Seton Hall Pirate Battalion ROTC cadets conduct their annual fall semester field training exercise at Picatinny Arsenal, learning weapon proficiency, teamwork, and small unit tactics.
Want to get involved? The Office of Graduate Affairs is looking for graduate students who want to represent their programs and have a desire to help prospective and newly admitted students.
The Division of Student Services is offering a free Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.) training to female members of the University community on December 2 and 3.
Wang Fang-yu, a professor with an innovative approach to Chinese language, calligraphy, and connoisseurship amassed a collection whose impact continues to echo through the generations.
Living with a purpose of helping those most in need, Seton Hall Alumnus Nick Scalera’s story is one of triumph, transformation, and tenacity.
In the AI era, leadership will require navigating a changing landscape with emotional Intelligence and empathy.
Cristina Hill ’20 explains to editors of In the Lead magazine that critical thinking is the most important skill to being successful.
A recent immersion session for the College of Nursing's Adult-Gerontological Acute Care Nurse Practitioner graduate students included participation from undergraduate B.S.N. students.
In this transformative era, leaders must adapt their mindset and skill set to embrace the potential of AI while managing its challenges and risks.
At 6:30 p.m., Thursday, November 30, 2023, in Fahy Hall Room 236, the Slavic Club will be showcasing the popular movie: Ivan Vasilyevich Changes His Profession.
With the Annual Entertainment and Marketing Exchange being held at the Prudential Center for the first time, students were excited for the opportunity to connect with professionals before the game.
The Lonergan Institute appointed scholar of Catholic philosophy and theology Jonathan Heaps, Ph.D., as its new Director and editor of The Lonergan Review.
Professor Sam Scheffler of New York University will deliver the next installment of the Philosophers Speak lecture series, "Existential Catastrophe," on Wednesday, 12/6 at 5 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
On September 27, fifty-three Seton Hall community members participated in an Opioid Prevention Training (OPT) Program sponsored by the Dean of Students Office and SGA.
Seton Hall University welcomes the entire community to gather for the launch of Christmas at the Hall with its spectacular Tree Lighting Ceremony on Tuesday, November 28 at 6 p.m. on the Green.
Pirate Battalion cadets and cadre attend numerous events in the week leading up to Veterans Day in order to honor those who have served our country.