Dr. Katia Passerini, Father Colin Kay and Professor Ines Murzaku discuss Seton Hall's partnership with the Catholic University of South Sudan aimed at fostering peace, reconciliation, sustainability and inspiring opportunities for students and faculty.
In the Media
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research. Below is a sampling of recent media coverage.
Professor Matthew Hale appeared on NPR to discuss the upcoming NJ Gubernatorial election.
Deacon Andrew Saunders, director of the Diaconal Formation Program at the Seminary, delivered powerful perspectives to the Diaconate as Heralds of the Gospel and Leaders of the New Evangelization.
Religion Professor Ines Murzaku, Director of Catholic Studies Program, explores Barnabite Father Giovanni Scalese planting seeds in Afghanistan and hope for the future.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the Pandemic; what role does religion have in health equity?
Professor Ki Joo Choi, Professor and Chair of the Department of Religion, discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced public perceptions of anti-Asian racism, the role of the church in promoting social and racial justice, and more.
As part of his work with the South Orange Community Care & Justice Program, social work professor Juan Rios hosted a virtual reality showcase and preview for professors, students, and local police at Space 154.
Why Cubans Are Rising Up Now: The U.S. embargo is one motivation, but the dictatorship has pushed the new generation over the edge
Philosophy Professor Vicente Medina discusses why a new generation of Cubans are rising up.
Public Policy Expert Matthew Hale discusses the recent surge in homicides.
Ecclesiastical History Professor Ines Angeli Murzaku discusses the World Day of Prayer and Reflection for Lebanon.
Professor Ines Murzaku debunks the myth of a Saint Mother Teresa cult.
Monica Burnette, KC Choi, and Hezal Patel discuss the importance of a campus-wide approach to honoring, celebrating and supporting diversity, inclusion and equity during AAPI Heritage Month and throughout the year.
Religious historian Thomas Rzeznik discusses early immigrant waves and how America transformed from anti-Catholic sentiment to positive feelings for nuns.
Philosopher Vicente Medina discusses how to engage in meaningful conversations about how to view our inherited classical traditions.
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