James Hanson's scientific collaboration results in polymer emitter technology to control invasive species in our waterways.
News and Events
Senior Nia Green has been awarded a fellowship for the National WWII Museum's Normandy Academy Program.
University commencement displays Latino American pride among keynote speaker, valedictorian, and Unanue scholar class.
Cara Blue Adams, Asst. Professor of English, has been awarded a 2018 Center for Fiction Emerging Writers Fellowship.
Ines Angeli Murzaku, Ph.D., Director of Catholic Studies Program will deliver the keynote address at Wyszynski in Poland.
Professor Stanley L. Jaki, O.S.B. joins Copernicus and Mendel on a list of five 'world-shaping' Catholic scientists.
Seton Hall celebrated New Jersey's 14 newest second lieutenants at the Pirate Battalion Army ROTC Commissioning Ceremony.
Seton Hall University celebrated its 161st baccalaureate commencement; U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza delivered the address.
Tony Varughese '17 discusses how his Catholic Studies minor helped prepare him for medical school and beyond.
Sister Rose Thering Fund event to feature a keynote speech by Cardinal Joseph Tobin and honor two outstanding community members.
Graduating Scholar, Kristal Corona, celebrates acceptance to Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
Naomi A. Shuyama had a great opportunity to serve as an intern for the United Nations' annual Committee on Teaching About the United Nations.
NJ Tech Selects Unanue Latino Institute Executive Director, Stephanie Macias-Arlington, One of 2018's Top Innovators to Watch.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute announces it will be hosting the organization’s first annual Scholarship Brunch.
The College's annual alumni signature event included a scotch tasting and live music and honored three outstanding graduates.
History major, Sean Lorthior, presents his senior thesis at the McNeil Center Undergraduate Research Workshop.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute is thrilled to recognize our scholars graduating this upcoming May 2018!
From Florida to New York, students were admitted to competitive summer programs for research experiences.
Senior capstone students are working on various projects statewide to promote sustainability and environmental reform.
Ines Murzaku, Catholic Studies program director, will present seminars and lectures at the Università degli Studi Roma Tre, in Rome, Italy.
Acclaimed writer and MacArthur "Genius" Grant Awardee, Dinaw Mengestu, will read on Tuesday, May 1st at 7 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
Seton Hall undergrads may partake in a cybersecurity bootcamp this summer, along with a cybersecurity certificate this fall.
Science-loving high school students are invited to spend a week learning about forensics, astronomy, urban farming & more.
Seton Hall students fan out across the globe to experience new cultures, languages and cuisines!
Capstone Students Engage in Environmental Programs impacting campus and the local community.
Professor Widian Nicola leads a group of 35 inspired social work students to the United Nations for its 35th annual event.