Professors Abe Zakhem and Elizabeth McCrea received a highly competitive National Endowment grant to establish a minor in business humanities at Seton Hall, the first of its kind in the U.S.
News and Events
Distinguished Professor Jose Prieto invited to use “the pen to fight the sword” and take stance against atrocities unfolding in Europe at Emergency World Voices Congress of Writers.
Emily Chou, a senior social work student, investigates one of the Grand Challenges for Social Work and Society that focuses on assisting all to lead long and productive lives.
The participants in the Catholic Studies Spring 2022 study abroad experience, Foundations of Christian Culture – Italy, returned from their travels a month ago and have settled in.
The Scholars Forum in CIT welcomes Dr. Ruth Tsuria talking about her recent publication, Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media, second edition (Routledge, 2021).
Research by Professor Robert Pallitto was cited by dissenting U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch along with Justice Sonia Sotomayor in a case involving torture, the CIA and a Guantanamo inmate.
Former sports columnist Jane McManus will serve as the inaugural executive director of the recently established Center for Sports Media within the College of Communication and the Arts.
Seton Hall fosters global collaboration in a partnership with the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia focused on innovation in research and educational practice.
Seton Hall's Office of Graduate Affairs recently announced additional scholarship opportunities in select programs for incoming students pursuing their master’s degree this fall.
The Sister Rose Thering Fund's signature fundraiser takes place on June 14 at 6 p.m. Featuring director Oren Jacoby, Evening of Roses raises scholarship funding for Jewish-Christian Studies students.
The Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) Hosts a Community Research and Engagement In Action Panel at the Petersheim Academic Exposition on April 27 at 10 a.m.
Slavic Club is hosting a Slavic Academic Olympiad testing audience’s knowledge of Slavic Cultures and the Russian language.
A leader inside and outside the classroom, Matthew Forget is a role-model for his fellow students.
Labor historian Annelise Orleck will lecture on the New Labor Movement's Uprising Against Low Wages.
Li Kang, a doctoral candidate in the higher education program at the College of Education and Human Services, participated in a scholarly analysis of superintendent compensation nationwide.
Held on April 5, Seton Hall's Synod Session gave faculty the ability to reflect on questions that explored the role of the university in participating more fully in the life of the Church.
Student team registration open to expand equitable access to clean energy.
Research by University faculty and students on the emerging field of plasma agriculture can help meet major global challenges of the 21st century.
Professor profiles for the College of Arts and Science's winners for Faculty Researcher and Teacher of the Year Awards
Professor Barbara Mason presents her seminal research on "Current Status and Innovative Strategies for Medications to Treat Alcohol Use Disorder" at 14th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium.
PIPE invites you to attend two upcoming events: a presentation on artifacts from Irish history on Thursday, April 28, and an Irish language workshop on Friday, April 29.
Registration is now being accepted for the in-person Opening Ceremony featuring Georita M. Frierson, Ph.D., Dean, College of Arts and Sciences discussing how research unites our University community.
The University Core held the closing ceremony of Romero-King week and a half on Monday, April 4, the anniversary of King's assassination. A ceremony was also held on March 24, when Romero died.
The two distinguished scholars at this symposium will present two fine papers on icons, new and old. In this time of war between Ukraine and Russia, this event highlighting icons.
On Thursday, April 21, Professor Maxim Matusevich, Ph.D. and author Angela Ajayi will offer a literary reading of their work.
Harvard Professor Sabine Hildebrant explores ethical transgressions and anatomical science during the Third Reich.