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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day

Charter Day celebrates the founding of Seton Hall in 1856 and the granting of our charter by the New Jersey State legislature in 1861. It is a special annual opportunity to reflect on our history and purpose, our Catholic identity and mission. Each year Seton Hall recognizes outstanding community members who embody the ideals of servant leadership.

With pride, we call attention to individuals selected in 2020 for the Bishop Bernard J. McQuaid Medal for Distinguished Service, the President's Award for Student Service and our Servant Leader Scholars.

Though a ceremony formally recognizing these honorees will be held once the University community returns to campus, we believe it is important to highlight their accomplishments at this time.

2020 McQuaid Medalists

This honor is awarded to long-serving employees for their commitment to the University's mission and for providing outstanding service to the University by doing exceptional work in their own position and the larger University community. The 2020 honorees are:

Anthony Loviscek

Anthony Loviscek
Professor and Chair, Dept. of Finance, Stillman School of Business

Stephen Zuchowski

Stephen Zuchowski
Associate Director
Safety and Security Systems    

About Charter Day

Mother Seton's stained glass window in Presidents HallLiving out the commitment to moral education has been the foundation of Seton Hall University for more than 150 years — and continues to be our mission in the 21st century.

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day offers our community an opportunity to reflect on the University’s great history, and to renew our commitment to that mission. More »

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