The Office of International Programs announces trips in 2019 to Ethiopia, China, Italy, Ireland, Japan and Brazil.
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Executive coach and best-selling author, Lee Miller, leads empowering, hands-on workshops on influencing and communication.
Distinguished professionals from different fields will share collaborative efforts for working with individuals with ASD.
This summer you could...wander through Western Civ, create an app, lend a hand in Nicaragua, or dive into data analysis.
Author Lee E. Miller is bringing his workshops back to campus to teach attendees to control their outcomes in negotiations.
Stillman professor and author, Lee Miller, delves into strategic influencing and communication. Registration for spring programs opening soon.
Save the date! Mark your 2018 calendar for the annual meeting of Northern New Jersey IRS employees and the tax practitioners.
Haiti's Ambassador to the United States, H.E. Paul G. Atidor, will deliver the keynote address at the Caribbean Summit, on November 3rd.
Writing tutorials and grammar workshops led by English professor Martha Carpentier coming to Seton Hall.
From hashtags to hyperlinks get the skills you need to do more with Facebook, Twitter and other major social media platforms.
At his upcoming half-day workshop, retired President of UPS and CEO of Unitek, Rocky Romanella, shares insights on inspired, balanced leadership.
Ramp up your social media skills with the help of Seton Hall's 2-day social media workshop for beginners, October 7th and 14th.
The workshop, entitled “The Role of Functional Specialties” will be held in Trieste, Italy, July 25-27, 2017.
Learn the art and science of influencing and negotiating with Stillman professor, author and management coach, Lee Miller
Seton Hall offers a full line up of classes for returning or visiting students, from high school to graduate school levels.
This 2 day workshop on June 10 and June 17, offers hands-on training in the basics and beyond of social media.
Former criminal justice professor, John Paitakes, moderates NJ American Correctional Assn. Conference on public safety, 6/9.
Seton Hall is looking for science-loving high schoolers for its Giant Leap Workshops, taking place weekly beginning July 10.
Psych. Professor Amy Joh teaches Development of Thoughts and Beliefs (PSYC3706) as part of Seton Hall's smart summer lineup.
Companies are increasingly recruiting students with supply chain knowledge. Take a summer course in this in demand field.
On Thurs., April 27, motivational speaker and author, Rocky Romanella shares techniques for becoming a more effective leader.
Data Visualization is a summer online course where there is (much) more than meets the eye.
We are seeking ideas that might help shape our programs for adult learners. Earn a chance to win a VISA gift card.
Explore a new interest, learn a new skill, travel to a distant land. Seton Hall's Summer Sessions registration begins 3/13.
Seton Hall's lineup of professional development workshops will give you the boost you're aiming for in 2017.
Get Hired Boot Camp Returns to Seton Hall on February 25
Executive coach and author Lee Miller returns to campus in March for workshops on strategic influencing and communication.
Seton Hall is set to offer a day of workshops focused on career empowerment.
There are numerous professional development classes set for early 2017 that will help give your career a reboot.
Leader of upcoming workshops on Strategic Influencing publishes “To Be a Better Negotiator Become a Better Listener.”
Professor Lisa A. Delli-Santi, at Seton Hall University, will be discussing women's contribution over the years.
Learn that art and science of strategic influencing with author and business professor, Lee Miller. Series begins this Friday.
Workshop with career coach Bob Franco, this Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Get the tools you need to get the job you want.
Earn a certificate in social media for professionals through our Saturday workshops.
Seton Hall's Summer Sessions Start June 7 and July 5 Register today!
Build your intercultural management skill set. Seton Hall's new certificate program starts in June. Join us.
An in-demand field that has risen in prominence, learn how goods move from manufacturer to the end-user, the customer.
Spend your summer surrounded by the beauty of nature, and earn three undergraduate credits in the process.
Summer starts now! Earn extra credits, explore new interests, or study abroad with Seton Hall this summer.
Earn a certificate in social media. Saturday workshops begin March 12.