The Seton Hall Latino community celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month with special events from Sep 15 through Oct 15.
Latino Institute News
Immaculate Conception High School partners with Unanue Latino Institute for 5th Annual Creative Writing Workshop.
The Latino Institute adds three new members to its Advisory Board, including one Seton Hall alumnus.
University commencement displays Latino American pride among keynote speaker, valedictorian, and Unanue scholar class.
Graduating Scholar, Kristal Corona, celebrates acceptance to Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
NJ Tech Selects Unanue Latino Institute Executive Director, Stephanie Macias-Arlington, One of 2018's Top Innovators to Watch.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute announces it will be hosting the organization’s first annual Scholarship Brunch.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute is thrilled to recognize our scholars graduating this upcoming May 2018!
Science-loving high school students are invited to spend a week learning about forensics, astronomy, urban farming & more.
The Latino Institute will host a film screening of an episode of "Latino Americans" on Wednesday, April 11.
A junior pursuing a major in Broadcasting & Film and minor in Asian Studies, Angie Loveday represents the Joseph A. Unanue Latino’s Social Media and Communications Team.
Pau Aragay Marín M.P.A. '15 never thought he would leave Spain for a journey in the nonprofit world in New York City.
Rev. Augustus "Gus" Puleo will provide a lecture on Our Lady of Guadalupe on Wednesday, March 14.
Jacquelyn Coletta recently completed a prestigious internship with the External Affairs Department at The Franklin Institute.
The College of Arts & Sciences Distinguished Guest Lecture Series will present a lecture by noted linguist Silvina Montrul.
The Honorable Caridad F. Rigo '73/J.D. '77 talks about Hispanic Heritage Month and her experience at Seton Hall.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute will be hosting a lecture by author-poet Dr. Marjorie Agosín on Friday, Sept. 22nd.
Dr. Carlos Eire, Professor of History and Religious Studies at Yale and National Book Award recipient, will be giving a lecture on the Reformation.
Seton Hall to host a lecture by Philip Galinsky, Ph.D., ethnomusicologist and director of Samba New York!
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