This year, three professors from the School of Diplomacy and International Relations received awards highlighting their achievements – Professors Huang, de Silva, and Murphy.
News and Events
Professors Chelsea Barrett and Brooke Duffy collaborated with two School of Diplomacy undergraduates, Dia Bolton, ’22, and Akaysha Palmer, ’22, to publish a book chapter.
Franklin Shobe, a graduate student at the School of Diplomacy, delivered a presentation titled "Ukrainian Political Economy: An Analysis of Past, Present, and Future Trends" at Yale University.
Diplomacy alumna Shaira G. Taylor, MS '21, is running for Hawaii's state legislature after her graduation from the Executive MS in International Affairs program.
Museum Professions students were invited to work with the Morris Museum's historic Murtogh D. Guinness Collection of mechanical musical instruments and automata to provide contemporary insights.
Mr. Andrew Lavali spoke to students in Professor M’Cormack-Hale’s classes about service delivery reform in Sierra Leone on April 11, 2022.
The School of Diplomacy is hosting World Leaders with speaker events featuring Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Leymah Gbowee and U.S. Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
Diplomacy community members were treated to an important discussion led by retired naval intelligence officer, Rear Admiral Norman Hayes, about the crisis in Ukraine.
The PPNV program supports the exploration of public policy careers across sectors and is designed for public policy graduate students who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC).
Student researchers participating in the National Security Fellowship had the opportunity to gain insights on Pakistan by Dr. Hassan Abbas.
The School of Diplomacy has launched three new courses that will be taught at the undergraduate and graduate level addressing issues of race and gender, religion and international law.
Diplomacy Professor Benjamin Goldfrank published a book titled, The Rise, Spread, and Decline of Brazil's Participatory Budgeting; the Arc of a Democratic Innovation.
The Seton Hall University School of Diplomacy and International Relations is thrilled to announce the appointment of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Madam Leymah Gbowee, to the School’s Board of Advisors.
The School of Diplomacy's Center for Peace and Conflict Studies held the sixth annual "All Conflict is Local: Personal Experience, Reflection and Conflict Resolution" conference on November 19th.
Tsutomu Kono, a senior political affairs officer from the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs 1st Committee, is researching UN processes in light of COVID as a visiting scholar.
Professor Balmaceda's new book is titled Russian Energy Chains: The Remaking of Technopolitics from Siberia to Ukraine to the European Union.
Sophomore Jasmine DeLeon is selected for the Prestigious Girl Security Fellowship and then receives an invitation to the McDonald Leadership Conference at West Point.
Alumnus Mohanad Alsaid, recently started a foundation centered around youth engagement in Jordan.
Nigerian native, Chimdi Chukwukere, began a training program with the prestigious Atlantic Council Digital Forensics Research Lab or DFRLab 360 as a scholar in the “Digital Sherlocks Program.”
School of Diplomacy Graduate Student Mike Coleman is working to increase awareness. For the past several months, Coleman has been working as the campaign manager for the newly released film Confetti.
Lydiette Diaz, M.A. '11, was promoted to director of the Cesar A. Perales Leadership Institute of Latino Justice PRLDEF, whose mission is to act as a legal profession pipeline for Latinx people.
UN expert, Dr. Emelia Timpo, will join the Seton Hall School of Diplomacy in the Fall 2021 semester to serve as the Sergio Vieira de Mello Visiting Chair in the Practice of Post-conflict Diplomacy.
School of Diplomacy Board Member, Former Ambassador Liberata Mulamula, was named Foreign Minister of Tanzania on March 31, 2021 and became the second woman to hold the position in the country.
Four top Diplomacy graduate students join the inaugural class of the Public Policy New Voices Fellowship, an academic/corporate collaboration aimed at inspiring diverse talent in public policy.
Daniela A. Maquera-Sardon was inspired by Dr. Shawna Cooper-Gibson and nominated her to be highlighted in celebration of Women’s History Month.
A panel of young foreign policy experts, moderated by alumnus Troy Dorch, M.A. '19, met recently to examine the implications of racial injustice on American foreign policy.
With the help of their report, two detainees have been released and another case is pending decision.
The Black Diplomacy Student Organization is a campus student organization created by students and alumni to support and inspire students.
Starting this spring, students attending the newly opened Newark School of Global Studies will have an opportunity to take college level courses in international relations.
Visiting lecturer, Robbie Shalliam, Ph.D., of Johns Hopkins University, offered Diplomacy students a chilling look into the future where COVID-19 becomes an excuse for "racial risk management."
November 13, 2020 - Decolonizing IR Theory with Dr. Robbie Shilliam
February 18, 2021 - Race and Diplomacy