Professor Hugh Dugan was featured throughout the media on tariff policies, immigration reform and the Singapore Summit.
Katia Diaz '13 will travel to her home country, the Dominican Republic, to teach English and mentor students in January 2019.
JROTC high school students attended the New Jersey Cadet Ethics and Leadership Conference on June 3.
James Hanson's scientific collaboration results in polymer emitter technology to control invasive species in our waterways.
Keaton Douglas, M.A. in Theology, is a singer, a theologian and a warrior in the fight against addiction.
The Jewish, Catholic and Baptist communities all took part in a memorable Sister Rose Thering Fund Evening of Roses on June 5th.
Senior Nia Green has been awarded a fellowship for the National WWII Museum's Normandy Academy Program.
On June 20th, Bethany Hall will be dedicated to Monsignor Robert Sheeran in recognition of his historic impact on Seton Hall.
For the seventh year in a row, the Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development achieves 100 Percent Placement.
University commencement displays Latino American pride among keynote speaker, valedictorian, and Unanue scholar class.
Cara Blue Adams, Asst. Professor of English, has been awarded a 2018 Center for Fiction Emerging Writers Fellowship.
100+ students participated in Career Center sponsored "Road Trips" to organizations around the metropolitan area.
Many Are One is an event that honors successful alumni for their contributions to their communities and the University.
Ines Angeli Murzaku, Ph.D., Director of Catholic Studies Program will deliver the keynote address at Wyszynski in Poland.
Professor Stanley L. Jaki, O.S.B. joins Copernicus and Mendel on a list of five 'world-shaping' Catholic scientists.
The Department of Human Resources honored 133 longtime employees of Seton Hall for their more than 10 years of service.
Exclusive digital platform to provide Pirates an opportunity to network, mentor and post and search for job opportunities.
Aileen Flanagan '86 made running her strength and worldwide journey as she battled with cancer.
University and Hackensack Meridian Health forging new path in medical education.
From June 5-7 learn about DH and receive a consultation on your proposed project prior to submitting a Seed Grant application.
The School takes new steps in its relationship with GAAMAC this summer.
Nursing Professor Phyllis Shanley Hansell receives the R. Louise McManus Medal for her many achievements and contributions.
Former NJ Governor Richard Codey came to campus to mark Seton Hall's membership in the Codey Fund for Mental Health's Stigma Free campaign.
Deacon Andrew J. DeSilva was accepted to the Seminary Program of the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics.
Communication and the Arts' newly formed student board collected donations for nonprofit Women Aware during March 2018.
Seton Hall celebrated New Jersey's 14 newest second lieutenants at the Pirate Battalion Army ROTC Commissioning Ceremony.
Nicole Swenarton '16 shares how Pirate TV gave her the confidence to land a job post-graduation.
TLTC and the Center for Faculty Development are offering a session this summer for faculty to earn an Online Teaching Certificate.
National Athletic Trainers' Association awards top prize to Seton Hall students for video contest promoting AT profession.
In April, the Public Relations program honored its students' successes in Points of PRide, an annual student-alumni event.
Our Abd el Kader Fellow leads students as they present to key officials at the State Department and the CIA.
Anthony R. Slimowicz, Esq. will be honored by his alma mater with its most prestigious alumni award.
After four busy years at Seton Hall University, Andrew Hustick is beginning a career with BlackRock Asset Management.
Seton Hall University celebrated its 161st baccalaureate commencement; U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza delivered the address.
More than 40 graduates were celebrated at the College of Communication and the Arts’ third annual Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony on May 17.
New and improved off-campus housing solution are now offered through Places4Students.com.
Alphayaya Barrie went from a "life in the streets," taking "penitentiary chances," to business school grad with 15 job offers.
Tony Varughese '17 discusses how his Catholic Studies minor helped prepare him for medical school and beyond.
Sister Rose Thering Fund event to feature a keynote speech by Cardinal Joseph Tobin and honor two outstanding community members.
Trained therapy dogs visit the campus green to aid students in decompressing before finals commenced.
Immaculate Conception Seminary is holding a raffle in conjunction with it's annual benefit golf outing and banquet.
The newly formed Faculty Retirement Group (FRG) completed its first year of meetings and events.
The 4th Annual Praxis Program Summer Workshop in Rome, Italy, and allow for dialogue on catholic theology of education
Undergraduate student, Claudia Sa, was selected as an honoree for the Career Center's 2018 Experiential Education Awards.
Barbara Kiernan, '65 will receive the School and College Service Award at the 32nd annual Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala.
Graduating Scholar, Kristal Corona, celebrates acceptance to Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
M.A. in Public Relations and M.A. in Strategic Communication students recently presented their Master’s Project research.
Monsignor Dennis Mahon, Ph.D., associate professor of communication, served as a faculty member and administrator for more than 40 years.
Naomi A. Shuyama had a great opportunity to serve as an intern for the United Nations' annual Committee on Teaching About the United Nations.
The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association hosted several events in honor of Graduate Student Appreciation Week in April.