Seton Hall University celebrated its 161st baccalaureate commencement; U.S. Treasurer Jovita Carranza delivered the address.
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Alphayaya Barrie went from a "life in the streets," taking "penitentiary chances," to business school grad with 15 job offers.
The Stillman School of Business’ supply chain management class was invited to tour AT&T’s Global Network Operations Center.
Leadership junior Mario Damasceno represents Seton Hall at the McDonald Cadet Leadership Conference at U.S. Military Academy.
Stillman professor Kurt Rotthoff, Ph.D., enjoys using sports examples in his economics and finance courses.
Covering legalized sports betting and attitudes about baseball, findings were featured in USA Today, MSN, ESPN and NJ.com.
After 8 years, the MRC is more successful than ever and nearly 1,000 students have been involved in the Center's initiatives.
Dean Joyce Strawser networks with business and political leaders at "Walk to Washington," hosted by the NJ Chamber of Commerce.
Stillman's Entrepreneurial Center provides mentoring, business services & financial support for student entrepreneurs.
Football legend Joe Theismann joined over 100 Seton Hall alumni and business partners on April 5 in Bethany Hall.
Stillman Professor Charles Grantham brings real-life examples of negotiating skills into the classroom.
Stillman Student Taylor Salomon receives the Oustanding Service Award from alumnus Jerry Walker's nonprofit organization.
Four military veterans join the Spring 2018 Stillman School of Business M.B.A. class.
The most recent Sports Poll results were featured in USA Today, Yahoo Finance, NY Daily News, AOL, ESPN, AP and....
Stillman's Buccino Center for Leadership Development earned, for the fourth year in a row, a #1 ranking in the LEAD Awards.
Clint Wallace, head of HR, Sanofi North America, will discuss academic skills expected to be in demand in the next 5-10 years.
Pirates Pitch is back! Student entrepreneurs are invited to present business ideas to take their start-up to the next level.
Not all Stillman graduate students hail from a business background.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll is looking for students interested in employment, fundraising and/or community service opportunities. Students can sign up for all or just some of the dates and hours available.
Senior David Miller is reaping the benefits of a double major in sport management and Catholic studies.