Communication and the Arts' newly formed student board collected donations for nonprofit Women Aware during March 2018.
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Nicole Swenarton '16 shares how Pirate TV gave her the confidence to land a job post-graduation.
More than 40 graduates were celebrated at the College of Communication and the Arts’ third annual Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony on May 17.
Sister Rose Thering Fund event to feature a keynote speech by Cardinal Joseph Tobin and honor two outstanding community members.
Undergraduate student, Claudia Sa, was selected as an honoree for the Career Center's 2018 Experiential Education Awards.
Graduating Scholar, Kristal Corona, celebrates acceptance to Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
M.A. in Public Relations and M.A. in Strategic Communication students recently presented their Master’s Project research.
Monsignor Dennis Mahon, Ph.D., associate professor of communication, served as a faculty member and administrator for more than 40 years.
The Communication and the Arts Graduate Student Association hosted several events in honor of Graduate Student Appreciation Week in April.
Albin Wicki, Communication and the Arts' TV Studio chief engineer, recently won his third Emmy Award.
NJ Tech Selects Unanue Latino Institute Executive Director, Stephanie Macias-Arlington, One of 2018's Top Innovators to Watch.
The College's annual alumni signature event included a scotch tasting and live music and honored three outstanding graduates.
Aimee Tillyer shared her experience on the importance of internships at the Small Museum Association’s Annual Conference.
Gregory Stevens, a distinguished museum career coach, shared valuable career tips at the Museum Professions Career Lab.
Erica Naumann is a recipient of the 2018 Experiential Education Graduate Student Award from the University’s Career Center.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute is thrilled to recognize our scholars graduating this upcoming May 2018!
The Institute for Communication and Religion and University Libraries hosted “The Absence of Healthy Confrontation” in April.
CommArts recently honored faculty member Patricia Kuchon, Emmanuel Vozos '07, and Bernie Waggenblast '78 at annual reception.
Friedrich Nietzsche, German philosopher, offers an interesting contrast to many of the other texts read in Core II.
The Sister Rose Thering Fund celebrates their 25th Anniversary by commemorating Sister Rose’s Yahrzeit on April 29.
Acclaimed writer and MacArthur "Genius" Grant Awardee, Dinaw Mengestu, will read on Tuesday, May 1st at 7 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
The Seton Hall Theatre Department will co-host Vanguard Theatre Company's "Broadway Buddies Mentorship Cabaret" at SOPAC.
Anna Carpenter, a junior Music/Theatre major, shares why she loves performing behind the scenes of her busy schedule.
Nine students delve into London's theatrical history by visiting theatres, attending shows and learning from professionals.
Plans this summer? Study-abroad in Nicaragua or the Netherlands this summer with the College of Communication and the Arts.