Diplomacy Students Heading to Ethiopia
Diplomacy professor Assefaw Bariagaber will lead a group of students on a study tour of the African Union.
Women's Inspirational Morning of Reflection
A Spiritual Adventure with Women in Scripture for wives and deacons and deacon candidates
Greeks and Jews during World War II
The Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program is sponsoring the study day, Greeks & Jews during WWII on April 14, 2015.
Pirate Dancers Raise $10000+ for Valerie Fund
On February 19, the Main Lounge was transformed into an enormous fundraising celebration for The Valerie Fund!
The Rationality of Religious Belief
Philosophers Speak lecture, Dr. Bryan Frances on "Why Philosophers Take Religion Seriously without Evidence".
Rabbi Carter to Lecture at Seton Hall
Rabbi Carter of Park Slope Jewish Center in Brooklyn to speak on Sustainability during Shmita or the Sabbath Year.
NASA-SHU Summer 2015 Fellowships
Professor Sahiner (PI) confirms Seton Hall has been awarded 10 undergraduate student research fellowships for Summer 2015 NASA Fellowships.
Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute Turns 10
Join the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute in celebrating its 10th anniversary with a series of events.
Carvel Award to Micah Center
The Thomas and Agnes Carvel Foundation has presented an award of $30,000 to the Micah Center for Business Ethics.
Delta Epsilon Sigma - Honor Society Revived
Delta Epsilon Sigma - a National Scholastic Honor Society for Students of Catholic Colleges and Universities
Nursing Students Invited to United Nations
Seton Hall Nursing Students Invited to Annual Conference of the Committee on Teaching About the United Nation.
Faculty Retreat Series 2014-2015
Dr. Marie Foley reflects on Leadership and Holiness: Recognizing Holiness through Flaws in the 4th retreat.
Enterprise Corporation Donates to Seton Hall
Enterprise Corporation Generously Contributes $7,500 to Career Center and Joseph. A. Unanue Latino Institute.
Summer Session Registration Opens
Summer is a great time to earn extra credits, explore a news subject, or study abroad. Find out how.
Gevirtz Named Senior Editor of Int'l Journal
Professor Karen Gevirtz is named senior editor of the 18th-century section of the academic journal, Literature Compass.
Pirates Eye On Samuel Gardner III, M.A. '11
Pirate Press sat down with alumnus Samuel Gardner III, M.A. '11 to discuss his career and the MASCL program.
Death of Reverend Monsignor James M. Cafone, S.T.D.
It is our sad duty to announce the sudden passing of Monsignor James M. Cafone, S.T.D.
Scopus Lunch & Learn
Come and join us for a live demonstration of SCOPUS and Q & A - and a delicious lunch.
Upcoming Women’s Studies Talk
Come hear Dr. Melissa Estes Blair answer the question: "Was Your Mom a Feminist?"
Permanent Observer Blog Reaches Milestone
Diplomacy Professor Dr. Martin Edwards talks about the career development value of a scholarly blog.
Author Lev Golinkin at Seton Hall
Writer Lev Golinkin presents his acclaimed new memoir "A Backpack, a Bear, and Eight Crates of Vodka"
Catholic Worldview and Mission at SHU
Meeting every-other Tuesday for lunch this semester, administrators learn how the Catholic worldview relates to Mission
Easter Egg Decorating Workshop
Join the Slavic Club to learn the ancient art of decorating Easter Eggs: March 19th, 2015, 6:30pm, in A&S 110.
Catholic Life in Literature with Dr. McGlone
The Department of Catholic Studies is hosting a reading from Viper's Tangle by Francois Mauriac.
Health Sciences Dissertations
Three candidates for the Ph.D. in Health Sciences degree will defend their
dissertations on March 16-17.