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In 2020, the International Peace Day theme is “Shaping Peace Together”, which strives to remind people that our common enemy is the Coronavirus, and we must unite against the impact of this pandemic.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies will celebrate the seventh annual Women Entrepreneurship Week with a virtual panel featuring global social entrepreneurs, W.E. DaCruz and Earlene Cruz.
The Diplomatic Envoy, the School of Diplomacy's official student newspaper, devoted a special issue to the voices of the Black community at Seton Hall.
Diplomacy professor Zheng Wang leads an effort to foster an open dialogue on U.S. - China relations.
The spirit of international cooperation and understanding inspires agreement between Seton Hall and the University of Jordan.
The Council on Foreign Relations has elected China expert and Law Professor Margaret K. Lewis to life membership.
Scholars from the Donald M. Payne Sr. School of Technology partner with the School of Diplomacy on global studies.
Diplomacy Professor Joseph Huddleston heads up a new initiative where students and faculty collaborate on IR research.
Diplomacy sisters, Emma and Kelly Tobin give us a glimpse into what inspired their similar college paths.
The New York Times, CNBC, Bloomberg News among world press interviewing Global Health Expert Yanzhong Huang.
Nuclear Weapons and International Security students to learn from expert practitioners in new course.
Students virtually present their proposals towards achieving the UN's Global Goals in this year's SDG Challenge.
Diplomacy students participate in U.S. Army War College simulation of peace talks following the end of the Syrian Civil War.
Director of Online Programs and Associate Professor, Dr. Fredline M'Cormack-Hale, was named 2019's Online Teacher of the Year.
Graduating during a pandemic, the Class of 2020 have proven themselves Seton Hall Strong and prepared to make their mark.
Student researchers offer findings and recommendations to U.S. officials from the State Department and Department of Defense.
Two new partnerships offer exciting opportunities to expand students' global perspectives.
Assistant Professors, Sara Moller and Father Brian Muzás, earn awards from the prestigious Stanton Foundation.
M.A. candidate, Sushant Naidu, has served at a UN Mission, earned the Peace Fellowship, and was selected for the Peace Corps.
Yanzhong Huang, a professor at the School of Diplomacy, provides perspective on world wide pandemic.
The School of Diplomacy welcomed UN scholars and practitioners to discuss ways to make peacekeeping more effective.
The Buccino Leadership Institute has received more than $7 million in gifts to develop the next generation of leaders.
A faculty grant award creates space to welcome U.S. Army Brigadier General to teach International Security.
For the first time in the team’s history, SHUNA has been ranked 12th in the nation out of over 100 groups.
Seton Hall’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies challenges students to expand their understanding of mediation obstacles.
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