Rose Mercadante Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Series presents a seminar by Dr. Lauren Klein-Juneau of Air Liquide
Graduate students meet Seton Hall alumnus and entrepreneur Brian Fitzpatrick ('75) who shares his company's rise to success.
On November 4, the Sister Rose Thering Fund will host an interactive lecture featuring third-generation Holocaust survivors.
On Oct. 29, enjoy a meal prepared by recently resettled Syrian refugees. Learn about the refugee crisis and how you can help.
Anthropology Professor Rhonda Quinn is featured in a PBS documentary: Secrets of the Dead: The Woman in the Iron Coffin.
Karen Boroff was recognized for her award-winning case in the Case Research Journal at the 2018 NACRA annual meeting.
Pirate Sports Network students develop a new 10-part video series about the personal side of Seton Hall student-athletes.
Reverend Thomas G. Guarino celebrates the release of his newest book.
Acclaimed fiction writer Rajesh Parameswaran will read on Thursday, October 18th at 6:00 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
MPA graduate, Ashley Manz, recently joined Mayor Fulop as Senior Public Information Assistant for Jersey City.
Mooney co-invented the three-way catalytic converter, an exhaust-cleaning device used on about 80 percent of automobiles.
As many universities face recruitment challenges, would-be Pirate applications soar by 140%,coming in sixth in the nation.
The College of Nursing and Alumni Relations honor alumni who have made significant contributions to the nursing profession.
Dr. Aruna Sanyal, Director of the Writing Center and a practicing Hindu, shares her insights into the Bhagavad Gita.
The Program of Catholic Studies invites you to explore Italy in The Footsteps of the Saints. Spring Break 2019.
Professor Matthew Pressman's new book, On Press: The Liberal Values That Shaped the News (Harvard), was featured in Politico.
Dr. Frank Braio will present a lecture series on Canadian Jesuit theologian Bernard Lonergan's economic theory.
Learn more about how earning a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work at Seton Hall had a lasting impact on one graduate.
Seminar - Dr. Jenny Zilberberg of Hackensack University Medical Center - "The Osteoblastic Tumor Niche in Multiple Myleoma"
Professor Lurie received an Award of Merit for her book Envisioning New Jersey: An Illustrated History of the Garden State.
International Security expert investigates NATO measures in the Baltic region.
Dr. Todd Stockdale reflects on The Educational Vocation and Discernment: The Discipline of Listening, the second retreat
Kevin Sanchez, 2018 graduate, has entered the Police Academy in Orange County, Florida.
Leading Women Entrepreneurs recognizes Latino Institute executive director as one of New Jersey's Top 25 Brand Builders.
Rabbi David Fox Sandmel delivers special memorial lecture at 65th anniversary of Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies.
Dr. Alisa Hindin Writes Book Chapter in Pivotal Research in Early Literacy
MakerSpace participants constructed bridges using only popsicle sticks and tape.
Students, alumni, parents, staff and faculty will gather on campus for a weekend of festivities.
John Paitakes, professor of criminal justice, has been invited to present his book 50 Years Working in Criminal Justice.
The Masters of Science in Nursing – Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program has been ranked among the Best programs for 2018 by OnlineMasters.com.
Poll results indicate a wide margin believes that the Wild Card round should be more than a single elimination game.
History Professor William Connell inspires new citizens on what it means to be an American.
Dean Brian B. Shulman and Professor Nina Capone Singleton published the 3rd edition of the textbook, Language Development.
The Catholic Studies Program proudly presents "Living in Truth, and Love, Lessons from Saint Moscati, Doctor of the Church."
Mark's Gospel intrigues readers with its focus on action and shortened accounts of some key events, like the resurrection.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology and the Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas Announce New Alliance
Through a new partnership, the Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas in Rome will become an institute under the Seminary.
Celebrate True Blue month with us.
Hannah Gaston, a M.A. in Museum Professions student, recently explored early childhood learning at an internship at the American Museum of Natural History.
Ally is a course content accessibility plugin that generates alternative file formats that are accessible and convenient for students.
The latest poll on Colin Kaepernick, Nike, Pres. Trump, Serena Williams, Tiger Woods and Urban Meyer was featured in Forbes.
Come hear to the true story behind an acclaimed writer Sana Krasikov's new novel, 'The Patriots.'
Environmental Studies students are teaming with the campus grounds crew to identify and inventory over 900 trees on campus.
Additional Zotero Citation Management Sessions at the IHS Campus have been scheduled for October and November!
October can be full of ghouls and ghosts, but what’s scarier than that? Scammers and fraudsters who want to hack into your computer, undetected, and steal your personal information or install malware.
Art can be an interesting way to explore the beginning of Mark's short but powerful telling of the life of Jesus.
This lecture brings to campus the renowned Dr. Sean Kelly to discuss "Wonder in Nicholus of Cusa and Nietzsche."
From graduate student to adjunct professor, Samuel Gardner exemplify what great minds can do with a Seton Hall education.
Using cardboard, lenses, Velcro, tape, a ruler, and some scissors, students were able to make their own VR headsets and explore both fun and educational apps to use them with.
The Seton Hall University Chorus begins its season with "Et In Terra Pax: A Concert for Hope" on Sunday, October 28, 2018.
Nkili Cooper '20 was among a select number of students chosen for a summer research fellowship at the University of Michigan.
Michelle Perez and William Virgili were honored as winners of the Abdelkader Global Leadership Prize essay competition.
University Libraries will host a series of events during October designed to enhance data management research skills.
The Latino Institute is hosting an Afro-Latino lecture titled, "Displacement, Dispossession and Black Diasporic Politics."
Bonnie St. John, a Fortune 500 leadership consultant and best-selling author, will give a special presentation to student leaders.
Study seminars abroad offer students firsthand perspectives on finding hope for peace.
The Online Teaching Certificate series of workshops will be offered this October in the TLTC.
Respondus 4 is a Windows-based authoring tool that makes it easy to create and manage exams for Blackboard Learn.
Stillman students travel to India for a 10-day long study abroad opportunity.
As we kick off another academic year, Dean Bartoli offers five words of advice for the Diplomacy community.
Restrict print, copy, or visiting other websites during a Blackboard exam with Respondus LockDown Browser.
Marta Deyrup received this year's Albert B. Hakim Faculty Service Medal for her outstanding service to the University.
Mark McGuire will meet with government officials and others Israel during this two-week journey with fellow student leaders.
Dr. Merold Westphal, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, is coming to Seton Hall on Sept. 27.
Robert S. Basso '67 is Honored as Phi Kappa Theta's 2018 Man of Achievement.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll is looking for students and student groups to help poll -- and get paid!
Ecology Club and Environmental Studies students have organized weekend day hikes during the month of September for students to explore vista points in the NJ Highlands region.
Students delve into the Hebrew Scriptures in Core I this week, looking at excerpts from Genesis and Exodus.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies honors two young alumni with Emerging Entrepreneur Awards at Hall of Fame Dinner.
The celebration of the official opening and blessing the new Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus (IHS) was featured on PBS.
Faculty member, Bryan Meadows Ph.D., from the Department of Educational Studies will be serving on an NJDOE state-wide advisory committee.
Doctoral Counseling Psychology Students and Faculty Shine with their Commitment to Research Competence at the APA convention.
The story on the 1982 meeting where the president and the pope confided their conviction that God had spared their lives.
Dr. Liam Brockey, a former consultant to Martin Scorsese's film Silence, will discuss Jesuit missionaries in East Asia.
All are welcome to this informative meeting with the Director of Russian and Eastern European Studies Dr. Matusevich on Thursday, Sept. 27th, at 6:30 p.m., in Room 236, Fahy Hall.
Rose Mercadante Seminar Series - Prof. Brad Carrow of Princeton on Catalyst Design for Sustainable Coupling Chemistry
Slavic Club with the International Programs present Alisa Dupuy impersonating Alexandra F. Romanov: The Last Russian Empress
Fr. Pablo Gadenz's new book, "The Gospel of Luke," tops Amazon's "Hot New Releases" list. A book signing will be held Oct. 3.
Graduate student Erick Agbleke's assignment with the U.S Embassy in Lomé, provided a unique opportunity for him to give back.
The annual International Celebration returns to campus with food trucks, foreign films, a Russian empress and lots more!
Seton Hall’s College of Nursing will participate in Mary’s Place by the Sea’s 7th Annual Walkathon on Saturday, September 22.
Some Core I classes continue to read the works of Plato, including the Symposium, a banquet dedicated to Eros, god of love.
Explore potential internships and entry or mid-level positions with over 125 employers at the fall Career Fair.
Seton Hall and Hackensack Meridian Health to mark the open and blessing of the new Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus.
Seminar by Professor Vivek Kumar of the New Jersey Institute of Technology entitled "Short Peptide Biomaterial Drugs."
Renowned academic Slavoj Žižek is coming to Seton Hall to present on Samuel Beckett, politics, and political correctness.
Speech-Language Pathology and Physician Assistant students collaborate perform HEENT and Oral Mechanism Exams.
Sua Mendez, a B.A./M.A. in Museum Professions student, recently completed a competitive collections management internship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
On Thursday, Sept 20th at 6:30 p.m. in Fahy 236, the Slavic Club will be holding presentations by its members who recently studied and worked abroad.
Professor Paula Franzese will present "Dismantling Structural Racism: Engaging Neighbors, Leaders, and Government."
The Seton Hall Latino community celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month with special events from Sep 15 through Oct 15.
CPAs Ralph, M.S.'98, and Marylee R. Evangelista to be inducted into the University's Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.
WSOU's fall concert series, 'Rotten Apple Fest,' will feature 11 performances including Clutch, Beartooth and more.
Nutley is hosting "Welcome Day" with free food for Seton Hall's IHS campus on 9/21 from noon-3 p.m. in the park across the street.
Seton Hall moved up five places among the top tier of national universities in the latest guide by U.S. News & World Report.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Fall 2018 incoming graduate students at Graduate Student Orientation on August 25.
Professor Gregory Stevens will serve as a faculty associate and the program director of the M.A. in Museum Professions program.
The Gerontological Society of America has named Associate Dean Judith Lucas as a fellow for her work in policy and practice.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Stillman School No. 108 in listing of the best undergraduate business programs in the nation.
Author, Staceyann Chin of the widely acclaimed novel, The Other Side of Paradise visits Seton Hall on September 26, 2018.
This conference, held on Tuesday, October 2 at 1 p.m, will celebrate Pope Paul VI's upcoming canonization on October 14, 2018 in St. Peter's Square by Pope Francis.