The Chesterton Review, Vol. 41-NEW ISSUE
The Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture announces the publication The Chesterton Review, Vol. 41, No. 1&2.
Seton Hall Screens Documentary by Alumnus
SHU grad Kevin McLaughlin unveils new documentary on the 1967 Newark riots.
CEHS Students Win NJ Distinguished Student Teacher Awards
Three students from the College of Education and Human Services were honored as NJ Distinguished Student Teachers.
Healthy Mind & Body Charity Walkathon
Join The Three Doctors Foundation and Seton Hall’s EOP & PMPDPP in stepping toward a healthy lifestyle!
Four Inducted into Athletics Hall of Fame
Four former Pirate standouts were inducted into the Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame on June 22 in Chatham, N.J.
A Breakthrough in Human Evolution
Anthropology professor Rhonda Quinn’s research is part of a ground-breaking discovery.
GEM Fellows Praxis Retreat
Some of the participants from Praxis of the Advanced Mission Seminar were in Rome for an academic retreat 19-25 May 2015.
Changes in Athletic Training Profession
master's degree in athletic training will be required to become a Certified
Athletic Trainer. Seton Hall's MSAT is CAATE-accredited.
SOxSO Session Explores the Benefits of Poetry
Discover how poetry could land you a job or help treat depression at a SOxSO session led by two Seton Hall professors.
National Healthcare Award for Cahill
American College of Healthcare Executives honors SHMS professor Terrence Cahill with the Exemplary Service Award.
Nursing Career Launched Before Graduation
Six internships, hard work and a competitive externship led to a guaranteed job waiting for Jordan Mabalatan after graduation.
The Chesterton Review, SPANISH EDITION
The Chesterton Institute announces the publication of VOL. VI of the review in Spanish.
A Heroine Come to Life
Rising junior Leigha Wentz reflects on her experience of U.S. National Security Advisor Ambassador Susan Rice's visit to campus.
Diplomacy Alumni Receive Fellowships
Two Diplomacy graduates are heading to the nation's capital as Presidential Management Fellows.
Plans for New School of Medicine Move Forward
Definitive agreement signing marks next step for new school of medicine.
Diplomacy Welcomes Three New Board Members
The School of Diplomacy appoints three new members to serve on the Board of Overseers.
"Many Are One" Alumni Awards Gala
2015 "Many Are One" Alumni Awards Gala will take place on Friday, June 12 at the Hanover Marriott in Whippany, N.J.
Online bibliography with GEM
The Bernard J. Lonergan Institute launches Select Interdisciplinary Bibliography on GEM, the Disciplines & Professions.
Dedicated Vocalist Continues Voice Education
Christine Byrne '15 displays a dedication to her vocal career as she pursues her graduate education in vocal performance.
The New Norm
Interprofessional practice is not just a buzz word in the healthcare industry. Patient-centered collaboration is the standard.
Hobbs Reflects on Challenges
Patrick Hobbs, outgoing Seton Hall Law School dean, addressed graduates during his last commencement ceremony.
Saluting Pirate Battalion’s Newest Graduates
Seton Hall Celebrates Its Eight New Second Lieutenants in Annual Commissioning Ceremony.
Seton Hall Model UN Team Wins Big
SHUNA Claims a Record Nine Awards at Penn State Conference.
Donna Mesler Nominated for GEM Award
Donna Mesler, Ph.D., R.N., was nominated for her Education and Mentorship skills at the New York/New Jersey Metro Area GEM Awards hosted by nurse.com
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology Fully Reaccredited
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology has been reaccredited by the Association of Theological Schools.