CommArts recently honored faculty member Patricia Kuchon, Emmanuel Vozos '07, and Bernie Waggenblast '78 at annual reception.
Frederick Nietzsche, German philosopher, offers an interesting contrast to many of the other texts read in Core II.
Senior capstone students are working on various projects statewide to promote sustainability and environmental reform.
Finalists in the School of Diplomacy's UN SDG Challenge present their plans for a better world by 2030.
The TLTCenter is pleased to announce this year’s summer series, ‘All Things Suite!’
After 8 years, the MRC is more successful than ever and nearly 1,000 students have been involved in the Center's initiatives.
Ines Murzaku, Catholic studies program director, will present seminars & lectures at the Università degli Studi Roma Tre.
Award-winning religion journalist David Gibson spoke “Truth to Power” on campus on April 24.
The Sister Rose Thering Fund celebrates their 25th Anniversary by commemorating Sister Rose’s Yahrzeit on April 29.
April 23, 2018 - Acclaimed writer Dinaw Mengestu will read on Tuesday, May 1st at 7:00 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
Seton Hall undergrads may partake in a cybersecurity bootcamp this summer, along with a cybersecurity certificate this fall.
Undergraduate nursing students recently assumed the role of teacher as part of Community Health Perspectives.
The Seton Hall Theatre Department will co-host Vanguard Theatre Company's "Broadway Buddies Mentorship Cabaret" at SOPAC.
The Center for Faculty Development will offer a workshop on alternative forms of assessment.
Science-loving high school students are invited to spend a week learning about forensics, astronomy, urban farming & more.
Three alumni and three undergraduate students shared their interests, experiences, and journeys towards medical school.
Gaudium et Spes, a required text in Core II classes, deals with temporal problems in light of eternal meaning.
Dean Joyce Strawser networks with business and political leaders at "Walk to Washington," hosted by the NJ Chamber of Commerce.
Seton Hall students fan out across the globe to experience new cultures, languages and cuisines!
Anna Carpenter, a junior Music/Theatre major, shares why she loves performing behind the scenes of her busy schedule.
CommArts welcomes the best in business to discuss subscription-based journalism.
Catherine Kiernan, Esq. was chosen by NJBIZ for a Lifetime Achievement award in its 2018 General Counsel of the Year Awards.
Nine students delve into London's theatrical history by visiting theatres, attending shows and learning from professionals.
Learn tips to de-stress and interact with therapeutic miniature horses at the Second Annual Mind Body Spirit Fest April 25.
Ms. Gloria Garafulich-Grabois of the Chesterton Institute, receives the Gabriela Mistral Order of Merit.
Capstone Students Engage in Environmental Programs impacting campus and the local community.
Seton Hall Law School hosts Richard Rothstein, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Government Segregated America.
The 32nd Annual Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala Comes Home to the Hall this June.
Professor Widian Nicola leads a group of 35 inspired social work students to the United Nations for its 35th annual event.
Ray Navarrete '16 shares his unique journey to a diploma and how his communication degree helps grow his brand, Digmi.
Seton Hall University's Ethics Bowl team placed sixth in the nation in this year's Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl (IEB).
Stillman's Entrepreneurial Center provides mentoring, business services & financial support for student entrepreneurs.
Senior Capstone students promote a cleaner environment by partnering with organizations across New Jersey on various projects.
Grab your fastest friends and challenge other peers as you "race" through campus on an adventurous technology scavenger hunt!
Plans this summer? Study-abroad in Nicaragua or the Netherlands this summer with the College of Communication and the Arts.
Award-winning film premiere and panel discussion with filmmakers and author Richard Rhodes, whose book was inspired by the work of renowned criminologist and Seton Hall Professor, Lonnie Athens.
The Seton Hall University Department of Biological Sciences to host the 11th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium.
Football legend Joe Theismann joined over 100 Seton Hall alumni and business partners on April 5 in Bethany Hall.
Join us for Seton Hall's first ever Giving Day on April 24-25, 2018!
The University recently honored its 2018 cohort of Faculty Researchers and Teachers of the Year for their accomplishments.
This week Core II students may be reading a work by John Henry Cardinal Newman, one of several optional modern texts.
Reputation Management will explore integrated marketing communication strategies and tools that allow public relations professionals to best manage conversations about their brands.
Student Station Manager, Alicia Campos, was one of three student broadcasters nationwide to be recognized as a "Rising Star."
The College of Nursing recently sponsored their first alumni panel of recent B.S.N. graduates to advise the senior class.
The renowned scholar Khalil Gibran Muhammad will give a talk sponsored by the Lewinson Center on diversity in the classroom.
Dr. Zheng Wang proposes new research methods to strengthen international relations methodology in a new book.
Seton Hall University hosts the New Jersey Branch of the American Society for Microbiology Meeting.
Through her Catholic Studies minor, Cassidy Martin '17, R.N., gained an appreciation for Catholicism's contributions to science.
32 students and staff traveled through Israel to see the most iconic and famous sites from the Bible with Campus Ministry.
Prof. Zhang Wang, of SUNY-Albany presents a seminar on the "Total Syntheses of Nannocystins and Biomimetic Syntheses of Natural Products."