Biology Club, Robotics, and Seton Hall Gaming are three of the many wonderful organizations at Seton Hall hosting fundraising events for Student Philanthropy Month and would like your support.
Patrick Healy, the head of World Wide Strategic Sourcing for Snap-On Inc., presented information about the company, covering challenges and advancements within the international supply chain arena.
Professor Madison Krall received the Cheris Kramerae Dissertation Award for her dissertation "U.S. Medical Controversy and Its Discursive Legacy in the Mid-Twentieth Century Thalidomide Disaster."
Political Science Professor Matthew Hale shares his expertise with New York Post on public, private and non-profit sector careers enabling emerging leaders to become politically active.
Research professors Ruth Segal and Michael LaFountaine are maintaining their commitment to securing important funding, resulting in significant grants at the IHS campus.
Four Stillman School students received scholarships from the Containerization & Intermodal Institute, recognizing their achievements in logistics, transportation and supply chain management.
Learn about Microsoft's latest updates, designed to improve user experience, boost collaboration and increase productivity.
Seton Hall Esports proudly congratulates Kevin Craig, an esteemed alumnus, on his recent appointment as the inaugural Esports Coordinator at Stony Brook University.
Seton Hall student-athletes continue to excel in their sport and in the classroom. The cumulative Fall 2023 grade point average (GPA) for all student-athletes reached an all-time high of an 3.518.
Genevieve Zipp, Ed.D., reflects on "Interiority and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition: A Call to Integrate Faith and Reason in the Pursuit of Truth," a retreat for all faiths.
Consult Your Community and the Psychology Club are two of the many wonderful organizations at Seton Hall hosting fundraising events for Student Philanthropy Month and would like your support!
After obtaining Level 1 certification in December 2022 from the College Reading and Learning Association, the Tutoring Centers of Seton Hall University have been awarded Level 2 certification.
"Galileo, Science and Scripture," a lecture by Kenneth J. Howell, Ph.D., an Academic Director of the Eucharist Project and President of the Pontifical Studies Foundation.
The New York Public Library selected All-American Boys for its Teen Banned Book Club. The novel, a New York Times Best Seller, was co-written by Brendan Kiely, a Writer-in-Residence at Seton Hall.
The Department of Catholic Studies proudly presents the Archbishop John J. Myers Lecture Series: "Discerning Ethical Questions in a Synodal Church: An Ecumenical Reflection" by Myriam Wijlens.
To celebrate Black History Month and encourage community partnerships, Seton Hall members participated in the Newark Museum of Art (NMOA) event "Art After Dark: College Night" on February 1.