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Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala

Many Are One Alumni Awards Gala

Friday, June 8, 2018
6 p.m. - Cocktails • 7 p.m. - Dinner and Program
Bethany Hall, Seton Hall University

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The 32nd annual Many Are One alumni awards gala sponsored by Mercer is Seton Hall’s annual celebration of the ways the University’s alumni have positively influenced our world and exemplify Seton Hall’s mission of servant leadership.

This year, the gala comes back to campus and will be held in the newly constructed Bethany Hall, a welcome center dedicated to Monsignor Robert Sheeran ’67, president emeritus of Seton Hall. Monsignor Sheeran requested the center be named Bethany Hall after the Biblical village where Mary, Martha and their brother Lazarus received Jesus into their home, as a place of friendship and community.

Proceeds raised from Many Are One support the Many Are One Alumni Endowed Scholarship Fund, which provides children, grandchildren and siblings of alumni who attend Seton Hall with four-year scholarships.

For more information about tickets, honorees, sponsorships and additional ways to support the scholarship, please call 1-800-992-GRAD.

For hotel reservations, contact the Short Hills Hilton to take advantage of the Seton Hall room block rate of $149 for a single/double occupancy at 1-800-471-6402, use code SHG. We will have complimentary shuttles to and from Bethany Hall.

We are pleased to announce new tickets prices for 2018.

  • Individual Ticket: $250
  • Table: $2,500
  • Young Alumni: $125

About the Awards

Seton Hall University is like a mid-size city - with over 100,000 alumni, 10,000 students and 1,500 employees. However, over 160 years after its founding, it remains true to its mission; it is a welcoming community, rooted in faith, and is steadfast in the pursuit of academic excellence.

Tied together by a common bond, Many Are One is the only event at which all of Seton Hall comes together as one to celebrate Seton Hall. Through it, alumni, faculty, administrators, students and friends gather to share the special link that unites them all - their devotion to Seton Hall.

Each year, members of the University community are selected for special recognition. These honorees are chosen because of their dedication to improving Seton Hall and their communities.

  • The Most Distinguished Alumnus Award is the most prestigious alumni award given by the University. This award is presented to an individual who has been recognized as an outstanding leader in his or her professional field.
  • The Humanitarian Award is presented to an alumnus or alumna who embodies Seton Hall's mission of servant leadership by making a significant positive impact on his or her community.
  • School and College Service Awards: Each year at Many Are One all of Seton Hall's schools and colleges select an alumnus/a to receive their respective service award. Service awards recognize the dedication each alumnus/a has to their profession and their service to their community and Seton Hall.

Event Sponsor

Mercer Logo - Event Sponsor for Many Are One

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Can't attend?

Can't attend but would still like to make a contribution? Consider making a donation to the Alumni Scholarship.

For more information, contact Alumni Relations at (973) 378-9822 or alumni@shu.edu.

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Additional Sponsors

Dinner Sponsor

  • Liberty Mutual

Pirate Pride Sponsors:

  • O'Toole/Scrivo, Attorneys at Law
  • Ernst & Young

Honorees

Most Distinguished Alumnus

Anthony Slimowicz '87

2018 Most Distinguished Alumnus 

Humanitarians of the Year

Dr. Christipher Fisher '93 and Nicole Battaglia '12

2018 Humanitarians of the Year 

School and College Service Awards

2018 School and College Alumni Service Awards 

College of Arts & Sciences                                                            
Lisa Donoghue ’95/M.B.A. ’96

College of Communication and the Arts                                  
Rosemary Mercedes ’99/M.A. ’02

College of Education and Human Services                            
Thomas Lloyd Smith ’96

College of Nursing                                                                           
Barbara Kiernan ’65

Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology
Monsignor William J. Linder '59/M.DIV. '63
      
School of Diplomacy and International Relations                 
Colin Hart ’10

School of Health and Medical Science                                     
Kenyani Henderson ’10/M.S. ’13

School of Law                                                                                     
John Shahdanian, J.D. ’97

Stillman School of Business                                                          
Steven Karl ’83

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