Nearly 200 gathered to explore and learn about current best practices in the social welfare and social justice paradigm of what the social work profession calls "restorative justice."
News and Events
Professor Sam Scheffler of New York University will deliver the next installment of the Philosophers Speak lecture series, "Existential Catastrophe," on Wednesday, 12/6 at 5 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
At 6:30 p.m., Thursday, November 30, 2023, in Fahy Hall Room 236, the Slavic Club will be showcasing the popular movie: Ivan Vasilyevich Changes His Profession.
Inside the Core we express thanks at this special time of year.
A groundbreaking scholarly article by three Seton Hall faculty members has been translated into Albanian to be republished in a leading international journal, Revista Lente Sociologjike.
Having joined the prestigious IFCU in 2021, Seton Hall has been an active member institution of the organization, with Interim President Katia Passerini, Ph.D., serving as representative.
Inside the Core, Core Fellow Jason Scully, Ph.D., is presenting on his book Isaac of Nineveh's Ascetical Eschatology (Oxford University Press). This is an intriguing and important area of scholarship.
SHU computer science students working with Assistant Professor Shajina Anand presented and published two separate stories on cybersecurity at IEEE, a major conference for electronic engineering.
On October 27, Seton Hall University’s Catholic Social Thought (CST) in Action Academy was featured in a colloquium at St. John’s University in New York.
This half-day conference, funded by Engage NJ and the College of Arts and Sciences, raised awareness about environmental racism and food insecurity.
Seton Hall students and faculty show their support for substance abuse prevention awareness alongside the Union County, NJ community.
Philosophy Professor Mark Couch was featured in Inside Higher Ed regarding the role and scope of ethics and ethics courses in an undergraduate education.
Sergiu Gorun, Ph.D. collaborates with Alexander Fadeev, Ph.D. and James Hanson, Ph.D. to create materials that use sun and air to produce activated oxygen, not chemicals, with DTRA.
Inside the Core this week, we join with Professor Melinda Papaccio and the Black Poster Project in the University Center to memorialize those lost to addiction.
At 6:30 p.m., Thursday, November 9, in Jubilee Auditorium, the Seton Hall Dance Team & Slavic Club are cosponsoring the lively Cossack Dance Performance and Workshop.
Hana Kisswani is ready to represent undergraduate social work students nationally.