|Russia's Search for an Identity|
"Russia's Search for an Identity and Its Implications for U.S.-Russian Relations"
|Alexandrov Presents "The Black Russian"|
Professor Vladimir Alexandrov of Yale University presents his award-winning book "The Black Russian."
|Prof. Murzaku is Headed to Jordan|
Prof. Ines Angeli Murzaku is Headed to Amman, Jordan to Participate in Inter-religious Conference.
|Msgr. John M. Oesterreicher Lecture|
The Rev. Thomas F. Stransky will deliver the keynote addresss at the 20th Msgr. John M. Oesterreicher Memorial Lecture.
|Russell Banks Reads at SHU|
Acclaimed novelist Russell Banks reads at Seton Hall as part of the Poetry-in-the-Round reading series.
|Holiness of Chesterton Lecture|
Hosted by the Department of Catholic Studies, Fr. Boyd will give "The Holiness of G.K. Chesterton" lecture on Oct. 29.
|Francis of Assisi in the Sources|
The Department of Catholic Studies hosts lecture on "Francis of Assisi in the Sources: Weighing the Evidence" on Oct. 24
|Catholic Studies Majors Summers|
Catholic Studies Majors reflect on well-spent and well-loved summers.
|Catholic Studies Major|
Catholic Studies a Transformative Major – Helps you Find your Path and Vocation
|Dr. Hunter's Lustration on Poland|
The Legal, Economic and Political Context of Lustration (Vetting) on Poland, lecture by Dr. Richard Hunter, 10/10/2013
|Catholic Studies Enhances Education|
Jordan Mabalatan, double major in Catholic Studies & Nursing, says Catholic Studies will help him become a better nurse.
|Alumni Behind The Mic|
Four alumni of Seton Hall’s award-winning WSOU 89.5 FM return to campus for a discussion about sports broadcasting.
|Seton Hall Goes Global|
Join us for Seton Hall Goes Global on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. in Fahy Hall 236.
The Alberto Italian Studies Institute is pleased to announce its Fall Calendar of Cultural Events.
|2013 International Celebration|
Join us for this special time of year when the Seton Hall community highlights the multiculturalism of our campus. Events run through October.
|History Prof Receives Book Award|
Professor Maxine Lurie has won an NJSAA Author's Award for "New Jersey: A History of the Garden State".
|Fr. Spadaro SJ, at Seton Hall|
Fr. Antonio Spadaro SJ, Pope's Interviewer, will be a Distinguished Guest of the Department of Catholic Studies.
|Latino Americans of NY and NJ|
Matthew Escobar discusses the Latino community in a 30 minute companion piece to the landmark PBS series.
|Middle Eastern Archives Lecture|
The Department of Catholic Studies hosts a lecture on "Where are the Missing Middle Eastern Archives?".
|Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors|
Thursday, Sept. 26, at 6:30 p.m., in Fahy 236, SC will be showing S. Parajanov's masterpiece, Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors.
|Academic Skill-Building Workshops|
The ARC and ASC present a series of skill-building workshops to promote student success and academic achievement.
|Novartis Science Scholarship|
SHU Chemistry Student Earns Second Novartis Science Scholarship.
|Catholic Studies Meet and Greet|
The Department for Catholic Studies is hosting a Meet & Greet Luncheon on Sept. 25 at 1:30 p.m. in Room 48, Walsh Library.
|Building Bridges: Fall Events|
Building Bridges events being featured this fall include a film festival, academic conference, and art gallery exhibit, all free to the community.
|Physics Department Launches Newsletter|
The departmental newsletter includes a message from the chair and student news regarding fellowships, presentations and research.
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