Seton Hall hosts Japan Week 2018, a weeklong celebration of Japanese Culture.
The Business Boot camp is a unique opportunity for students to hone and grow transferable skills and build their portfolio.
On April 5, follow the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal as they work on the streets with the poor in cities across the globe.
Join James J. Kimble, the university’s Fulbright Liaison, for a workshop covering this year’s faculty opportunities.
Renowned philosopher of art and aesthetics to deliver lecture entitled "Literature, the Emotions, and Learning."
This summer you could...wander through Western Civ, create an app, lend a hand in Nicaragua, or dive into data analysis.
Visiting Scholar Paul Robin, will give a lecture, "From Trust to Conscience in Life and Science."
Alumnus Rev. Stephen Pepper ’07 C.S.C., has been awarded the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
The Petersheim Academic Expo takes place April 23-27, in celebration of academic achievement. Submissions are due April 6.
A week-long celebration of Seton Hall's founding culminated in awards ceremony at the Charter Day Convocation.
Diplomacy undergraduate student Mallory Finch writes about getting to know China while visiting on Spring Break.
Father Timothy Graff will describe the local Catholic community's efforts to listen to the Word of God by welcoming outsiders.
The MLK Leadership Program has planned activities to involve the campus in remembering and celebrating the life of MLK.
Senior Sara Lamcaj will head to Los Alamos after graduation to continue to pursue her passion for science and learning.
Deanna’s dream had always been to teach at a private school in Manhattan.
Toneisha Friday '10 reflects back on her time at Seton Hall and how it helped prepare her for the professional world.
Students in the Psychological Studies MA program are to present their research at the NASP conference for sport psychology
Writer and scholar Sophie Pinkham will deliver a talk "Coming of Age in the Post-Soviet World." Q&A and book signing.
Donnell Pierre, M.A. ’11 and Associate Professor Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj, Ph.D., were honored at the annual alumni awards.
The TLTR Presents: “Online Learning Day". Online teaching topics and tools will be discussed. Come for one session or both!
Dr. Craig Irvine (Columbia) will speak on the "Principles and Practice of Narrative Medicine," on April 5th at, 5 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
Core II classes continue to explore connections between faith and science.
The national debate on the right to health care coverage continues, but with Medicaid, coverage isn't necessarily care.
Tiffanie Blackmon-Jones describes how Seton Hall's strategic leadership program provided her with the insight, research and engagement advance her career in Public Relations.
Dr. Greg Floyd, Core Fellow in the University Core, has written an article entitled "Death Clarifies What We Love."
PhD in Health Sciences degree candidates to defend dissertations on these topics on March 21.
Filmmaker Alexander Markov presents "Soviet Filmmakers in Africa: Documentary Cinema in the Service of the State"
More than 50 Phi Kappa Theta alumni & friends attended a buffet brunch before the Seton Hall vs. DePaul men’s basketball game.
According to Inside Higher Ed, if March Madness was based on academic performance Seton Hall would finish in the Elite Eight.
Will discuss Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and the cognitive approach to psychology on April 6, 2018.
Education Professor Examines Neurofeedback As A Non-Medicinal Alternative For ADD/ADHD
The Center for Faculty Development will again be hosting Faculty Lunches throughout the 2017-18 academic year.
Three students were selected to be HASTAC Scholars for the first time ever. Studying intersect of science, tech and the art.
Compliance Counsel Kristen D. Hardy ‘11 values the opportunities Seton Hall provided her with.
Join Professor Jorge Lopez Cortina as he discusses the Cham Heritage Extension Program on Monday, March 19 at 6 p.m.
Philosophy major Robert Del Mauro presented his original research on the philosophy of law at esteemed national conference.
Dr. James McGlone will present a reading of G. K. Chesterton’s Father Brown Story: The Invisible Man
The Heart of the University Retreat Series gives faculty and administrators of all faiths the opportunity for guided reflection.
This is a celebration of forming students as "servant leaders in a global society." It will be held on Wednesday, April 4th.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Matthew Desmond recently spoke and signed copies of his bestselling book Evicted.
This year's annual Conference on Women and Gender will take place on Friday, March 16 from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m.
PhD in Health Sciences candidate explores the effects of English proficiency on access, utilization and health status.
The University of Delaware professor of physics will discuss the perceived conflict between science and Catholicism on March 13 at 4 p.m.
Professor Allan Wright's most recent book, 25 Life Changing Questions from the Gospels, has been translated into Polish.
Inviting listeners to pick from a music menu, SHUFFLE Concert delivers an intimate experience with various genres of music.
Rose Mercadante Chemistry Seminar Series -Ph.D seminar of Karpagavalli Ramji - new catalysts for wastewater purification
The Denver Jazz Club Youth All Stars bring creative, New Orleans and Chicago style jazz music to SOPAC on March 20, 2018.
Retired professor John Paitakes gives advice for how to build a successful career in criminal justice in his new book.
Core Fellow Jason Scully has published a book on an important figure in early Christian history with Oxford University Press.
Core texts explore the link between faith and science.