Study Abroad 2015: An African Immersion
A group of 15 Diplomacy Students toured Ethiopia on an African Union Study Tour.
New Certificate in UN Studies
The School of Diplomacy is pleased to launch a new Graduate Certificate program in United Nations Studies.
CPCS Hosted Conference in Washington D.C.
2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the ending of World War II, rekindling historic memories and decades old animosities.
U.S. National Security Advisor to Visit Seton Hall
In collaboration with the Donald M. Payne, Sr. Global Foundation, the School of Diplomacy will host Ambassador Susan Rice.
Indelible Memories From Peru
Graduate student Thomas Hill reflects on his internship with a non-profit and the Quechua weavers of Peru.
Student Researchers Prepare Innovative Studies
Center for UN and Global Governance Studies and Diplomacy graduate students are conducting a pair of research projects.
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.
Diplomacy Students Appointed UN Youth Reps
Two Diplomacy sophomores selected to be UN Youth Representatives.
Permanent Observer Blog Reaches Milestone
Diplomacy Professor Dr. Martin Edwards talks about the career development value of a scholarly blog.
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.