Students taking the "Italy in the Footsteps of the Saints" study abroad course had a private Mass in the Irish Chapel of St. Columbanus in the Vatican Grottoes on March 17.
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Join the SHU Drawdown EcoChallenge team, show the world how we can make a big difference in reversing global warming today.
Antonio Noronha, Division of Neuroscience and Behavior Director at NIAAA, shared his expertise on NIH research grant funding.
Experience a Different Culture Without Leaving the Country! Join us on the trip to Brighton Beach, Coney Island, 4/13/2019.
Presentation of "Charisms in the Life and Mission of the Church Report of the International Pentecostal-Catholic Dialogue," by Dr. Cecil M. Robeck.
The Latino Institute held a lecture on Dominican spiritual and folk hero, Olivorio Mateo.
The Petersheim Academic Expo honoring student scholarship and research begins April 23. Student submissions are due March 22.
Final Ph.D. seminar by Christopher Cultrara, "Applications of siRNA in Cancer Gene Therapy".
The Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry teams up on an initiative that may help prevent waste products in our environment.
The Latino Institute hosted the First Annual College Prep Workshop to help prospective students and their families.
Kirk Johnson of the College of Arts and Sciences tackles the controversial topic in his new book, Medical Stigmata.
The famed psychologist returns to the Seton Hall campus to discuss Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) on March 22.
The Catholic Studies Program, Campus Ministry and the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture proudly present: "Catholic Life in Literature Series with Dr. Jim McGlone: The Man Born To Be King" on Wednesday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Catholic Studies faculty and students will gather at the Casa Santa Maria in Rome (Via dell'Umiltà, 30, Rome) for a memorial.
"The Ukrainian Catholic Church: A Repository of the National Identity" is a look at the history of a national movement.
Just use #hallabroad to enter OIP's 2019 Travel Photo Contest. Great prizes and more eyes on your fabulous photos!
Catholic Studies' April 2 lecture explores Venice as a city whose communal life is grounded in shared religious practices.
Slavic Club will be holding its Annual Easter Egg Decorating Workshop to teach its members and guests the ancient Slavic art.
Professor Cara Blue Adams, who teaches creative writing at Seton Hall, published "The Common State of Matter" in Granta.
Slavic Club will be showcasing the popular Russian movie, Prisoner of the Mountains based on Leo Tolstoy's short story.
This fun yet informative course returns in May. Students gain an appreciation for fly fishing both in & out of the classroom.
It has been a tradition for students at Seton Hall University to spent Spring Break in Italy - a total immersion in culture.
The Latino Institute's Monthly Movie Nights are open to the Seton Hall community and are intended to celebrate Latin culture.
The Graduate Program in Jewish-Christian Studies is offering a free Teacher Study Day for professional development March 13.
Senior social work students highlight public policy issues which adversely impact those who are poor and suggest reform.
For Black History Month, the Latino Institute is hosting a panel discussion on diaspora, Black identity, and colorism.