Greeks and Jews during World War II
The Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program is sponsoring the study day, Greeks & Jews during WWII on April 14, 2015.
The Rationality of Religious Belief
Philosophers Speak lecture, Dr. Bryan Frances on "Why Philosophers Take Religion Seriously without Evidence".
Rabbi Carter to Lecture at Seton Hall
Rabbi Carter of Park Slope Jewish Center in Brooklyn to speak on Sustainability during Shmita or the Sabbath Year.
NASA-SHU Summer 2015 Fellowships
Professor Sahiner (PI) confirms Seton Hall has been awarded 10 undergraduate student research fellowships for Summer 2015 NASA Fellowships.
Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute Turns 10
Join the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute in celebrating its 10th anniversary with a series of events.
Gevirtz Named Senior Editor of Int'l Journal
Professor Karen Gevirtz is named senior editor of the 18th-century section of the academic journal, Literature Compass.
Upcoming Women’s Studies Talk
Come hear Dr. Melissa Estes Blair answer the question: "Was Your Mom a Feminist?"
Author Lev Golinkin at Seton Hall
Writer Lev Golinkin presents his acclaimed new memoir "A Backpack, a Bear, and Eight Crates of Vodka"
Easter Egg Decorating Workshop
Join the Slavic Club to learn the ancient art of decorating Easter Eggs: March 19th, 2015, 6:30pm, in A&S 110.
Catholic Life in Literature with Dr. McGlone
The Department of Catholic Studies is hosting a reading from Viper's Tangle by Francois Mauriac.
Department of Catholic Studies Awards Scholarships
The Department of Catholic Studies is pleased to announce the seven students that were awarded scholarships this Spring.
Freshman Artist Takes First Prize
Daniel Folta's oil painting, "Troy," wins first prize in the "Art in the Hall" contest.
NSRI Hosts Expert Led Workshops
Participants Will Receive Certificate Upon Successful Completion of Each Workshop.