The Petersheim Academic Exposition will feature several symposiums hosted by the Martin Luther King Leadership Program.
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The Office of Public Relations and Marketing is hosting the "Great Minds on the Green" celebration with the Petersheim Expo.
Elizabeth Shehata is one of the select undergraduates who will attend the 2019 Summer Institute in Bioethics at Yale.
Lewinson Center presents The Path to Progress: A Policy Forum on How to Save New Jersey. See firsthand how government works.
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures demonstrates student accomplishments and celebrates our diversity.
Sir Steven Cowley delivers "Bringing Down the Cost and Scale of Fusion Energy," the Fr. Stanley L. Jaki Distinguished Lecture.
Dozens of Seton Hall students submitted photos of their globetrotting adventures. Three winning images made the final cut.
The online program builds on the success of the College's popular certificate program in Data Visualization and Analysis.
Joe Montesano's award-winning paper will be published in the undergrad journal Medical Dialogue Review (NYU).
Youssef Yacoubi, director of Arabic Studies and co-director of Middle Eastern and North African Studies, was elected to speak at the prestigious symposium "Reshaping the Landscapes of Arab Thought."
NC State professor Caroline Proulx to speak on Chemoselective Reactions for Medicinal Chemistry
Seton Hall undergraduate social work students participate in the Legislative Education and Advocacy Day in Trenton.
The planned trip to the Taino exhibit is open to all students and transportation will be provided from the Unanue Institute.
Associate Professor Andrew Simon and his Seton Hall colleagues donate resurfaced laptops to those in need around the globe.
Final PhD seminar by Marius Pelmus: "Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Phthalocyanine based Photocatalysts."
Alissa Quart will be discussing her book Squeezed which deals with the hardships facing the American middle class.
Apply to participate in the third annual College of Arts and Sciences Business Boot Camp, an enriching 4-day workshop.
Alumna, Amy Giuliano, will take the audience on a visual church history lesson through the eternal city of Rome.
On Monday, April 15, at 5 p.m. in Bethany Hall A, Dr. Prinz asks, "Are the Emotions Universal or Culturally Constructed?"
At the end of the trip, students submitted a photo entry along with a caption that perfectly summed up their experience.
Menatullah (Mena) Mohamed, Class of 2016, speaks to students enrolled in Child Welfare Policy and Practice.
Apply to this enriching workshop by April 2, 2019 and hear a decision by April 16th.
On Thursday, March 28th, 2019, in Fahy 236, Slavic Club will be presenting a lecture entitled, "Folk Wisdom vs. Pharmaceutical Achievements."
Dr. Dawn Apgar was honored as "Top Reviewer" for the Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work Education for her work in 2018.
Dr. Catherine Tinker Donates Over 100 Literary Works by Latin American Writers to the Unanue Institute.
Philosopher Bryan Frances will discuss whether it is ever rational to disagree with experts.