|Philosophy Essay Prize Winner|
Student Drew Holden's "Climate Change, Environmental Ethics, and the Notion of Permissible Harm" is a winner.
|Professor of the Year Award|
Dr. Paige Fisher is awarded the College of Arts and Sciences Professor of the Year Award.
|Students on Religion and Culture|
Take a look at what your peers are saying about religion and
|The Kinship of Catholics and Jews|
Podcasts of the The Kinship of Catholics and Jews radio
program is now available for free through the iTunes Store®
|UVSO Public Service Award|
Dr. Roseanne Mirabella, professor of Political Science and Public
Affairs, earns the UVSO award for public service.
|Murzaku to Attend UNESCO Conference|
Dr. Murzaku has been invited to present at UN/UNESCO Third World
Conference: Dialogue among Religions and Civilizations.
Students of the Music Program shine in solo Classical and Popular
selections presented at the Spring Recital Showcase.
|Petersheim Expo Begins April 22|
Petersheim Academic Exposition celebrates academic achievement as
community comes together to "Share, Honor and Unite."
Thursday, April 25, 6:30 p.m., Slavic Club is holding its
End-of-the-Year Party with a Dancing Bonanza, and Slavic
|U.S. Policy on Human Trafficking|
"Just Talk" series featuring Abraham Lee, Public Affairs Officer,
Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.
|2nd Annual Faculty Talent Show|
Faculty sing, dance, and perform in the 2nd Annual Faculty Talent
Show for a good cause: Catholic Charities Newark!
|Talk by Dr. Laurel Kearns|
Dr. Laurel Kearns will speak on "Women, Christianity, and Nature: What are the Connections?"
|Fraternity in Political Thought|
The Dept. of Catholic Studies hosts "Fraternity in Political Thought and in Social Sciences- Voices from Latin America".
|New scholarly publication websites|
The Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell and Rabbi Asher Finkel Launch Scholarly Publication Websites
|A New Minor in Music Technology|
Synthesis, Sampling, Audio Engineering, Songwriting, Podcasting, Music Industry Studies and More!!
|Nick Turse to present at SHU|
Award-winning journalist, historian, and Seton Hall alumnus Nick Turse will give the annual Phi Alpha Theta lecture
|A Conversation with Javier Farfan|
Wednesday, April 10 - PepsiCo's senior director of cultural branding discusses a more nuanced marketing approach.
|Women and the Arts Faculty Panel|
Please join us for an exciting line up of presentations on theater, art, art history, and music!
|Service-Learning Trip in Jamaica|
Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences Participates in Service-Learning Trip in Jamaica
|New Facebook Page|
The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies launches new Facebook page.
|Robert Sullivan reads at SHU|
Robert Sullivan will read at 7:00 p.m. in the Walsh Gallery on 4/2/2013.
|A&S Professor Named Senior Fellow|
James J. Kimble, Associate Professor of Communication & the Arts, has been named a 2013 Rockwell Center Senior Fellow.
|St. Francis of Assisi Lecture|
Dept. of Catholic Studies Medieval Catholicism Lecture Series: “And Just Who is this Francis of Assisi?”
|Medieval Christian-Jewish Relations|
Dept. of Catholic Studies' Medieval Catholicism Lecture Series: "Christian- Jewish Relations in the Middle Ages."
|Brighton Beach Trip|
Slavic Club is sponsoring its annual trip to Brighton Beach,
Coney Island, NY on Saturday, April 20, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
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