The ICR was awarded a Lilly Grant for a conference, "Communication and Religion in the Year of a U.S. Presidential Election."
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The College of Communication and the Arts Hosts Fourth Annual Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony
The College gathered to celebrate this year’s graduates on the evening of May 16.
CommArts' Angela Kariotis Kotsonis brought her passion for communication to an educational workshop and oratorical festival.
Communication and the Arts graduates first 4-year class since College launch in 2015.
Professor Matthew Pressman was featured in The Atlantic detailing the influence of the old NY Daily News on President Trump.
The American Forensic Association awarded Sam Ohrenberger-Hopkins the Most Outstanding New Coach Award for 2019.
Jon Radwan, Ph.D., discussed Saint Augustine's rhetoric at LCC International University.
Seeking to honor a cherished family member, Drs. Larry and Renee Robinson have established an endowed scholarship.
Danny Schoch '09 is a stuntman who has performed in shows from Gotham to Netflix's upcoming film, The Irishman.
William Pace's Third Party Witness has been featured in festivals in New Jersey, Florida, Ohio and soon, New York.
The M.A. in Communication has tracks in Digital Communication & Communication Technologies and Communication in Organizations
Literary editing and publishing panel to take place on Friday, May 10th at 4:00 p.m. in Fahy 129.
The College of Communication and the Arts will host Fourth Annual Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony on May 16
The College looks forward to gathering on May 16 in celebration of this year’s graduate degree candidates.
College of Communication and the Arts to offer new Graduate Course: Workplace Communication Interactions
The College of Communication and the Arts offers a new course highlighting employee success.
Swami Sarvapriyananda spoke about how to achieve religious harmony from a Hindu perspective.
Charlotte Nichols co-authored a documentary history of the Renaissance Naples with English-translated and commentaries.
Jonathan Merida shares why he chose Seton Hall to continue his graduate career.
Five WSOU students were selected as winners in the 72nd Annual Memorial Journalism Awards competition.
Senior Rachel Haggerty was accepted to the National Association of Broadcasters’ six-month Technology Apprenticeship Program.
The first-ever Catholic Writers Retreat at Seton Hall will be held from June 7 to June 9.
Tune is to WSOU's Thank God For Monday for a special interview with Staysha Taylor on her career journey & lessons learned.
The work of playwriting student, Kelly Murphy, was performed at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in New York City.
A production associate for VideoLink, Leanna Agresta '18 manages in-house, professional TV studios called ReadyCams.
College of Communication and the Arts Graduate Assistants Reflect on their First Semester at Seton Hall
Nicki Malupa and Prasaadi Dangolla, two graduate assistants in the College of Communication and the Arts reflect on their first semester and share why they chose Seton Hall .