Professor Martin Edwards discussed the significance of the UN General Assembly and the high-level summit focusing on Sustainable Development Goals, climate change and Russia’s war with Ukraine.
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Two National Security Fellows from the School of Diplomacy, joined by students and practitioners from around the world, were selected to showcase their original research in Washington, D.C.
Delfronce Sanders draws on experiences working with the military, government agencies and NGO's, while pursuing a master's degree in international affairs that will take his career to new heights.
In April 2023, the 2022-2022 National Security Fellowship (NSF) graduate student research team briefed leaders at several high-ranking institutions in person at the Pentagon and online.
The Seton Hall National Security Fellowship (NSF) welcomed guest speaker Mr. Darrell Blocker, a 28-year veteran of the CIA and the top senior African-American officer, earlier this year.
Catherine Tinker's research on water diplomacy could enable future generations to benefit in model framework of sustainability.
The School of Diplomacy is excited to welcome two new professors to join starting for the Fall 2023 semester.
The UN Summer Intensive Program once again took students to the United Nations from June 5 to June 9 for five days of im
National Security Fellowship Meets with Netflix Chief of Staff, Former National Security Council Official, and Former Personal Aide to President Obama
The National Security Fellowship (NSF) team had the honor to meet with Ms. Ferial Govashiri, current Chief-of-Staff to the Co-CEO of Netflix, Ted Sarandos, and former Personal Aide to President Obama.
On March 9th, the National Security Fellowship team (NSF) met with Bryan Bonner, Esq., to hear his views on the contemporary challenges facing national security and gather insight from his career.
As a researcher in the DiploLab, a collaborative research space, Jasmine DeLeon has explored interests and career opportunities in international relations.
Safeguard your Company’s Data with New Introductory Cybersecurity Course for Professionals in Corporate Intelligence
Cybersecurity operations impact an increasing number of systematic business processes. This 2-day course is designed to make cybersecurity available to professionals in corporate environments.
Two SHU Diplomacy grad students and one alum teamed up with students from NYU and Columbia to participate in the 8th annual Strategic Crisis Negotiations Exercise dealing with Cyprus.
Hamzah Khan's internship with the Council on American Islamic Relations-NJ Chapter, deepened his understanding of how public policy impacts civil rights locally and internationally.
On February 1, The School of Diplomacy welcomed Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the Vatican's representative to the United States, as its latest World Leaders Forum speaker.
“Solutions Through Solidarity, Sustainability and Science”: Seton Hall Hosts U.N. General Assembly President Csaba Kőrösi
The School of Diplomacy and International Relations recently hosted Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi, the President of the 77th United Nations General Assembly, as part of its World Leaders Forum speakers series.
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