Inspired by a 19th century warrior and scholar, a leadership development program in Italy deepens understanding of Islam.
News and Events
Thomas Pickering, who holds the Foreign Service's highest rank of career ambassador, visits Seton Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
Professor Manojlovic and graduate student Morgan McMichen research the possibilities Central America.
Students are learning how to contribute to public debates constructively by writing their own opinion and news articles.
The School reconnects with our 2018 SDG Challenge Finalists in Part II of this series.
The multi-talented entrepreneur Gladys Henriquez shared her challenges as an immigrant and her experiences at The Hall.
Students succeed in tackling complex ethical and international issues as they compete around the country.
School of Diplomacy program looks at the crisis and response to human trafficking, globally and locally.
The School of Diplomacy catches up with two of our 2017 UN Sustainable Development Challenge finalists.
Graduate student Madison McHugh reflects on her busy day in Washington, D.C. with School of Diplomacy students and staff.
The School of Diplomacy and two NJ-based groups co-host a community conversation on modern slavery, Sunday, January 21 at 2 p.m.
Get to know the Director of U.N. Engagement, Hugh Dugan, as he expands the School's opportunities to learn, engage and contribute to the U.N.
Deirdre Donohue Yates, Phyllis Shanley Hansell, Hugh Dugan and Rev. Brian Needles honored by the Counsel General of Ireland.
Meet Emily Fox, M.A. '17, a leader of our Diplomacy community.
School of Diplomacy and International Relations' World Leaders Forum welcomed Miroslav Lajčák to campus on December 1.
The Ambassador and Consul General of Kosovo in New York, Teuta Sahatqija, will speak about "The Leadership of Women in Transitional States."
From careers in law, to medicine, science and education, alumni of the Seton Hall Philosophy program have achieved noteworthy accomplishments in their lives and respective professions thanks to the skill set they acquired while studying philosophy. This series shares alumni perspectives on the importance of studying philosophy.
The Seton Hall United Nations Association chapter welcomes the new 2017-18 United States-United Nations Youth Observer.
Got ideas to make the world a better place? Enter our UN SDG Challenge by 3/11 for a chance to win scholarships, cash prizes.
Small Business Development Center office on campus offers students opportunities and strengthens access to the business community.
Students interested in studying international relations are invited to the School of Diplomacy's Graduate Open House, 11/4.
Luna Kaufman, Holocaust survivor, educator, activist, author and lecturer illustrates the theme of the Power of One Voice.
Josh Scher, a 2005 master's graduate of Seton Hall, was recently named to New York Nonprofit Media’s annual 40 Under 40 list.
Lauren Greenwood, M.A. '17, reflects on her School of Diplomacy experience in a recent interview.
Mohamad Mirghahari,former Chief of Staff for the TSA, is set to lead research initiatives focused on the Middle East.
Diplomacy Professor Martin Edwards appeared in media throughout the world on President Trump's U.N. speech, and North Korea.
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