News and Events
The Brownson Speech and Debate Team started the semester taking home several awards from their first competition.
Acclaimed fiction writer Rajesh Parameswaran will read on Thursday, October 18th at 6:00 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
Professor Matthew Pressman's new book, On Press: The Liberal Values That Shaped the News (Harvard), was featured in Politico.
Hannah Gaston, a M.A. in Museum Professions student, recently explored early childhood learning at an internship at the American Museum of Natural History.
The Seton Hall University Chorus begins its season with "Et In Terra Pax: A Concert for Hope" on Sunday, October 28, 2018.
Renowned academic Slavoj Žižek is coming to Seton Hall to present on Samuel Beckett, politics, and political correctness.
Sua Mendez, a B.A./M.A. in Museum Professions student, recently completed a competitive collections management internship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WSOU's fall concert series, 'Rotten Apple Fest,' will feature 11 performances including Clutch, Beartooth and more.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Fall 2018 incoming graduate students at Graduate Student Orientation on August 25.
Professor Gregory Stevens will serve as a faculty associate and the program director of the M.A. in Museum Professions program.
Ten graduate students studied in the Netherlands as part of the Museum Professions’ study abroad opportunity.
The exhibit examines the many artistic, cultural, political, and religious connotations of the color red.
Arts Council presents its 2018-19 season featuring performances from the Classical Concert series, Theatre, Choral programs and more.
CommArts sponsors a free panel on the growth of podcasting, its evolving future and its impact on consumer audio consumption.
Three M.A. in Museum Professions scholarship recipients share how they give back to the College of Communication and the Arts.
WSOU staff members recently interviewed honorees at the 2018 NJ Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
Eight students presented their semester-long audience research evaluations to staff of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum as part of an Audience Research and Project Evaluation course.
Featured on NCA's homepage, two CommArts professors weigh in on Pope Francis’ World Communications Day message on fake news.
The Romano family had the pleasure of cheering for two Pirates as they walked across the stage to receive their diploma.
Matthew Dellaguzzo was awarded the program’s inaugural Experiential Learning Award for his work at the Hunterdon County Historical Society, highlighting a year of internship achievements for the program.
Communication Professor James J. Kimble curates an iconic Norman Rockwell exhibit.
Sarah Kraft was offered a full-time position with The Metropolitan Museum of Art after serving as a registrar intern.
Emily Brostek and Claudia Preza collaborated for “tech(in)dependent” as part of the University’s South Orange/Seton Hall Connected initiative.