In celebration of Women’s History Month and the Seton Hall University
Women’s Conference, we are seeking nominations for the University’s
2013 Woman of the Year.
This annual award recognizes and honors outstanding leaders who have
made significant contributions to the success of women at the
University. By deeds and actions, this person reflects the importance of
women at Seton Hall and demonstrates a loyalty to women’s issues at the
Once selected, the recipient will be honored at this year’s Women’s
Conference, which takes place on Friday, March 22, in the Main Lounge of
the University Center. This year’s conference theme, “Women Inspiring
Innovations through Imagination,” honors women in the STEM fields of
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Current administrators, staff and faculty members from all areas of
the University are eligible for the Woman of the Year award, and can be
nominated by an individual or group.
Nominations are due Wednesday, March 13.
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Below are recent recipients of the Woman of the Year award:
2012 - Phyllis Hansell, Dean of the College of Nursing
2011 - Chrysanthy Grieco, Associate Professor of English
2010 - Maxine Laurie, Former Professor of History
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