Petersheim Academic Expo features hundreds of virtual student and faculty presentations April 26-30.
News and Events
Professor Cara Blue Adams has won the John Simmons Short Fiction Award in the Iowa Short Fiction Award Series for her debut collection of short stories, You Never Get It Back.
On Wednesday, April 14, the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute will welcome the CEO of Beautyblender, Rea Ann Silva, as its Distinguished Speaker Series guest for Spring 2021.
On Thursday, April 29th, Dr. Lydia Dugdale of Columbia University will give a lecture entitled: "On Lonely Deaths: COVID, Community, & the Lost Art of Dying Well."
Thursday, April 8th, 2021, 6:30 p.m., via TEAMS, the Slavic Club is hosting, "Slavic Club Got Talent", showcasing piano playing, singing, dancing, reciting poetry, making pierogi, cake decorating.
The Sister Rose Thering Fund's signature fundraiser takes place online on June 1 at 7 p.m. Featuring Rabbi Abraham Skorka, the event raises scholarship funding for Jewish-Christian Studies students.
One Story editor Patrick Ryan will speak on Tuesday, April 13th at 7 p.m. ET online.
Thursday, April 8th the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute presents "Rising to the Challenge of Figuring Out the World – and Ourselves"
Susan Nolan, Professor in the Department of Psychology, is the recipient of The International Council of Psychologists' (ICP) Fukuhara Advanced International Research and Service Award.
Professor Maxim Matusevich, director of the Russian and East European Studies Program, has published five short stories and a novella in prominent literary publications.
On Wednesday March 3, 2021, Catholic Studies students and alumni from a variety of disciplines participated in an online conference with the middle and high school students of Holy Family Academy
A Very Significant Step Forward-The Official Catholic Response to the new Faith and Order Convergence text The Church Towards a Common Vision
The panel will focus on women's experiences in the workplace and messages of empowerment from distinguished women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.
How can faith be lived out in the workplace? What does a faithful person look like in the working world? You are invited to meet Clare Byrne, a Seton Hall University graduate living a fully faithful
Last month, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and a panel of distinguished faculty members joined forces to present a stimulating, literature-based dialogue on the Civil Rights Movement.
Dr. Raviele will give examples from her own practice of medicine of how living out the Catholic faith in the vocation of medicine brings healing to patients and joy in serving the sick.
Gregory Glazov, D.Phil. (Oxon.), will discuss his grant award-winning research in a virtual presentation on March 25 at 7 p.m., sponsored by the Sister Rose Thering Fund. All are welcome to attend.
Acclaimed poet Jennifer Grotz will speak on Tuesday, March 23rd at 7:00 p.m. ET online.
Come and hear a week-long Conference on women and Gender in America with a fascinating keynote on the history of black women's activism and women's suffrage from Professor Martha Jones, Ph.D.
This bicentennial year of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's passing is a fitting time for the Seton Hall community to reflect on the university's patron saint.
Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for one of 12 summer research fellowships, awarded by the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium, for STEM-related research.
The panelists, sharing from their own areas of expertise, will discuss the interdisciplinary nature of the work of Jaki and Chesterton and applications of their thought to challenges we face today.
Matthew Petersheim Academic Exposition 2021: Share, Honor Unite is a week-long digital gathering honoring academic achievement and scholarship. Student abstract submissions are now being accepted.
Seton Hall University's Catholic Studies Program is to present a lecture by Keaton Douglas, M.A., , Grace and Healing – The Role of the Church in the Opioid Crisis
The Catholic Studies program is pleased to welcome John M. Travaline, M.D.. Dr. Travaline is teaching a popular Catholic Studies course for Spring 2021, Catholicism, Healthcare and the Human Condition
This years special two-part event will have a special emphasis on family structures in the black community. This discussion will highlight the complexities and dynamics of race, gender, and sexuality.