A lecture proposing a simple way Christian scientists can effectively renew the practice of science.
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The Idea of the Catholic University Today A Colloquium on Dialogue and Mission with Neil Ormerod and Michael Stebbins
The Center for Catholic Studies will host The Idea of the Catholic University Today, A Colloquium on Dialogue and Mission.
J. Michael Stebbins, Ph.D., has been appointed as the Toth/Lonergan Endowed Visiting Professor for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Are you interested in studying or working abroad? Come and hear our Globetrotters who recently have done so in many countries.
Meet with academic advisors, professors, Career Center staff, and undergraduate students to discuss programs and careers.
As we kick off a new year, new leaders prepare to shape the future of Diplomacy with the Diploforlife community.
The Catholic Studies Program along with the Department of Religion proudly present, "Can a Catholic Critique of "Throwaway Culture" Pull Politics From The Brink?", on October 8, 2019 at 3 p.m.
Writer Maria Kuznetsova explores a young immigrant's search for home in her much-talked about debut novel Oksana, Behave!
Cardinal Peter Turkson provides the opening address at the Just Peace Through Nonviolence Conference, Monday, September 30.
This Wednesday, Sept. 4, a group of at least 400 Catholics met in the Church of St. Mary's/Newark Abbey to pray and to march.
Students toured the Google Headquarters in NY and the NJ State House in Trenton through the boot camps, held over the summer.
Giant Leap Summer Science Workshop welcomes new cohort of high school students for explorations in STEM.
Renowned evidence scholar, D. Michael Risinger was featured in a six-part symposium for the Washington Post on forensics.
The first annual A&S Assembly is a ceremonial initiation into the "Oldest and Boldest" college on campus.
The latest volume of Arcadia: A Student Journal for Faith and Culture is now available.
Reflect on the 400th anniversary of the landing of enslaved Africans in Virginia on Friday August 30 at 12 noon on the Green.
Using her skills as an anthropologist, Rhonda Quinn, Ph.D., helps shed light on the identity of a long-buried New York woman.
Seton Hall was recognized as a "Top College," a “Best College for your Money” and as a "College of Distinction."
Recent graduate Santiago Losada received a Fulbright Award to teach English and conduct a research project in Moldova.
Office of International Programs relaunches their #hallabroad travel photo contest on social media.
Professor David Bossman has retired this year after 34 years of service to the Seton Hall community.
New grant for the development of new generation of photovoltaic devices (solar cells) has been awarded to Professor Mehmet Sahiner, from the Department of Physics.
Professor Mary Landriau participated in a roundtable with child welfare experts from 31 states and 3 tribal nations.
Two students and one alumna will be on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Social Workers - NJ.
Catholic Studies adjunct faculty member, Father Joseph R. Laracy, was inducted into the inaugural class of Fellows of the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics for his contributions to interdisciplinary communication.
Assistant Professor and Green Chemistry advocate David A. Laviska, Ph.D. is not only a great mind, but a great person.