Pirates from around the country gathered in Washington, D.C. for Seton Hall's annual social and networking event.
News and Events
Graduate students, Oluwagbemiga Oyeneye and Erick Agbleke, offer their research findings and policy recommendations for U.S. Army Africa.
The Abd el Kader research team travels to D.C. to brief the Pentagon, the White House, and U.S. Army Africa provide recommendations to top government officials.
Adjunct faculty member, Dr. Roger Alfani, has a book coming out next month about the church's role in peace-making.
Graduate student, Amatullah Shaw, and her classmates reflect on their study seminar in Ethiopia.
Prospective students presented their proposals for advancing the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals on April 26.
Dr. Philip Moremen and Dr. Catherine Tinker were honored as Seton Hall Teachers of the Year.
Dr. Ann Marie Murphy is awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research in Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Emma Tobin, a diplomacy and philosophy student from California, receives Truman, Boren and Critical Language Scholarships.
How do you combine an invaluable education, cultural appreciation and cherished experiences into one week? Ask Pallavi Shahi.
Three siblings cross the globe to attend Seton Hall and share Pirate Pride.
School of Diplomacy's Hugh Dugan appointed Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs at the State Department.
Professor David Wood immerses himself in Libya to prepare aid recommendations and encourage peace in their ongoing conflict.
With McGill University colleagues, Dr. Zinaida Miller was awarded an $18,000 CAD grant to fund her upcoming project.
The School of Diplomacy is pleased to welcome the U.S.-Pakistan Interreligious Consortium (UPIC) to Seton Hall.
Seton Hall students were invited to tour the New York LinkedIn office as part of their Student Ambassador Program orientation.
Applications for the 20th annual UN Intensive Summer Study Program are now being accepted.
Student research projects centered on current events emphasize the Institute's focus on the pillar of civic engagement.
At the Arts and Sciences Cohort's Lunch and Learn meeting students learned about character in leadership from professionals.
Dr. Catherine Tinker was awarded a Fulbright faculty award for 2019-2020 to teach in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Diplomacy's Courtney Smith traveled to West Africa recently to see progress underway at the UN's peacekeeping mission.
The Latino Institute's own Graduate Assistant Spencer Hinton had his article written for the School of Diplomacy published.
Alexa Valiente, B.S. '13, received an Emmy for her work on an ABC News story focusing on the tragic shooting in Las Vegas.
Dr. Martin Edwards joins International Studies Quarterly's editorial board and USC's Center on Public Diplomacy as a fellow.
Gail Thornton, M.A. '03 was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America and recently published her second book.
Professor Yanzhong Huang travels the world to talk about U.S./China relations and China's emergence as a global power.
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