Jordyn Barry comments on President Trump's recent executive order and the questions it raises about the Jewish identity.
News and Events
The recipient of the Woman of the Year Award for 2020 is Dr. Cecilia Marzabadi.
As a study abroad student, Judy Koren lived with a French family and met students from around the world.
Register for this one-credit workshop taking place on Monday, January 20, 2020.
The Sloan Foundation supports the Badillo Lab's research using visible light to switch on new catalytic reactions.
History professors play tribute to military chaplain Father Vincent Capodanno.
Cecilia Marzabadi was recently named the 2020 chair of the North Jersey Section of the American Chemical Society.
The Latino Institute invites Patricia Ortiz to discuss ways on how to be more philanthropic in the local community.
Ph.D. candidate Marius Pelmus received a grant from Royal Society of Chemistry to celebrate the Periodic Table at Seton Hall.
Core professor Dr. Jon Radwan takes seven students to Catholic Worker Mary House where Dorothy Day lived and died in NYC.
Students will gain first-hand experience in exploring nursing and healthcare in Ecuador.
A group from Immaculate Conception Seminary embarked on a pilgrimage to Rome through its new partnership with the Lay Centre.
The Slavic Club cordially invites you to its annual Christmas Party at the Vernissage Restaurant, Friday, December 6th, 2019.
Thursday, November 21 is World Philosophy Day! We are featuring a couple of engaging events on campus in celebration.
Study travel writing in Italy - Rome, Florence, and Siena - in May and June of 2020.
Slavic Club is hosting its Dancing Bonanza.Come, relax and have a blast while experiencing multicultural diversity at SHU!
Come, participate and learn about “Russian Cuisine: From Everyday Family Meals to Seasonal Holiday Specialties.”
Come and experience a variety of international cuisines and make or purchase your own food that has a special meaning to you.
The Catholic Studies Program proudly presents "The Universal Call to Holiness: The Life of Giuseppe Saint Moscati" on Wednesday, November 20 at 3 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
Thomas Farrell, Assistant Administrator and Casework Supervisor, educates students about child welfare issues in New Jersey.
Earn credits and fulfill CORE III, while traveling to Italy, Spain, Greece, Japan, China, India, Ecuador or Ethiopia!
Graduate students in experimental psychology investigate individual and societal problems with the Levy Fellowship program.
Rabbi Alan Brill came out with a new book, Rabbi on the Ganges: A Jewish-Hindu Encounter, this week.
Adding digital skills to traditional humanities coursework broadens student options.
Students traveled near and far this summer. Take a look at their stunning photos!
Seton Hall earns bragging rights among the top colleges of NJ taking first prize at the 2019 Liberty Science Center ChemExpo.