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Cardinal Egan
Remembering H.E. Edward Cardinal Egan

Archbishop Emeritus of New York and School of Diplomacy Board of Overseers member, H.E. Edward Cardinal Egan, will be remembered fondly by Dean Andrea Bartoli and the Seton Hall community.

UN Youth Representatives
Diplomacy Students Appointed UN Youth Reps

Two Diplomacy sophomores selected to be UN Youth Representatives.

martin edwards
Permanent Observer Blog Reaches Milestone

Diplomacy Professor Dr. Martin Edwards talks about the career development value of a scholarly blog.

Dr. Youssef Mahmoud
Diplomacy Names Endowed Chair

The School of Diplomacy is proud to announce the establishment of an Endowed Visiting Chair position in honor of late UN diplomat Sergio Vieira de Mello.

Diplomacy Publications
Book Bonanza

During 2014, full-time School of Diplomacy faculty published a total of 4 books. Learn more about the breadth and depth of the this collection.

Nathan Coplin, M.A. '11
Why Give?

Meet Nathan Coplin, M.A. '11 and find out why he gives to the School of Diplomacy.

Mr. Dieng Visits the School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Lessons in Preventing Genocide

Before the holidays, the School of Diplomacy hosted UN Under-Secretary-General and Special Advisor on the Prevention of Genocide. View the post-event coverage.

Former President of the Dominican Republic Leonel Fernandez with School of Diplomacy and International Relations Dean Dr. Andrea Bartoli
Renewing Relationships with the Dominican Republic

Former President of the Dominican Republic recently visited Seton Hall to discuss new avenues for future partnership.

Photo of Hand Holding Pen Writing
Diplomacy Writers Claim Top Prizes

Diplomacy students have taken the top prize in the Seton Hall Summer Essay Contest for the second consecutive year.

leymah and leigha
A Larger than Life Visionary

Diplomacy student Leigha Wentz reflects on her day with Liberian peace activist and Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee.

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