Philosopher James Stacey Taylor argues that human organ markets are morally required.
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The theme of the two-day event is "Afflicted Bodies, Affected Societies: Disease and Wellness in Historical Perspective".
Elizabeth Williams-Riley of the American Conference on Diversity will share insights at the Martin Luther King Day Symposium.
In Fides et ratio, philosophy is committed to serving the expansion of right reason.
President Meehan, Rev. Pritchett and three students reflect on diversity, inclusion and the Martin Luther King Day symposium.
Amy Giuliano discusses her exciting entrepreneurial venture in this article that originally appeared on Aleteia.org.
Seton Hall University will host its annual Graduate Open House on Saturday, February 23 from noon to 3 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
Senior history majors Michael Novak and Kalliopi Logothetis recently presented their research at national conferences
Students work with Dr. Jim Daly on gathering, analyzing, and displaying data on the Ukrainian Diaspora in NJ.
Marta Suazo has received the Sol J. Barer Scholarship in Life Sciences from Celgene, a global biopharmaceutical company.
Criminal Justice Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari's award-winning documentary, Why They Kill, was broadcast on Fox TV, Alaska.
Judge Patricia K. Costello '74 gave a CJSA lecture on "The Role of a Chief Judge: Managing Crises and Improving the System."
Professor Maisha Mitchell will be teaching a new course in the Spring about Latino/a in the U.S.
Antonella Fegan presented at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action's annual conference.
The Latino Institute sponsored transportation along with other departments to take students to a Diversity Conference.
The Latino Institute co-sponsored an event with M.A.C. for their multicultural Fashion Show that was open to all students.
Alumnus Christian Zeron '16, founder and CEO of Theo & Harris, a vintage watch company, recently cracked $2 million in sales.
The Office of International Programs announces trips in 2019 to Ethiopia, China, Italy, Ireland, Japan and Brazil.
By the conclusion of this event, it was clear that the answer to the question "Will The Story Survive?" was a resounding yes.
The NJ Historical Commission presented Seton Hall University alumnus Joseph Bilby ’65 with the Richard J. Hughes Award.
Frank Pannucci '03/MPA '08 received an award at this year's New Jersey League of Municipalities Convention.
The Program of Catholic Studies is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu) 2019
Students learn about sustainable foods systems on field trips to Windsong Farm, Pfeiffer Center and Stone Barns Center.
Grigoriy "Grisha" Shekhtman has been awarded a grant to research the relationship between social media and alcohol abuse.
The symposium, held in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr, is open to current and prospective students, as well as alumni.
Seminar by Todd Hyster, Princeton University, “Radical Biocatalysis: Using Open-shell Species to Unlock New Enzyme Function"