Seton Hall's International Law Society hosted an event with representatives from Religions for Peace and the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations (UN).
News and Events
Seton Hall Diplomacy and International Relations majors Akaysha Palmer and Mohamed Nezar Nokrachi selected to be Rangel Fellow and Rangel Scholar
Madeline Field, a member of the swim and dive team, creates a sports leadership camp (Pirates Play) and partners with the East Orange Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs.
António Guterres, Secretary-General Of The United Nations, to Address Seton Hall University Graduates at 166 Commencement Ceremony and Receive Honorary Degree.
As an intern with the State Department, Diplomacy graduate student, Taylor Rodier, tracked research on Iranian disinformation tactics and monitored trends and events on the ground in the Middle East.
Diplomacy sophomores Andrea Hebel, Jasmine De Leon, Shweta Parthasarathy, and Jackalyn Ballard won a competition on March 28, 2022, put on by the Atlantic Council’s New American Engagement Initiative.
Students from the School of Diplomacy joined U.S. Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield on stage in the latest installment of the World Leaders Forum speaker series.
New Jersey's top Federal Prosecutor, Philip R. Sellinger, will join the faculty of Seton Hall University School of Law’s Third Annual Gaming Law, Compliance, and Integrity Bootcamp.
Mr. Pemrick graciously shared professional career-based advice as a current professor at American University and as cofounder and managing partner at Commonwealth Strategic Partners.
Diplomacy Student Wins Top Superior and SHU Team Places 5th out of 61 Schools Overall in Speech Convention and Tournament
Megan Gawron, a Junior Diplomacy major at Seton Hall University, won top superior in two categories in the National Biennial Pi Kappa Delta Convention and Tournament for Speech and Debate.
Mr. Andrew Lavali spoke to students in Professor M’Cormack-Hale’s classes about service delivery reform in Sierra Leone on April 11, 2022.
Seton Hall’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) hosted an online forum for a discussion about the war in Ukraine and its implications for global peace and security.
Fellows met with Ms. Angela Marie Silicato, a 19-year intelligence expert serving roles in the Air Force Reserves and with the Defense Intelligence Agency.
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.
Special Agent McMonigle and the fellows discussed career opportunities within the field of national security and his storied career as an intelligence analyst with the FBI and more.
Tajah McCray, School of Diplomacy M.A. candidate 2022, specializing in Foreign Policy Analysis with a regional focus on Asia, is completing her final semester in Washington, D.C.
Diplomacy community members were treated to an important discussion led by retired naval intelligence officer, Rear Admiral Norman Hayes, about the crisis in Ukraine.
Rajaa Altalli joined Seton Hall's School of Diplomacy as the Sergio Vieira de Mello Endowed Visiting Chair and as a Fellow in the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies.
Strategic Leader in Global Diplomacy Community Courtney B. Smith Appointed Dean of School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Advancing Diplomacy to New Heights: Strategic Leader Courtney B. Smith Appointed Dean of School of Diplomacy and International Relations
Students presented data and workshopped ideas for a statistical analysis that will enhance the NSF research project focusing on U.S. Pakistan relations recommendations for the U.S. State Dept.
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.
The graduate student National Security Fellowship research team met with Kenny D. Thompson, Jr., who shared his experience at PepsiCo and in the U.S. government.
Diplomacy Professor Benjamin Goldfrank published a book titled, The Rise, Spread, and Decline of Brazil's Participatory Budgeting; the Arc of a Democratic Innovation.
On January 27th, Diplomacy's Dr. Margarita Balmaceda delivered a talk on her new book Russian Energy Chains.
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