Our Scholars Are The Best!
Meet our hard-working GA, Jacquelyn Coletta, pursuing Museum Professions
Jacquelyn Coletta recently completed a prestigious internship with the External Affairs Department at The Franklin Institute.
Find out more about Jacquelyn's accomplishments and work here »
Meet our Social Media Savvy Angie!
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.
Headed To Spain!
At the Joseph A. Unanue Institute we celebrate our scholars' accomplishments. Adela Perez-Franco, an Unanue Scholar and Exito Leadership Club member has been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship. Franco, a senior diplomacy major, will travel to Madrid, Spain to teach English to high school students and prepare them for a Model United Nations conference.
Meet Gabriela Redhead, a Latina Leader
At the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute we are proud to recognize our scholars. A first generation college student, Gabriela Redhead is majoring in Finance and Information Technology. Her volunteering efforts and academic achievements have made our Seton Hall community proud
Meet Luisa Toro, An International Volunteer
The Éxito Leadership Club at the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute encourages and supports its elite members to get involved in pro-active initiatives that make a difference in our global community. Our newest member, Luisa Toro, a junior at Seton Hall, is an example of the Institute's vision of servant leadership.
Scientific Research with North Star Academy Students
The North Star Academy high school students, the Seton Hall Science Department and Exito Leadership Club members join forces for this unique volunteering project. The program consists of a variety of scientific researches including Research in Human Memory, Ethics and Genetic Engineering, Mass Ejections from the Sun, and more. Kristal Corona (in the photo right), an Exito Leadership Club member, discusses her participation in a behavioral science research with rats.
Students Show Leadership through Service
We are very proud of the achievements of our scholars and Exito Leadership Club members. Two recipients of our Lider Award, Chloe Mullen-Wilson and Jaquelin Rivas-Tejada, are giving back to their communities by organizing projects to keep at-risk young adults on the right track. Both Seton Hall students agree that there are lessons in life that cannot be taught in the classroom.