Larry Greene, Ph.D., a revered member of the Seton Hall community for over five decades, is set to be honored with the prestigious Hughes Award from the New Jersey Historical Commission.
News and Events
A screening of the Oscar-winning documentary "Navalny" in the aftermath of the tragic death in prison of Russia's opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
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Political Science Professor Matthew Hale shares his expertise with New York Post on public, private and non-profit sector careers enabling emerging leaders to become politically active.
The Department of Catholic Studies proudly presents the Archbishop John J. Myers Lecture Series: "Discerning Ethical Questions in a Synodal Church: An Ecumenical Reflection" by Myriam Wijlens.
"Galileo, Science and Scripture," a lecture by Kenneth J. Howell, Ph.D., an Academic Director of the Eucharist Project and President of the Pontifical Studies Foundation.
The New York Public Library selected All-American Boys for its Teen Banned Book Club. The novel, a New York Times Best Seller, was co-written by Brendan Kiely, a Writer-in-Residence at Seton Hall.
Professor Tim Maudlin will tackle the tension between relativity and quantum theory in his lecture titled "The Great Rift in Physics."
The University Core is pleased to announce our Teacher of the Year, Chad Thralls, Ph.D., and Scholar of the Year, Roger Alfani, Ph.D. They bring a standard of excellence to the Core and to Seton Hall.
Inside the Core we are reading medieval scholars Moses Maimonides, Ibn Rushd, and Thomas Aquinas. The latter is linked closely to the origins of the Catholic University.
Slavic Club will be hosting a lecture, "History of the Russian Ballet" by Irina Kazakevich, Ph.D. Slavic food will be served! All are welcome!
The College of Arts and Sciences launched an new initiative to support undergraduate students performing original research with faculty mentors in the four STEM departments.
Seton Hall’s newest cultural organization, the Albanian Student Organization (ASO), was proud to be represented at the Involvement Fair on the South Orange campus in January.
Despite a global pandemic, Seton Hall University's Office of Grants and Research (OGRS) 2022-2023 OGRS Annual Report reveals significant funding gains over the past three years, garnering $16 million.
The first Poetry-in-the-Round reading of the spring semester will bring the acclaimed novelist and playwright Julia May Jonas to campus on Thursday, February 15 at 7 p.m. in the Beck Rooms in the
Slavic Club will be showcasing the famous Polish drama movie, “Ogniem i Mieczem." It’s an epic story about the Ukrainian uprising against the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth magnates in the 17 century.