"Intercessory Prayer and the Communion of Saints: Mennonite and Catholic Perspectives," a lecture by Margaret R. Pfeil, Ph.D, will be held on Wednesday, October 19, from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. via Teams.
News and Events
On October 13, Slavic Club, REESP, and the History Department are sponsoring the lecture, "Remembering Gorby: Mikhail Gorbachev’s Triumphs and Tragedies."
Professor Maxim Matusevich has published short stories in the New England Review, Fatal Flaw Literary Magazine and The Museum of Americana: A Literary Review.
Come and celebrate the tutoring staff of the ARC October 3-7!
Center for Catholic Studies co-sponsors 2nd annual symposium with National Catholic Studies Consortium at Loyola University Chicago.
Dr. Vasiliou, Professor of Philosophy at The Graduate Center, CUNY, delivers the next installment of our Philosophers Speak lecture series: “Socratic Deliberation in the Apology and Crito."
Seton Hall alumna named Archdiocese of Newark’s 2022 “Teacher of the Year” and awarded the New Jersey Nonpublic School Teacher of the Year award.
The Core is pleased to present our first Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition with the presentation by Ellen Scully, Ph.D., of ICSST on Wed. Sept. 28 at 4 p.m. on TEAMS.
Two Ph.D. in Chemistry students completed the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps program, a selective training program that prepares scientists to commercialize their technologies.
We announce the signing of a new agreement to have international cooperation between Seton Hall University and Université Catholique La Sapientia (UCS Goma) Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Slavic Club presents SHU Globetrotters' recent experience studying and working around the globe & how to obtain Certificate in REESP.
Assignments under the prestigious awards for 2022-2023 are being undertaken in Germany, North Macedonia, Scotland and Australia.
Professor Juan Rios participated in a panel discussion on the new documentary, Facing Suicide, which investigates and pushes to destigmatize one of the nation’s most urgent public health crises.
Catholic Studies at Seton Hall was well represented at the Catholic Studies Consortium Annual Symposium at Loyola University Chicago in September.
Now accepting applications for the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium 2022-23 Academic Year Research Fellowships. Deadline is October 21, 2022.
Seton Hall hosted its inaugural Humanities Colloquium with Roosevelt Montás, Ph.D. of Columbia University presenting on the value, impact, and future of liberal education.
Registration is now open for the Solar Power Platform Hackathon held from October 21 – 23, sponsored by Microsoft, Seton Hall and Solar Landscape.
Speaking to a gathering of dozens of the most influential leaders in Catholic Studies in the United States, Ines Murzaku, Ph.D., Professor of Religion and Director and Chair of the Catholic Studies.
The Russian and East European Program and the Slavic Club will be hosting “From Eastern Europe to the Northeast," an evening of poetry with poets Claudia Serea and Marek Kulig.
Seton Hall's new international partner in France has been named one the world's top Management programs.
Little Flowers Restored: St. Francis’ Miracles as Told Through the Ages” on Tuesday, October 4, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Beck Rooms (Walsh Library).
Senior Jennifer Orth took the stage at the 16th World Congress of Bioethics held in Basel, Switzerland to present her research project, Recontextualizing Yellow Peril for the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic.
The Office of International Programs (OIP) was honored at the Sep. 13 men's soccer match as they celebrated International Students Day.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry once again hosted the annual North Jersey ACS Project SEED Symposium featuring student presentations. This event was held for the first time since 2019.
The Catholic Studies Department and Program is pleased to announce the publication of the latest volume of Arcadia: A Student Journal for Faith and Culture..
The Walsh Gallery presents 31 South, an art installation and data visualization project by Martin Calvino that investigates lending practices and rates of home ownership among U.S. Latino communities.