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Students from National Security Fellowship team presented their research findings to officials from the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Defense.
Tuesday, July 16, 2024
National Security Fellows Advise Top U.S. Agencies

After completing research on key security matters, School of Diplomacy graduate students, led by alumnus Mohamad Mirghahari (B.A. '02/ M.A. '04), presented their findings to officials in Washington.

UN Summer Intensive Seminar
Thursday, June 20, 2024
UN Study Seminar Turns 25

The 25th session of the School of Diplomacy's UN Intensive Summer Study Program brought together students and UN practitioners seeking a deeper understanding of the UN and the important work it does.

Jasmine De Leon
Thursday, June 13, 2024
Reflections from Rome

Jasmine De Leon reflects on the transformative semester in Rome, where historic events, global leaders, and diverse cultures enriched her education.

Clare Gallagher and Joe Biden
Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Former White House Aide Shares Career Insights

Stay connected and keep an open mind about career options were among the tips shared by Clare Gallagher, whose career trajectory has taken her from the federal government to America's top companies.

SHU Pirate Battalion's Intensive Three-Day Field Training at Ford Dix
Thursday, May 9, 2024
Pirates on the Mainland

Seton Hall University's Pirate Battalion engaged in a challenging three-day Combined Field Training Exercise (CFTX) alongside the Scarlet Knight Battalion of Rutgers University and the Tiger Battalion

Best Delegate Awards went to Seton Hall students, Sophia Alicea and Joseph Brennan.
Friday, May 3, 2024
SHUNA Delegation Wins Big at Princeton

Facing off against students from around the country, Seton Hall's Model UN delegation clinched team and individual delegate awards at the Princeton Diplomatic Invitational (PDI).

Korean man
Friday, May 3, 2024
China Bans Boy Bands to Stop Missiles

Diplomacy Professor Brandon Valerino and a Diplomacy student review when China opted for unorthodox targets to coerce the South Korean from deploying THAAD missile system.

Brandon Valeriano
Friday, April 12, 2024
Making First Contact

Diplomacy Professor Brandon Valeriano analyzes the geopolitics of Netflix's '3 Body Problem.'



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