The student organization hosts speaking engagements with PR professionals among numerous initiatives.
Norky Diaz shares why he chose an M.A. in Public Relations.
Kristen Kier was appointed to the American Red Cross’ Advanced Public Affairs Team.
International student from the Philippines shares why she chose Seton Hall University.
Public Relations Graduate Student assisted the volunteer coordinator for the Travelers Championship.
Kia Deadwyler shares why she chose to pursue an M.A. in Public Relations.
Meghan Brady and Alexandra Henderson recently co-curated, "Seeing Red," an exhibition in the Walsh Gallery.
M.A. in Museum Professions student, Jennifer Hochuli, shares her developing career experience as a tour guide at the Intrepid.
Hannah Gaston, a M.A. in Museum Professions student, was recently awarded the first ever May Kean Raynolds Museum Studies Fellowship at Liberty Hall Museum.
Discover what the Museum Education track has to offer for current students, alumni, and staff.
Three Museum Professions Alumnae share their experience completing their Master's Theses, highlighting a year of success.
Amanda McGrady shares why she chose a M.A. in Museum Professions with a concentration in Museum Registration.
Alumni Father Boniface Anusiem and Meryam Khodja presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention.
Dr. Renee Robinson recently published a book about creating effective digital learning opportunities for employees.
Sarah Diefenbach uses the knowledge she gains in the classroom to work for global data analysis firm Dun & Bradstreet.
Martha Whiteley applies knowledge gained while managing public relations for Panasonic and Wyeth Laboratories to enhance student experience in Crisis Communication.
Hannah Gaston, a M.A. in Museum Professions student, recently explored early childhood learning at an internship at the American Museum of Natural History.
Sua Mendez, a B.A./M.A. in Museum Professions student, recently completed a competitive collections management internship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Fall 2018 incoming graduate students at Graduate Student Orientation on August 25.
Professor Gregory Stevens will serve as a faculty associate and the program director of the M.A. in Museum Professions program.
Ten graduate students studied in the Netherlands as part of the Museum Professions’ study abroad opportunity.
The exhibit examines the many artistic, cultural, political, and religious connotations of the color red.
Three M.A. in Museum Professions scholarship recipients share how they give back to the College of Communication and the Arts.
Eight students presented their semester-long audience research evaluations to staff of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum as part of an Audience Research and Project Evaluation course.
Matthew Dellaguzzo was awarded the program’s inaugural Experiential Learning Award for his work at the Hunterdon County Historical Society, highlighting a year of internship achievements for the program.
Sarah Kraft was offered a full-time position with The Metropolitan Museum of Art after serving as a registrar intern.
Emily Brostek and Claudia Preza collaborated for “tech(in)dependent” as part of the University’s South Orange/Seton Hall Connected initiative.
Hannah Gaston collaborated with four College alumni on a film project as part of her internship at Liberty Hall Museum.
Ashley Wilson is one of three University students selected for the prestigious Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory Scholars Program.
More than 40 graduates were celebrated at the College of Communication and the Arts’ third annual Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony on May 17.
M.A. in Public Relations and M.A. in Strategic Communication students recently presented their Master’s Project research.
Monsignor Dennis Mahon, Ph.D., associate professor of communication, served as a faculty member and administrator for more than 40 years.
The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association hosted several events in honor of Graduate Student Appreciation Week in April.
Aimee Tillyer shared her experience on the importance of internships at the Small Museum Association’s Annual Conference.
Gregory Stevens, a distinguished museum career coach, shared valuable career tips at the Museum Professions Career Lab.
Erica Naumann is a recipient of the 2018 Experiential Education Graduate Student Award from the University’s Career Center.
The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association hosted a Professional Development Workshop on March 22.
Kate Dinneny shares why she chose a M.A. in Museum Professions with a concentration in Museum Education.
Reputation Management will explore integrated marketing communication strategies and tools that allow public relations professionals to best manage conversations about their brands.
The M.A. in Museum Professions program invites current students and recent alumni to attend a Career Lab on April 7 with a distinguished museum career coach.
In honor of national Graduate Student Appreciation Week, the Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association will host events April 3-6.
The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association invites current students to a Professional Development Workshop on March 22.
Dr. Ruth Tsuria is a recipient of a prestigious award from the Religion in Society Research Network.
The College of Communication and the Arts shared best practices for applying to graduate school and tips for securing graduate assistantships during the University’s recent Graduate Open House.
Ibrahim Shafau shares why he chose a M.A. in Museum Professions with a concentration in Museum Management.
The College of Communication and the Arts will hold an interactive discussion during the University’s Graduate Open House on February 24.
Folk art exhibition and event series celebrates the late Professor Emerita Barbara Cate.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Spring 2018 incoming students at Graduate Student Orientation on January 13.
The Communication and Arts Graduate Student Association welcomed Spring 2018 incoming students at a luncheon following their orientation.
Joe Martinelli ’16 uses his public relations skillset to teach and advise University freshmen.