MPA Alum Selected Acting Borough Administrator
2008 MPA Graduate Frank Pannucci Jr., was recently affirmed as the Acting Borough Administrator of Point Pleasant.
Rewatch Cardinal O'Malley's Lecture on the Hispanic Presence in the Church
His Eminence Cardinal Seán O'Malley delivered a special lecture on the important presence of the Latino community in the Catholic Church.
Pirate Blue's Craig Biggio Hall of Fame Trip
On July 26, Pirate Blue will host a Hall of Fame trip to Cooperstown for SHU alum Craig Biggio's induction ceremony.
Nursing Hosts Research Symposium
New Ph.D. grad's presentation focused on results from a nursing survey related to safety
Catholic Studies Professor is Headed to Israel
Dr. Monika Rice has been selected to present her latest research at a Yad Vashem international workshop in Jerusalem.
Archbishop Hebda Gives Petersheim Keynote
The Petersheim Academic Exposition opened with a keynote address by Archbishop Bernard Hebda, coadjutor of Newark.
Law Professor Named a Guggenheim Fellow
Law professor Thomas Healy has received a coveted Guggenheim Fellowship,
awarded for "prior achievement and exceptional promise."
Catholicism in China Presentation
The Department of Catholic Studies, with Asian Studies, is hosting a lecture on the history of Catholicism in China.
Leadership Opportunity for Latino Students
The deadline for students of Hispanic descent to apply for the Governor's Hispanic Fellows Program is Thurs., April 23, 2015.
Stillman Alumni Dinner Series
Alumni of the Stillman School meet with current students to discuss business.
SAVE Team Applications
Want to join the 2015-2016 SAVE Team?? Apply online today! Applications accepted through May 1st.
Student Entrepreneurs Compete for $10,000
Freshman Ryan Skolnick wins Pirates Pitch venture fund competition, receives $6,000 and advice from entrepreneurs.
Catholic-Orthodox Ecumenical Dialogue
The Department of Catholic Studies is proud to present The Orthodox-Catholic Dialogue Expert Panel Discussion
MLK Scholars Talk Global Justice
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Leadership Program will host the Mandela-King Symposium on Global Justice on Friday, April 24, 2015 from 11 a.m. –12:30 p.m. in the Walsh Library's Beck Rooms as part of the Petersheim Academic Exposition. The event is free and open to the Seton Hall University community and public.
Charity Golf Event to Benefit Fire Prevention
The Aspiring Kindness Foundation annual charity golf event in honor of the Seton Hall fire victims will be held June 22 at Rock Spring Club.
Professor Simone Alexander Awarded Book Prize
Professor Simone A. James Alexander Wins Prestigious Book Award.
Delta Epsilon Sigma Induction April 23
Department of Catholic Studies Delta Epsilon Sigma National Honor Society Induction
Inspiring High School Students
Seton Hall faculty and North Star Academy college preparatory high school fosters interest in STEM fields.
Msgr. James Cafone S.T.D. Memorial Lecture
Department of Catholic Studies is proud to present a lecture in memory of Monsignor James Cafone S.T.D.
Seton Hall Offers New Master of Social Work
The College of Arts and Sciences' newest degree program will prepare you for advanced practice in behavioral health.
Seton Hall Has Top 12 Fastest Growing Seminary
The Deseret News identifies Immaculate Conception Seminary among 12 of the fastest growing seminaries in North America.
DOVE Honors the Late Archbishop Romero
DOVE will commemorate the beatification of San Salvador Archbishop Oscar Romero with a Spanish music mass on April 26.
Study Abroad 2015: An African Immersion
A group of 15 Diplomacy Students toured Ethiopia on an African Union Study Tour.
New Certificate in UN Studies
The School of Diplomacy is pleased to launch a new Graduate Certificate program in United Nations Studies.
Nine Members Will Drive Tau Chi Beta Forward
The new sorority will focus on service for humanity and will work with mentors and other community groups on campus to help others.