|Physics Graduate Heads to Copenhagen|
Environmental quest takes Kyle Honsinger to the University of Copenhagen to earn a Master of Science in Climate Change.
|Catholic Studies Major Heads to NJ Med|
Samantha Pettigrew '14, a double major in Biology and Catholic Studies, will be attending Med School in the fall.
|Atom Wall Hits the Big Time|
A notable journal features the research of several chemistry faculty/students and dons the atom wall on its front cover.
|Recently Updated Website|
The JCST Graduate Program has updated their website.
|Pope Francis Renews Appointment|
The Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell, S.T.L., S.S.L., D. Phil., will serve on the Holy See's Commission for five more years.
|Physics Students Teach for a Day|
Four members of the Society of Physics Students visited Dutch Neck Elementary School to take part in its Science Day.
|Summer Stress Reduction Workshop|
Workshop on evidence-based skills to help students reduce and prevent stress.
|SHU Tutopia Event|
Prep for finals by attending our SHU Tutopia Event. Free drop-in tutoring, food, prizes, raffles and fun!
|Prof. Hennessy Publishes New Book|
Her book, The Europeanization of Workplace Pensions, was published by Cambridge University Press (2014).
|Seton Hall's Dido and Aeneas named Top 5 Event of the Week by Star Ledger|
Seton Hall University's arts programs team with MidAtlantic Opera to co-present Henry Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.
|Professor Yates - Woman of the Year|
Professor Deirdre Yates, chair of the Communications Dept, was recently named Seton Hall's Woman of the Year.
|Faculty Receives Solar Energy Research Grant|
Physics Professor Weining Wang received a $35,000 grant for solar energy research with her undergraduate students.
|How to Prep for Finals with the ARC|
Improve, progress & succeed with the Academic Resource Center! Resources are available to help you Prep for Finals.
|The Annual Phi Alpha Theta Lecture|
Plutopia: Nuclear Families, Atomic Cities, and the Great Soviet and American Plutonium Disasters
|Petersheim Academic Exposition 2014|
The Petersheim Academic Exposition 2014: Share, Honor, Unite will take place Tuesday, April 22 through Saturday, April 26, 2014.
|Alumna Honored for Endowment|
Helen Lerner '76 was honored on April 4 for bestowing an endowment to expand the museum seminars abroad program.
|Biological Sciences Symposium|
The Department of Biological Sciences is pleased to present the 7th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium.
|Dr. Murzaku's New Book|
Dr. Ines A. Murzaku's New Book.
|What Makes a Real Man?|
Learn how gender socialization leads to equal discrimination against both men and women.
|Council of Constance Lecture|
Department of Catholic Studies to host "Healing the Church, Uniting the Nations" lecture on April 15 at 4:30 p.m.
|Enhanced Research Improves Lives|
Sergiu Gorun describes how the Center for Functional Materials pursues ground-breaking research to help humanity.
|Farewell | L’Affaire Farewell|
French & Slavic Clubs will be showing movie, Farewell | L'Affaire Farewell in French and Russian with English subtitles.
|Panel Discussion: Do Elections Mean Democracy?|
Join us on Tuesday, April 8 at 12:30 p.m. for a panel discussion on the crisis in Venezuela and Ukraine.
|Baptist and Catholic Dialogue|
Most Rev. Arthur Serratelli and Dr. Timothy George to talk on “The Word of God in the Life of the Church” on April 10.
|Trip to Brighton Beach|
Sat. April 12, 2014, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., Slavic Club is sponsoring its annual trip to Brighton Beach, Coney Island, NY.
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