The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute congratulates and celebrates its graduating scholarship cohort.
Latino Institute News
Latino Institute features diverse speakers in new virtual series, "Virtual Cafe con Joes."
The panel will feature women in diverse fields as they share their experiences in the workplace and message of empowerment.
The ABC Panel: 2020 Vision had a special emphasis on political identity in the black community.
Seton Hall alumnus Dr. Enmanuel Mercedes and Jennifer Mazzetti are guest speakers for this Café con Joes conversation.
The ABC Panel: 2020 Vision has a special emphasis on political identity in the black community
The Latino Institute invites Patricia Ortiz to discuss ways on how to be more philanthropic in the local community.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute will hold its annual fundraising gala on October 24 at the New York Athletic Club.
On October 20, the Unanue Latino Institute will welcome Dolores Huerta, a voice for social justice for more than 50 years.
Giant Leap Summer Science Workshop welcomes new cohort of high school students for explorations in STEM.
Unanue Scholars received their degrees before they embark on careers focused on serving others.
The Unanue Institute congratulates all Class of 2019 graduating Unanue Scholars as they enter society as servant leaders.
The Unanue Institute celebrates the accomplishments of past, present, and future scholars at Second Annual Scholarship Brunch.
The planned trip to the Taino exhibit is open to all students and transportation will be provided from the Unanue Institute.
Dr. Catherine Tinker Donates Over 100 Literary Works by Latin American Writers to the Unanue Institute.
The Unanue Institute is hosting an exhibit and panel for Charter Week on the Catholic symbolism of Cesar Chavez and the UFW.
The Latino Institute held a lecture on Dominican spiritual and folk hero, Olivorio Mateo.
The Latino Institute hosted the First Annual College Prep Workshop to help prospective students and their families.
The Latino Institute's Monthly Movie Nights are open to the Seton Hall community and are intended to celebrate Latin culture.
For Black History Month, the Latino Institute is hosting a panel discussion on diaspora, Black identity, and colorism.