Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee Speaks
Nobel laureate and peace activist Leymah Gbowee delivers an address at the School of Diplomacy’s World Leaders Forum.
IT Winter Maintenance Schedule
Department of Information Technology upgrades and maintenance scheduled for January 3-11, 2015.
Blackboard Mass Course Deletion
To make room for new courses, Blackboard courses listed with the University Registrar for Spring 2013 and Summer 2013 will be deleted on Dec. 15, 2014.
Nursing Dedicates Week to Ebola Awareness
College of Nursing shares the latest evidence-based information on the history of Ebola, the current outbreak, preventative measures and more.
Highlights of the MHA Program
Forbes' #7 ranking, the Star-Ledger report on health management education and an alum's video testimonial tell the Seton Hall MHA story.
Online Counseling Degree Recognized for Best Value
Online counseling graduate program recognized for best value by ONLINEU.
Stillman Professor's "Bright Idea"
Anca Cotet-Grecu receives a Bright Idea Award for article on the effect of the physician examination requirement.
Ethics and Economics Forum
The next Ethics and Economics Forum meeting will be on Dec. 2, 2014 at 12:30 p.m. in UC 214.
Nobel Laureate To Speak
The School of Diplomacy and International Relations hosts Liberian Noble Laureate and activist on November 20.
Spend Spring Break in South Dakota
The Dean's Office of the College of Arts and Sciences will host a Servant Leadership Experience to South Dakota.
On Assignment in Afghanistan
A Diplomacy student applies the skills he's developed at school to assisting the U.S. effort in Afghanistan.
A Trip to Medieval Ireland
A Celtic Art Workshop took place at Seton Hall on November 8. Participants created their own illuminated Celtic angels.
Turn Selfies into UNSelfies
Join Seton Hall's celebration of giving back this #GivingTuesday and all season by posting your #UNselfie.
Beatification on American Soil
NJ native Sr. Miriam Teresa Demjanovich, of the Sisters of Charity of Elizabeth Ann Seton was Beatified on October 4.
Nursing Students Prepare for Catastrophic Events
Second Degree B.S.N. students trained to respond during an emergency simulation arranged by the College of Nursing and Department of Public Safety.
Garden State Hardwood Classic
The athletics departments of Seton Hall and Rutgers jointly announced the newly branded "Garden State Hardwood Classic".
Pack The Chapel
"They heard what he said and followed Jesus." John 1:37
Expert Led Nonprofit Workshops
The Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute (NSRI) at Seton Hall University will host sustainability workshops on 12/1.
Count Basie Orchestra Comes to SOPAC
The Count Basie Orchestra, known as the "Swingingest Band in all the Land" since 1935, is still going strong today.
A Dance of Hope Comes to SOPAC
Seton Hall co-sponsors an inspiring event by choreographer Carolyn Dorfman on November 13. Get your free tickets today!
Join Mr. Len Moskowitz for a weekly Torah portion seminar.
Dr. Regis Martin at Seton Hall
Noted theologian Dr. Regis Martin sheds light and hope on the nature of a “fallen world” with upcoming presentation.
Every Day I Go to Work Is Veterans Day
"Every day I go to work is Veterans Day," says Anthony Nickele, a senior from Detroit who knew at a very young age that he wanted to be a nurse.
Best in Track Award at Online Learning Consortium
Renee Cicchino Part of Award-winning Team at Online Learning Consortium Conference in Orlando.
Stillman M.B.A. One of the Best
Princeton Review guidebook touts outstanding academic offerings within Seton Hall's M.B.A. program.