Professor Michael Gordon and Joe Testa launch the "Baskets and Business" initiative.
News and Events
Visiting Law Professor Richard Winchester on who, how much and how people will receive payments from the stimulus package.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, a driver of entrepreneurship on campus, announces Advisory Board members.
U.S. News & World Report Ranked the Stillman School of Business 85th in the nation for part-time M.B.A.s.
The Buccino Leadership Institute has received more than $7 million in gifts to develop the next generation of leaders.
The most recent Seton Hall Sports Poll was featured in USA Today, Yahoo, 1010 WINS, ESPN, SportsNaut and more.
Laurence McCarthy, professor of management, has been elected as 40th president of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
Four students in the Stillman School of Business have earned a "Final Five" spot in the CFA Institute Research Challenge.
Wilnir Louis, sport management major, sports media minor and WSOU station manager, receives a Ria’s Rising Stars Scholarship.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts again sent students, faculty, and administrators on a service trip to El Salvador.
Dr. Gerald Buccino visited the Institute's students and gave a talk on change management.
The Poll’s findings were featured in media across the globe, including Yahoo Finance, The Dallas Morning News, ESPN and more.
In the Spring 2020 Semester the Sophomore Class embarks on a new and more challenging Inter-Disciplinary Team Program!
Amy McGlinn and Leemor Ellman discuss imposter syndrome with students from the Buccino Leadership Institute.
Paid for their time, students make calls on a computer station and ask questions on current events in the world of sports.
Professor Charles Grantham discussed the NFL Players Association, leadership and the upcoming collective bargaining agreement
Ladik shares his thoughts on the prevalence of social media in advance of his new online course, which launches in March.
Do you dream of launching a startup business? Enter Pirates Pitch Startup Contest and Compete for more than $20,000!
Student entrepreneurs and sophomore leaders Belen Gamarra and Faith Akinlade get $5,000 for their award-winning idea.
Ten talented finalists with start-up concepts and fledgling businesses faced off in Pirates Pitch Competition.