Seton Hall to Co-sponsor Science Symposium
Seton Hall will co-sponsor NYAS' Click Chemistry in Biology and Medicine symposium, being held on September 15 in NYC.
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Modern Catholicism Lecture Series
Join us on September 8 for the first 2014 Fall lecture, "Anxious Hearts and Wounded Lives. The Place of the New Sacred." by Fr. Paul Murray O.P.
Catholic Studies Student Journal
New Issue of Arcadia-Catholic Studies Student Journal is Published
The Chesterton Review
The Chesterton Review in Chronicles Magazine.
Service Trip Takes Group To Ireland
Students and staff members recently traveled to Limerick, Ireland to participate in a Servant Leadership Experience.
Professor, Mayor Team-up to Teach
Professor Matt Hale and South Orange Village President Alex Torpey will teach a graduate level good governance course.
Seminar for New Catholic Pastors
Father Paul Holmes of the Religion Department recently hosted a Lilly Endowment funded seminar for new Catholic Pastors.
Catholic Studies Major in Chile
Senior Brianna Fitzpatrick describes how her studies influenced her study abroad experience in Chile this past May.
Catholic Studies Minor Goes for MHA
Elizabeth Oskierko '14, reflects on her experience as a Catholic Studies minor as she pursues a M.H.A at Seton Hall.
WSOU 89.5 FM Website Redesign
WSOU 89.5 FM Unveils Redesigned Website, www.wsou.net, with Improved Streaming on All Devices and Easy Navigation
Civic Vision Aired on WSOU
Professor Judith Stark & Dean Michael Zavada are featured this week on NJ Arts News radio series, Words Matter, on WSOU.
Physics Graduate Heads to Copenhagen
Environmental quest takes Kyle Honsinger to the University of Copenhagen to earn a Master of Science in Climate Change.