The Center for Diaconal Formation is pleased to announce a unique resource, Called to Greater Love, for wives of deacons.
Celebrate Irish Heritage Week by marching with Seton Hall in the NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade and attending on-campus events.
Author Matthew Desmond lectures and signs copies of his Pulitzer Prize winning book.
Seton Hall's Student Alumni Association (SAA) will participate in Student Engagement and Philanthropy Month this February.
Author Lee E. Miller is bringing his workshops back to campus to teach attendees to control their outcomes in negotiations.
Congratulations to the inaugural class of the Online Teaching Certificate program!
Graduate student, Ryan McCloskey, received a 40 Under 40 Award from Irish Echo Newspaper and will be honored on February 23.
Diplomacy major and Catholic Studies minor Lindsay Smetanka discusses her internship with International Crisis Group.
Thomas Pickering, who holds the Foreign Service's highest rank of career ambassador, visits Seton Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 27.
Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine Receives Preliminary Accreditation
University participates in a social media program to celebrate student success and academic accomplishments.
M.S. in Athletic Training alumnus John Baker & current student Taylor Beam discuss the AT profession and SHU’s MSAT program.
Health Services outlines several measures they've taken to prevent illness and to respond to cases of influenza like illness
Prof. Paul Christiansen publishes book that details effect of music on viewers in presidential campaign ads since 1952.
Stillman Student Taylor Salomon receives the Oustanding Service Award from alumnus Jerry Walker's nonprofit organization.
Four military veterans join the Spring 2018 Stillman School of Business M.B.A. class.
To be eligible for membership in the Honor Scholastic Society, candidates must be Junior or Senior Students with a 3.5 GPA.
What many classes may be reading in Core II this week is The City of God by Augustine of Hippo.
Jewish-Christian Studies offers a day of professional development exploring Jews and the French Resistance in World War II.
Public Administration Head Matthew Hale receives Educator Award from New Jersey Municipal Management Association
Derlyne Gardiner didn’t allow a car accident or a house fire to prevent her from realizing her dream of becoming a nurse.
"The Political Consequences of Assassination: a Perspective of the American Secret Service" lecture by Jerome A. Ballarotto.
Professor and V.P. Isiah Warner of LSU to present "Reflections on STEM Programs within the Office of Strategic Initiatives."
Professor Manojlovic and graduate student Morgan McMichen research the possibilities Central America.
Bring your best idea to life by attending Seton Hall University's Graduate Open House on Saturday, February 24th.
Students are learning how to contribute to public debates constructively by writing their own opinion and news articles.
Communication and the Arts opens sports media series with animated dialogue among leading baseball media professionals.
The effects of dual-tasking on spatiotemporal parameters of gait in older adults and patient fall-risk in a geriatric psychiatry unit are the topics of the February 19-20 defenses.
The most recent Sports Poll results were featured in USA Today, Yahoo Finance, NY Daily News, AOL, ESPN, AP and....
"Project Write to Learn" brings OT and SLP Scholars into elementary schools to help children with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD).
Stillman's Buccino Center for Leadership Development earned, for the fourth year in a row, a #1 ranking in the LEAD Awards.
This week, many Core II classes will be covering Perpetua of Carthage.
Come celebrate Maslenitsa, Russian Mardi Gras, with the Slavic Club, Thursday, February 15th, 2018, in Fahy 236, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Student organizations are planning various events during African American History month to enrich the cultural experience of campus.
The School reconnects with our 2018 SDG Challenge Finalists in Part II of this series.
G.K. Chesterton Institute publishes Special Journalism Issue for Catholic Journalism Month and gives William McGurn award.
Edmund Adjapong has been selected to receive the New Scholar Creativity and Pedagogy 2017 Award.
Rev. Raimundo Rivera, whose family perished in El Salvador in the 1980s, will speak about his forgiveness journey on Feb. 22.
The Mock Trial team has won again, solidifying its place as a Top 100 team and qualifying for the Open Round Championship.
MPA Graduate and Essex County Freeholder replaces Sheila Oliver in NJ Assembly.
Catholic Business Leaders will address issues of Catholic Social Teaching, ethics and professional conduct today.
The Communication Honors Alumni Mentor Program (CHAMP)begins its 8th year.
Join us for the talk "Utopia Was Peru: Inca Sovereigns, Tudor Translators, and the First New England" by Christopher Heaney.
CNBC contributor Larry Kudlow and historian Brian Domitrovic to speak on the John F. Kennedy tax cuts.
On Monday February 12th from 4-5:30 p.m. in the Chancellor’s Suite, philosopher Dr. Hershenov will discuss hell's fairness.
Clint Wallace, head of HR, Sanofi North America, will discuss academic skills expected to be in demand in the next 5-10 years.
The 7th Annual Faculty Talent will feature faculty members from across campus sharing their various talents for a good cause.
WSOU's "Thank God for Monday" presents a 3-part series on sexual harassment prevention with host Brother Greg Cellini.
Exclusive speaker series blends journalist advice with panel discussions lead by sports industry professionals.
Counseling Psychology doctoral students Jiwon Yoo and Beyza Sinan founded iBuddy in 2016 to support cross-cultural friendships.