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.
Philosophy Essay Competition
The best essay will win a $250 cash prize! Open to all undergraduates
21st annual Evening of Roses
The Sister Rose Thering Fund for Education in Jewish-Christian Studies will honor 30 Founders on Sunday, May 4 at 2 p.m.
Minor in Ethics and Applied Ethics
Learn to Think Critically about Pressing Ethical Issues in your Life and Profession.
Design Effective Graphs
Naomi B. Robbins, Ph.D., will present "How to Convey Your Data Clearly with Graphs"
Empowerment by Camelia Valdes
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.
Religion and Sport in the Thought of Pope John Paul II
On Tuesday March 4, Fr. Warren Hall, Director of Campus Ministry will deliver a lecture on "Religion and Sport in the Thought of Pope John Paul II"
Third Annual Servant Leadership Day
Tina Kelley, Staff Writer at Covenant House, will speak on "The Work Only You Can Do"
Poles & Jews during World War II
This study day examines the heroic witness of the Polish courier, Jan Karski, and the tragedy of the Jedwabne pogrom.