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MPA Adjunct Professor Feature Speaker on Next Generation Leadership

Alex Torpey, an Adjunct Professor for the MPA program was a featured speaker at the 2014 Congressional Summit on Next Generation Leadership.

Fr.Jaki
Fr. Jaki International Congress

Fr. Stanley Jaki International Congress at Seton Hall University on April 15, 2015.

New England Patriots Hire Athletic Training Alum Nico Locandro
Athletic Training Alum in NFL

The NFL's New England Patriots count on Athletic Training alumnus Nico Locandro to help the team compete week after week.

Michael Kardos
Michael Kardos Reads at Seton Hall

Novelist and story writer Michael Kardos will read from his work at 7 p.m. on February 4 in the Faculty Lounge.

 Stefanie DeSimone
Nursing Student to Receive UNICO Scholarship

Seton Hall nursing student who helped save a man's life on a trans-atlantic flight will be honored by a national Italian-American service organization.

Immaculee's Story of Faith.
Forgiveness in Rwanda

How do we forgive? A retreat focused on the story of Immaculée Ilibagiza , survivor of the Rwandan genocide.

Christopher O’Brien, Irish Education 100
Irish Education 100 Honors O’Brien

Dr. Christopher O'Brien (SHMS) created an athletic training educational exchange program with a university in Ireland.

Deborah Gray White
2015 Women and Gender Studies Conference

The annual Seton Hall University Conference on Women and Gender will be held on March 27.

Summer in Ireland
Spend Summer Break in Ireland

Join the College of Arts and Sciences for a Servant Leadership Experience to Limerick, Ireland, July 2 –12, 2015. Apply today!

Basketball Cheerleaders with Hands Up
BIG EAST Hoops Hoopla

The Women's and Men's Basketball programs receive more recognition from the BIG EAST conference.

Dr. Youssef Mahmoud
UN Helps Identify New Endowed Chair

The School of Diplomacy is proud to announce the establishment of an Endowed Visiting Chair position in honor of late UN diplomat Sergio Vieira de Mello.

College of Nursing Faculty and Students
Nurse Practitioner Named #2 Job of 2015

Nurse Practitioner named #2 job of 2015 in U.S. News & World Report compiled list based on salary, career growth and work-life balance.

Medical Symbol
Medical School Plan Announced

Seton Hall and Hackensack University Health Network have announced a joint venture to form a school of medicine.

MPA
MPA Students "Do Something" Project

Right before Christmas, MPA students designed and delivered personalized gift baskets to patients stuck in St. Barnabas

Elena Gorokhova
Writer Elena Gorokhova Reads at SHU

Writer Elena Gorokhova presents her new best-selling memoir at Seton Hall University.

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Selma Film Commemorates Dr. King

The historic 1965 Selma to Montgomery, Alabama march, raised awareness and the need for a Voting Rights Act.

MLKSA
MLKSA Celebrates 45th Anniversary

The MLK Leadership Program will commemorate its 45th anniversary with a series of activities beginning January 16.

Earlene Cruz
Alumna Wins Innovative Pitch Award

Stillman's Earlene Cruz founded a business to connect people over a love of food, wins award for her innovative pitch.

Getting to Infinity
Getting to Infinity

Exhibition explores topic of infinity through disciplines such as astrophysics, philosophy, mathematics, spirituality.

Painting of Bernard Lonergan
“Who is Jesus of Nazareth” Lecture

Jeremy Wilkins, Director of the Lonergan Research Institute, to give lecture on “Who is Jesus of Nazareth?” on Jan. 29.

University Siren
Emergency Notifications System Test

Seton Hall University will conduct a test of its emergency siren and PirateAlert system.

In God We Trust
Ethics and Economics Forum

The next Ethics and Economics Forum meeting will be on Jan 22 at 12:30 p.m. in UC 214.

Big East Basketball
Players Honored by BIG EAST

BIG EAST weekly honors go to three Seton Hall basketball players.

Paul Ferris
Irish Language Workshop

Learn Irish with the Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction (PIPE) Alumni Club on Friday, February 6.

Mark Denbeaux
Guantanamo: America's Battle Lab

Seton Hall Law Report reveals Guantanamo was developed with dual objectives, placing lawful detention of POWs in conflict with experimental interrogation practices.

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A look inside Gitmo after release of the CIA torture report.


Mark Denbeaux
Professor of Law
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From the Big Leagues to Cooperstown. 


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Men's Basketball makes the AP Top 25.


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Head Coach, Men's Basketball
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