 2008|
The Asian Studies Department invites you to celebrate the Chinese
Lunar New Year at 7 p.m., Feb. 7.
|June-In-China Program, June 5-18, 2008|
The Stillman School of Business and the Department of Asian Studies
at the Seton Hall University, in collaboration with the University of
International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing, China, offer
the June-In-China Program.
|Women's Studies Writing Prize|
The Elizabeth Ann Seton Center for Women’s Studies is accepting
essays on gender studies for its annual essay contest.
|January Pirate Press Profile|
After a lot of coffee and collaboration, recent graduates Donahue
and Aurilio wrote an original Christmas comedy.
|Legend Leon Fleisher Performs|
World-Renowned Pianist, Leon Fleisher to Perform at Seton Hall's
Arts Council Concert Series at SOPAC
|Students perform Nephew Fred!|
Theatre students perform a twist on a holiday classic of Charles
Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol' at SOPAC.
|NJ DEC Fall Plenary Session|
Free Trade Agreements in Latin America are opening new doors to business.
|Museum Grant Creates Institute|
Janet Marstine awarded 21st Century Museum Professionals grants to establish the Institute of Museum Ethics.
|PITR Reading, Nov. 6|
Rebecca Curtis reads from her collection of short
stories, Twenty Grand and Other Tales of Love &
Money, Nov. 6.
|Fundraising Event to Celebrate Peru|
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute invites you to celebrate
|SHU Honors Rabbi Brill|
Come meet the newly appointed Cooperman-Ross Endowed Chair in
Jewish-Christian Studies on Oct. 9 at 7 p.m.
|New Jersey Election Preview|
Examine the NJ Assembly and Senate races, and learn how the next
Legislature will work with the Governor's office.
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