Undergraduate education majors attended a virtual seminar titled, "Tips for Making a Positive Difference in the Academic Experience of English Learner (EL) Students" on Tuesday, May 3rd.
The Reflexive, Innovative, Objective research for Social Justice Lab, aka The RIOS Lab, is the very first social work research lab associated with the MSW program.
Drawing from personal experience, Elementary/Special Education (4+2) Major Jodiann Morgan uses storytelling to help others grow and find comfort in being themselves.
Showing resilience in the face of the pandemic, these nursing seniors can face any challenge - whether that was earning a degree during a global health event, or finding a job after graduation.
CommArts Master's Project and Thesis Presentations focused on topics such as communication during COVID-19 and the representation of Native Americans in museums.
Seton Hall faculty moderated a IFCU discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion, with Associate Professor Justin Anderson discussing research around a Catholic view of diversity.
On Saturday, May 14, WSOU's Thank God For Mondays interviewed Dr. Monica Burnette and Dr. KC Choi on diversity, equity and inclusion, and AAPI Heritage Month.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that Americans would prefer a faster game and that Pitch Clock and PitchCom have major support from the younger demographic.
For the second year in a row, the University SHU Reads! Planning Committee is proud to announce the 2022 text selection-- Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 57 percent of sports fans and 68 percent of avid fansfavor Spring football; a majority intend to follow the USFL and like its new rule changes.
Museum Professions Student Presents Portion of Thesis
Highlights from our recent Impact Talk Speaker Series on Elegantly Designing the Future of Computing, Communication and Education including a link to the recorded event.
Update from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: Campus Cases Drop
Students are invited to leverage the latest technology in our summer student success workshops. Sessions will cover technology 101 at Seton Hall, including Blackboard, Outlook, Teams, OneDrive, and LinkedIn Learning.
Continue using Mathematica after graduation for work and personal projects with a free six-month license that can be renewed for up to two additional years.
WSOU-FM's Thank God For Monday program welcomed College of Nursing Clinical Assistant Professor Katherine Connolly and students Patricia Esposito and Colleen Osbahr in honor of National Nurses Week.
Speech-Language Pathology faculty and SHU athletic trainers partner to study speech changes in mild traumatic brain injuries
Faculty interested in pursuing a FIG must submit a proposal by June 30, 2022.
Seton Hall's International Law Society hosted an event with representatives from Religions for Peace and the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations (UN).
Seton Hall University's top student entrepreneurs won $16K in investment seed funding at the 2022 Pirates Pitch Startup Competition
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is excited to announce the opening of the University Wellness Room.
Professors Abe Zakhem and Elizabeth McCrea received a highly competitive National Endowment grant to establish a minor in business humanities at Seton Hall, the first of its kind in the U.S.
Distinguished Professor Jose Prieto invited to use “the pen to fight the sword” and take stance against atrocities unfolding in Europe at Emergency World Voices Congress of Writers.
Seton Hall Diplomacy and International Relations majors Akaysha Palmer and Mohamed Nezar Nokrachi selected to be Rangel Fellow and Rangel Scholar
This edition of student spotlight introduces Ms. Amber Huang, a full-time student attending classes in the ESL@SetonHall intensive English program on campus.
Spiritual leader Monsignor Gerard McCarren begins one-year appointment.
We are proud to announce the establishment of the Seton Hall University’s Pre-Health Advisory Committee.
Emily Chou, a senior social work student, investigates one of the Grand Challenges for Social Work and Society that focuses on assisting all to lead long and productive lives.
Update from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: Cases Rise Vaccination Requirements Remain in Effect
Katie Smith, Ph.D., assistant professor of higher education, was the recipient of the 2022 Schreitmueller Faculty Servant Leader Award.
Amanda DeJesus, news editor of the Setonian, was named a White House Correspondents' Association Scholar.
Robert Yaiser and Dr. David Costantino receive the Police Graduate Studies Adjunct Professor of the Year Award for their leadership and service to students and the CEHS.
The participants in the Catholic Studies Spring 2022 study abroad experience, Foundations of Christian Culture – Italy, returned from their travels a month ago and have settled in.
Helpful information for moving out for the end of the semester.
Madeline Field, a member of the swim and dive team, creates a sports leadership camp (Pirates Play) and partners with the East Orange Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs.
Please join us for the 2022 Faculty Summer Seminar, "Ideas of a Catholic University: Then, Now, and into the Future" facilitated by Dr. Kenneth Parker (Duquesne).
Symposium brings the Seton Hall community together to reflect, celebrate and gather feedback on the execution of the University's strategic plan, Harvest Our Treasures, on May 11.
The Brownson Speech and Debate team recently competed in their second National Championship at the American Forensics Association National Speech Tournament in Nebraska.
Alumnus and His Family Commit $1 Million towards Renovations of the 60-Year-Old Student Building.
The Scholars Forum in CIT welcomes Dr. Ruth Tsuria talking about her recent publication, Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media, second edition (Routledge, 2021).
This fall, the School of Health and Medical Sciences will welcome its first class of undergraduate students into the new Bachelor of Science in Interprofessional Health Sciences program.
Dr. Nicole Battaglia, Director of Gen 1 Program, shares how Seton Hall creates a culture of support for first-generation students through improving academic and social integration.
2022 University Research Council Award cycle
António Guterres, Secretary-General Of The United Nations, to Address Seton Hall University Graduates at 166 Commencement Ceremony and Receive Honorary Degree.
Research by Professor Robert Pallitto was cited by dissenting U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch along with Justice Sonia Sotomayor in a case involving torture, the CIA and a Guantanamo inmate.
Seton Hall won the EGF Rocket League Championship when it held off Delaware, 4-2 in the finals.
The Seton Hall community unites "Hall Together," achieving Giving Day history by exceeding its goal of 1,856 donors and raising over $896,000 from over 2,000 donors!
Seton Hall fosters global collaboration in a partnership with the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia focused on innovation in research and educational practice.
The Sister Rose Thering Fund's signature fundraiser takes place on June 14 at 6 p.m. Featuring director Oren Jacoby, Evening of Roses raises scholarship funding for Jewish-Christian Studies students.
Assistant Professor of Journalism Matthew Pressman has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities stipend for his project, "A History of the New York Daily News and its Populist Politics."
As an intern with the State Department, Diplomacy graduate student, Taylor Rodier, tracked research on Iranian disinformation tactics and monitored trends and events on the ground in the Middle East.
Professor Christopher Tienken, Ed.D., received the Outstanding Book Award from the Society of Professors of Education, for his latest book, "The Risky Business of Education."
Inside the Core, we were honored to have Mary Anne Ford, sister-in-law of martyred Maryknoll Sister Ita Ford in Prof. Maribel Landrau's Core III/CAST course, Modern Women of Faith.
A collaborative article of four professors (two of which belong to Seton Hall), has been selected for the International Communication Association in Paris, France.
Museum Professions students were invited to work with the Morris Museum's historic Murtogh D. Guinness Collection of mechanical musical instruments and automata to provide contemporary insights.
New Housing Option for Returning Students … Neumann Plus!
The Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) Hosts a Community Research and Engagement In Action Panel at the Petersheim Academic Exposition on April 27 at 10 a.m.
Join us on May 5th, as we discuss future-facing pedagogy with an increased use of technology to increase collaboration and student success.
Slavic Club is hosting a Slavic Academic Olympiad testing audience’s knowledge of Slavic Cultures and the Russian language.
Investigating nursing students' knowledge, attitudes and stigma to enable them to be change agents as frontline providers of care while confronting the opioid epidemic.
Diplomacy sophomores Andrea Hebel, Jasmine De Leon, Shweta Parthasarathy, and Jackalyn Ballard won a competition on March 28, 2022, put on by the Atlantic Council’s New American Engagement Initiative.
The Seton Hall team, comprised of four students, was the only institution from the United States to advance to the semi-final stage of the competition.
The Seton Hall team looks to prolong their season with a LevelNext National Showcase, EGFC Nationals, UGC Collegiate Tournament, and CRL Last Chance Qualifiers.
The Stillman School's Market Research Center recognized Distinguished Business Partners and students at its annual Pair Up with the Pirates: Networking and Awards Reception.
The 28 seed Pirates are breaking more program records as they set to compete against 5 seed Western Legends in the 2022 League of Legends College Championship
Professor James J. Kimble again set the historic record straight, producing publicly for the first time the only known portrait of J. Howard Miller, the artist who created the "We Can Do It!" poster.
New Jersey's top Federal Prosecutor, Philip R. Sellinger, will join the faculty of Seton Hall University School of Law’s Third Annual Gaming Law, Compliance, and Integrity Bootcamp.
Students from the School of Diplomacy joined U.S. Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield on stage in the latest installment of the World Leaders Forum speaker series.
Mr. Pemrick graciously shared professional career-based advice as a current professor at American University and as cofounder and managing partner at Commonwealth Strategic Partners.
Mr. Andrew Lavali spoke to students in Professor M’Cormack-Hale’s classes about service delivery reform in Sierra Leone on April 11, 2022.
A leader inside and outside the classroom, Matthew Forget is a role-model for his fellow students.
There are many benefits to living on campus at Seton Hall. Make yourself at home in our residence halls!
Diplomacy Student Wins Top Superior and SHU Team Places 5th out of 61 Schools Overall in Speech Convention and Tournament
Megan Gawron, a Junior Diplomacy major at Seton Hall University, won top superior in two categories in the National Biennial Pi Kappa Delta Convention and Tournament for Speech and Debate.
New online M.A. in Theology option to offer integrated and holistic formation for deacon candidates through the Center for Diaconal Formation within Immaculate Conception Seminary.
The University Core, the Catholic Studies Center, and the Center for Faculty Development join together to sponsor the third Inter-religious panel, this time on the topic of Suffering and Healing.
Labor historian Annelise Orleck will lecture on the New Labor Movement's Uprising Against Low Wages.
Held on April 5, Seton Hall's Synod Session gave faculty the ability to reflect on questions that explored the role of the university in participating more fully in the life of the Church.
Li Kang, a doctoral candidate in the higher education program at the College of Education and Human Services, participated in a scholarly analysis of superintendent compensation nationwide.
ESL@SetonHall students enrolled in the ESLP 0630 course have been studying all semester for a single exam that will decide their next academic step.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Join us on May 11, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. for this webinar hosted by Cigna EAP, to learn steps to improve your understanding of mental health issues.
Professor profiles for the College of Arts and Science's winners for Faculty Researcher and Teacher of the Year Awards
The Pre-Professional Advising Center (P-PAC) hosted a Manual Dexterity Workshop for pre-dental students and those exploring the career.
Student team registration open to expand equitable access to clean energy.
Research by University faculty and students on the emerging field of plasma agriculture can help meet major global challenges of the 21st century.
In the ESLP 0571 Digital Media Publishing class, students are extending their English language skills by producing podcast episodes on topics of interest to them.
On May 3, the University will host a information event on the green for undergrads to learn more about dual degree and graduate programs – with complimentary donuts and coffee!
Explore the backpack display on Thursday, April 21st from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. on The Green (rain location in Jubilee Atrium) and to visit Behind the Backpacks,
TIAA will be hosting webinars for the month of April in support of Financial Literacy Month. This is a nationally recognized crusade to help bring awareness to the need for more financial education.
In an introductory event for the Center for Sports Media, former MLB all-star Alex Rodriguez connects with Seton Hall students to discuss life beyond the baseball diamond.
On behalf of the 2022 Servant Leader Awards Committee, we are honored to announce the Eighteenth annual Servant Leader Awards recipients.
PIPE invites you to attend two upcoming events: a presentation on artifacts from Irish history on Thursday, April 28, and an Irish language workshop on Friday, April 29.
Professor Barbara Mason presents her seminal research on "Current Status and Innovative Strategies for Medications to Treat Alcohol Use Disorder" at 14th Annual Biological Sciences Symposium.
Seton Hall is hosting prominent scholars Luca Iandoli, Mark Juszczak, and Edrex Fontanilla, who are experts in the fields of technology, design, media, learning and the fusion of these and other areas.
Leadership coach Ken Warman has used his expertise in high-performance teams to coach corporate executives and the next generation of leaders.
Registration is now being accepted for the in-person Opening Ceremony featuring Georita M. Frierson, Ph.D., Dean, College of Arts and Sciences discussing how research unites our University community.
Health Intervention and Communication Team Update: Reminders for Keeping Yourself and Those Around You Safe and Healthy
Ernesto Morillo, a Ph.D. candidate in Higher Education, Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall, was appointed the new chief of police for the South Orange police department.
Student entrepreneurs are invited to apply to the Pirates LaunchPad Summer Accelerator Program and earn up to $2K in investment seed funding.
The Brownson Speech and Debate Team secures their first national champion award and a fifth place national victory at a recent Pi Kappa Delta National Convention.
The two distinguished scholars at this symposium will present two fine papers on icons, new and old. In this time of war between Ukraine and Russia, this event highlighting icons.