Philosopher Vicente Medina discusses how to engage in meaningful conversations about how to view our inherited classical traditions.
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 Ines Murzaku discusses the conflicts and cultural-religious destruction taking place for Armenians.
Historian Vanessa May shares the powerful legacy of Dorothy Bolden.
Research Scholar Nick Snow explains why, in this perfect storm, teaching and engaging with students should be a professor's highest priority.
Religion Professor Ines A. Murzaku, Catholic Studies Program director, explores the theological bond between Mary and St. Mother Teresa.
History Professor William Connell explores the legacy and impact of Christopher Columbus on the American experience.
International relations expert Kwame Akonor examines issues of Race around the UN Human Rights Council and a failure to act.
Alumnus Craig McGraw '05 discusses Forbes Business Development Council and his "essential business" in the time of COVID-19.
Nicholas Snow discusses the personal relevance of a classic volume by Harold McNair on gas chromatography.
Catholic Studies Director Ines Murzaku discusses evangelism and the Pan-Amazon Synod.
Philosopher Vicente Medina explores definitions of terrorism and the use of violence.
Ines Murzaku discusses Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s recent call for Catholic unity and the Church’s moral teaching.
Matthew Hale discusses the significance of a national survey looking at taxes and tax reform.
Members of the media should contact the Office of Media Relations at (973) 378-2638 for inquiries and assistance in providing faculty experts.
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Associate Director of Media Relations