|Women and Gender Studies Conference|
The 2014 conference, free to the Seton Hall Community, features speaker Nisha Varia of Human Rights Watch.
|Seton Hall Student Meets Lord Mayor of Dublin|
Seton Hall student Daniela Rios is studying in Ireland at American College, met with the Lord Mayor of Dublin last week.
|Pope Francis' Vision of the Church|
Fr. Antonio Spadaro to talk on “My Door Is Always Open – Pope Francis’ Vision of the Church” on March 20, 2014 at 5 p.m.
|Philosophy Essay Competition|
The best essay will win a $250 cash prize! Open to all undergraduates
|Minor in Ethics and Applied Ethics|
Learn to Think Critically about Pressing Ethical Issues in your Life and Profession.
|Passaic County Prosecutor on Empowerment|
As part of the "Hablemos" series, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes will speak about student empowerment!
|UG Summer Research Fellowships|
Seton Hall University has been awarded summer undergraduate student research fellowships for STEM areas through NASA.
|Pope John XXIII and the Jews|
David Dalin, noted scholar of American Jewish History & Catholic-Jewish relations, will speak on March 30.
|Lecture by Cheryl Sterling|
Dr. Cheryl Sterling will deliver a lecture on "African Roots, Brazilian Rites: Cultural and National Identity in Brazil"
|Theology and Vegetarianism|
Jeffrey Cohan, Rabbi Eliyahu Soiefer and Dr. Judith Stark will discuss the theological ideal of vegetarianism.
|Poles & Jews during World War II|
This study day will examine the heroic witness of Jan Karski and the tragedy of the Jedwabne pogrom.
|PAC Distinguished Lecture Series|
The PAC Distinguished Lecture Series welcomes Dr. Amy Needham to present her research.
|Thibaudet Performs for Seton Hall|
World renowned pianist, Jean Yves Thibaudet, to perform on the Seton Hall Classical Series at SOPAC.
|Annual Piano Sale|
Hundreds of instruments for sale at Seton Hall in March
|Dr. Christina Greer to Visit|
Discussion surrounding her book - Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream.
|To Kill A Mockingbird|
Come see Seton Hall Theatre's Production of To Kill A Mockingbird, directed by Prof. Deirdre Yates this February!
|Arcadia – Call for Submissions|
Arcadia – Catholic Studies Student Journal Call for Submissions
Your Voice - Your Journal - Arcadia -"Et In Arcadia Ego - there am I"
|Professor Opens Seminar in Barcelona|
Professor Connell of History, February 6, gave the first seminar in a series on Machiavelli in the University of Barcelona.
|Fr. Warren Hall on CNN|
Catholic Studies Professor Fr. Warren Hall reflects on a Supernatural Super Bowl on CNN and NorthJersey.com
|Child Learning Lab is Recruiting|
The Child Learning Lab in the Department of Psychology in Jubilee Hall is Recruiting Participants!
|Talk on St. Jerome's Slavic Letters|
"The Slavic Letters of St. Jerome" lecture to take place on Feb. 25 at 5 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge, UC.
|Native American Lecture Series|
The College of Arts and Sciences Hosts a Native American Lecture Series in February
|Politics of Energy Dependency|
Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania between Domestic Oligarchs and Russian Pressure
|Susan Choi Reads at Seton Hall|
Acclaimed novelist Susan Choi reads at Seton Hall on Tuesday, February 25 at 7 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
|Council of Constance Lecture|
The Department of Catholic Studies to host a lecture about the Council of Constance on Feb. 18 at 4:30 p.m. in NU113.
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