Graduate students meet Seton Hall alumnus and entrepreneur Brian Fitzpatrick ('75) who shares his company's rise to success.
Dr. Frank Braio will present a lecture series on Canadian Jesuit theologian Bernard Lonergan's economic theory.
Poll results indicate a wide margin believes that the Wild Card round should be more than a single elimination game.
The latest poll on Colin Kaepernick, Nike, Pres. Trump, Serena Williams, Tiger Woods and Urban Meyer was featured in Forbes.
Stillman students travel to India for a 10-day long study abroad opportunity.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll is looking for students and student groups to help poll -- and get paid!
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies honors two young alumni with Emerging Entrepreneur Awards at Hall of Fame Dinner.
CPAs Ralph, M.S.'98, and Marylee R. Evangelista to be inducted into the University's Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Stillman School No. 108 in listing of the best undergraduate business programs in the nation.
Charles Grantham, director of the Center for Sport Management, weighed in on Colin Kaepernick's suit against the NFL.
Celebrating the common journey shared by our community, Seton Hall launches The Lovelette Interdisciplinary Series on 9/20.
Abe Kasbo '94/M.P.A. '99, founder and CEO of Verasoni Worldwide, to be inducted into University's Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.
Seton Hall Insurance Professionals (SHIP) facilitates connections for students and alumni.
Michael Reuter, director of the Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development, will receive the Leo Zatta Award.
Professor Scott Rothbort appeared on CNBC and Bloomberg Radio to discuss PepsiCo's CEO and new MSG deal.
Entrepreneurs will honor Abe Kasbo '94/M.P.A.'99, Founder and CEO of Varasoni Worldwide, and Ralph, M.S.'98 and Marylee R. Evangelista, Co-Managing Members of Frazer, Evangelista and Company.
For the seventh year in a row, the Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development achieves 100 Percent Placement.
100+ students participated in Career Center sponsored "Road Trips" to organizations around the metropolitan area.
Aileen Flanagan '86 made running her strength and worldwide journey as she battled with cancer.
After four busy years at Seton Hall University, Andrew Hustick is beginning a career with BlackRock Asset Management.
Alphayaya Barrie went from a "life in the streets," taking "penitentiary chances," to business school grad with 15 job offers.
The Stillman School of Business’ supply chain management class was invited to tour AT&T’s Global Network Operations Center.
Leadership junior Mario Damasceno represents Seton Hall at the McDonald Cadet Leadership Conference at U.S. Military Academy.
Stillman professor Kurt Rotthoff, Ph.D., enjoys using sports examples in his economics and finance courses.
Covering legalized sports betting and attitudes about baseball, findings were featured in USA Today, MSN, ESPN and NJ.com.