ELMP Professor Awarded $447,000 Research Grant
Dr. Carolyn Sattin-Bajaj and her research collaborators were awarded a $447,000 research grant from the William T. Grant Foundation.
Sports Poll on Performance Enhancing Drugs
Half think baseball still has drug problem, but disapproval ratings dropping for those under cloudy public opinion.
High School Students Prepare for College
Entire senior class of North Star Academy College Preparatory High School collaborate with Seton Hall faculty.
Nursing Open House
College of Nursing will Host Open House on Tuesday, May 5 from 9 - 11 a.m., in the Faculty Lounge (2nd Floor) of the College of Nursing.
Evening of Roses Witness to Liberation
Sister Rose Thering Fund for Education in Jewish-Christian Studies honors Carolyn Dorfman and Tom Dugan as Humanitarians
CEHS alumna and Bergenfield teacher Kathy Villone named "LifeChanger of the Year."
Villone was the only New Jersey teacher chosen out of 600 educators to win the award.
Pirate’s Eye on Terranze Griffin
Pirate Press sat down with Terranze Griffin, associate director of regional alumni engagement.
Go International with Fulbright
2016-17 Fulbright U.S. Student Program competition opens, offers funding to study, research or teach abroad.
LDHP Junior Attends West Point Conference
Kyle Packnick represents Seton Hall University at the McDonald Cadet Leadership Conference at West Point on April 16-19.
WSOU Students Win Journalism Awards
WSOU students took first and second place honors in the annual Garden State Journalists Association awards.
SHU Tutopia Event- Reading Day
Join us for our SHU Tutopia Event on Reading Day, May 5 (3pm-6pm). Free drop-in tutoring, prizes, raffles &food!
Chesterton Conference in Rome, Italy
A Bishop Dressed Like a Clown: What apologetic means in the Third Millenium
Kathleen Boozang Named Law School Dean
Kathleen M. Boozang has been named the new dean of the School of Law, effective July 1, 2015.
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.
Ethics and Economics Forum
The next Ethics and Economics Forum meeting will be on April 30 at 12:30 p.m. in Business Conference Room, Jubilee Hall 558.
Prom Dress Drive
DOVE is hosting a prom dress drive for Covenant House. Now - 6/1, donate gently used prom dresses in the DOVE office.
Students Honored as Servant Leaders
Five Seton Hall University students were recognized as servant leaders both on and off campus.
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
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.