We Influence Policy. We Work for Change.
We each have the ability to contribute meaningful change in the world. As servant leaders in a global society, it’s what we, at Seton Hall, devote our hearts, minds, and spirits to each day.
If you are looking for a path where your passion and interest in shaping the future will be taken seriously, empowered and encouraged, this is the place for you.
Seton Hall University’s School of Diplomacy and International Relations is a school like no other. We treat our students as colleagues, and we work together to make an impact. A diverse group of students from all over the world come together to lead, to start new initiatives, to hone their skills, deepen their understanding, get inspired, and launch their lasting impact on human rights, the environment, social justice, conflict resolution and beyond. We learn, and we get to work. We don’t just dream, we do.
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Thursday, October 12, Noon to 1 p.m. ET
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Connect live with our representatives at an upcoming webinar and learn more about how our customizable graduate programs can help you reach your professional goals. Participants will receive a $75 application fee waiver.
Learning Beyond the Classroom
The National Security Fellowship is a research team of graduate students that support a mission requirement provided by one of the vital agencies of the U.S. government: Department of State, Department of Defense, or the White House. Students complete an operational research paper recommending solutions to some of the U.S. government's most challenging foreign policy problems. They present their findings to officials in the requesting agency. Their findings are then circulated among the department and other agencies in the intelligence community.
Scholarship That Matters
Diplomacy students learn alongside faculty and visiting scholars who join our community for a semester or two. Dispatched from his work with the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs, Tsutomu Kono, was in conversation with students at Seton Hall recently. Kono's work focuses on the impact of the pandemic on UN processes and how the world’s leading intergovernmental organization will respond in a post-pandemic world.
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