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Associated Programs

Associated Programs  

Institute of Museum Ethics

The Institute of Museum Ethics is sponsored by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and is housed on Seton Hall's campus. IME is affiliated with Seton Hall's M.A. Museum Professions program.

Walsh Gallery

The Walsh Gallery is the primary exhibition space on the South Orange campus of Seton Hall University. Since its inception in 1994, the gallery has presented dynamic exhibitions with a broad range of appeal and subject matter. Serving both the university and surrounding communities, the Walsh Gallery hosts a number of exhibitions yearly that range in topic from fine art to the historical, with an emphasis on an interdisciplinary themes.

View the Walsh Gallery Website

The Brownson Speech and Debate Team

The Brownson Speech team of Seton Hall University has a tradition of rhetorical excellence stemming back over 75 years. Students on the team compete with different colleges and universities in a wide variety of speaking events.  Events include three categories: Limited Preparation, Public Address, and Oral Interpretation of Literature. Students who compete in Limited Prep perform Extemporaneous Speaking and Impromptu Speaking. Public Address events consist of After Dinner Speaking, Persuasive Speaking, Informative Speaking and Communication Analysis. Students interested in Oral Interpretation compete in Prose, Poetry, Program Oral Interpretation, Dramatic Dup and Single Interpretation of Drama. The team is open to all full-time undergraduate students. All members must audition. The team also recruits high school students with forensics background. Most members receive a partial scholarship for active membership. Any student who would like to set up an audition should contact the Director, Prof. Catherine Zizik at

Arts Council

Established in 1982, Seton Hall University's Arts Council in the College of Communication and the Arts has attracted nationally and internally renowned artists to campus and celebrated our faculty and students' artistic endeavors.  The Arts Classical Council serves as the umbrella organization for the Arts Council concert Series, Jazz 'n the Hall, Multicultural Film and Lecture Series, and Theatre-in-the-Round, and works in collaboration with other arts and cultural groups on campus. 

Visit the Arts Council website.

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