Matthew Pressman has been selected among an international Who’s Who of journalism and media influencers for his 2022 predictions around journalism grappling with a social class problem.
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Professor J. Michael Stebbins' "Reducing the Mismatch: Some Thoughts on How We Figure Out the World," the latest feature on ICR's network, explores how we go about making sense of the world.
Samantha Dyar '20, and A Sherlock Carol Off-Broadway
Seeking to explore how college or universities can teach the next generation of communication students, Renee Robinson, Ph.D., has released her latest research on Generation Z.
SHU Senior Val Petrarca Celebrates Historic 100th Interview at WSOU.
Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., sheds light on her vision and strategic plan as the program director for the M.A. in Communication program within the College of Communication and the Arts.
The Research Fellow was awarded to Sophia Hudzik, a graduate candidate within the Museum Professions program.
On November 12, the ICR made history with "Catholics and Latter-day Saints: A Dialogue." This panel featured six guest speakers and was the first of its kind at Seton Hall.
The latest edition of the Sports Media Speaker Series brings some of the best in the business to talk about the rise of women in the sports industry.
College of Communication and the Arts Public Relations Instructor McKenna Schray, Ph.D., earned the Accreditation in Public Relations through the Public Relations Society of America.
In the latest ICR Podcast, guest speaker Anway Mukhopadhyay of the IIT Kharagpur joined Rabbi Alan Brill to discuss a groundbreaking Pew survey on religious tolerance and segregation in India.
Several Seton Hall students and alumni participated in this virtual event, presenting their projects on issues relating to the conference theme of “How Do We Center People in Museums?”
Fiction Writer Clare Sestanovich Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, December 1 at 7 p.m. ET online.
On November 12, the Institute of Communication and Religion hosts a groundbreaking event on dialogue between members of the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
The National Communication Association's Spiritual Communication Division will confer a joint Outstanding Undergraduate Scholarship award to six Communication Arts students.
CommArts' Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D. celebrated her foundational text on digital religion during a global book launch featuring attendees from New Zealand, Israel and other countries.
Literary Critic Parul Sehgal Will Speak at Seton Hall on Tuesday, November 9 at 7 p.m. ET online.
College of Communication and the Arts hosts fall information sessions for those interested in pursuing graduate degrees.
The Brownson Forensics Speech and Debate Team started the semester strong with competitive performances this month at the first competitions of the season.
Sports Media Speaker Series Examines the Ramification of the Jon Gruden Email Scandal.
Legendary sportscaster Bob Ley '76 has made a philanthropic donation to Seton Hall University to launch the Center for Sports Media.
The College of Communication and the Arts mourns the recent loss of beloved Professor William Haney.
The College of Communication and the Arts Welcomes New Graduate Assistant Team
Madison Vance, the Senior Who is Already Receiving High Praise for her PR Achievements