The Center for Faculty Development will be sponsoring a wide array of programs this Spring.
Elizabeth Williams-Riley of the American Conference on Diversity will share insights at the Martin Luther King Day Symposium.
Faculty conducted a video lecture on education leadership in the U.S. with the University of Catania.
The Online Teaching Certificate program was developed to provide faculty with a variety of helpful tools to develop and facilitate online or hybrid classes.
Pirate Sports Network and CommArts alumnus John Fanta '17 walks on the sidelines as a sportscaster for the Big East Network.
During a two-day workshop, public relations student Eric Lamadrid took home the Betsy Plank Diversity Case Study Award.
Set yourself apart with skills and learning experiences from the LinkedIn Student Learning Ambassador program.
Space154 is pleased to announce a series of MakerSpace events for the 2019 Spring Semester! All events are 1 - 4 p.m. in Space154
Alert: The Department of Information Technology has received reports of extortion emails targeting the Seton Hall community.
CommArts' Kevin Phalon '17 and Bernie Wagenblast '78 collaborate on video about the New York Transit Museum's vintage subway.
Authors Jeff Benedict and Ben Reiter explain how to navigate the waters of storytelling and create quality, nonfiction work.
In Fides et ratio, philosophy is committed to serving the expansion of right reason.
Collect and manage student attendance data within your existing Blackboard course.
Alexa Valiente, B.S. '13, received an Emmy for her work on an ABC News story focusing on the tragic shooting in Las Vegas.
Professor Matthew Pressman and his new book were featured in the Washington Post, Harvard's NiemanLab and on CSPAN's Book TV.
Dr. Martin Edwards joins International Studies Quarterly's editorial board and USC's Center on Public Diplomacy as a fellow.
The Seton Hall Chamber Choir, University Choir and Orchestra are holding auditions from January 14 to January 25, 2019.
The Walsh Gallery is honored to present "Strange Attractors" from January 14 to March 8, 2019.
President Meehan, Rev. Pritchett and three students reflect on diversity, inclusion and the Martin Luther King Day symposium.
Robert Kelchen has been chosen number 32 in Education Week's annual Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings of the top 200.
Dr. Doreen Stiskal Reflects on Educational Vocation and Mission in the Heart of the University Retreat Series
Dr. Doreen Stiskal reflects on The Educational Vocation and Mission: Leading Students to New Horizons in the retreat.
Professor and librarian Marta Deyrup published the Librarian's Guide to Writing for Professional Publication, her 9th book.
The Department of Information Technology has a few tips and tricks to keep your computer and your data in the best shape.
Gail Thornton, M.A. '03 was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America and recently published her second book.
Professor Yanzhong Huang travels the world to talk about U.S./China relations and China's emergence as a global power.
WSOU-FM sets station record in annual drive, collecting and donating more than 900 pounds of food to a local food bank.
Amy Giuliano discusses her exciting entrepreneurial venture in this article that originally appeared on Aleteia.org.
The Center for Faculty Development will again be hosting Faculty Lunches throughout the Spring 2019 semester.
The move to the cloud will ensure downtime is minimized, while allowing Blackboard to deliver new features, fixes, and updates more frequently and with little to no downtime.
Alumni Father Boniface Anusiem and Meryam Khodja presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention.
Dr. Renee Robinson recently published a book about creating effective digital learning opportunities for employees.
Although winter break is a good time to relax,remember to take advantage of opportunities to build your professional network.
The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture has published the Fall/Winter 2018 issue of its widely recognized journal.
Seton Hall University will host its annual Graduate Open House on Saturday, February 23 from noon to 3 p.m. in Bethany Hall.
Heidi Campbell, Ph.D., discussed her theory of networked religion.
Professor Martin S. Edwards has published The IMF, the WTO & the Politics of Economic Surveillance, presents findings to IMF.
Christina Vitale '18 chases her dream as an on-screen reporter for Action News Now in Chico, California.
Stillman School is #45 in nation in 2018 Poets & Quants Best Undergraduate Business Schools ranking - #3 for alumni survey.
Senior history majors Michael Novak and Kalliopi Logothetis recently presented their research at national conferences
In commemoration of Veterans Day, CommArts' Kenneth Hoffman presented a photo-essay of photographs from the Vietnam War.
Co-captain of the nationally recognized Brownson Speech and Debate Team, Jocelyn Rogalo talks about performance speaking.
Students work with Dr. Jim Daly on gathering, analyzing, and displaying data on the Ukrainian Diaspora in NJ.
M.B.A. Student Alissa Lopez won first place in the NJIT New Business Model Competition.
Jenna Mason, M.S.N. '15, was honored with a March of Dimes Rising Star Award for her impressive array of leadership efforts.
Professor Robert Kelchen received a $204k grant to study how performance-based funding in higher education impacts youth outcomes.
Your Christmas won't be as merry if you're targeted by a phishing attack. Protect your holiday cheer by watching out for these scams.
Previous Professional-in-Residence and alumnus Bryan Meszaros '00 led an exclusive workshop for faculty-chosen ADIM students.
Inside the Core this Week: Oxford
Marta Suazo has received the Sol J. Barer Scholarship in Life Sciences from Celgene, a global biopharmaceutical company.
Criminal Justice Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari's award-winning documentary, Why They Kill, was broadcast on Fox TV, Alaska.
Supply Chain Club earns gold-level award for going above and beyond and outstanding performance with its 2017-18 activities.
EOP has given thousands of students the chance to thrive at the University as students and leaders.
Students face off in 'Shark Tank' style competition sponsored by Stillman School and its Center for Entrepreneurial Studies.
A tireless activist, Sister Rose Thering dedicated her life to the fight against anti-Semitism.
The China Federation of Literary and Art Circles toured the Walsh Galleries to research government funded exhibitions.
Judge Patricia K. Costello '74 gave a CJSA lecture on "The Role of a Chief Judge: Managing Crises and Improving the System."
Articles on the poll results appeared on Yahoo's websites in the U.S, Canada, the U.K., Australia and India as well as ESPN and Forbes.
Author and award-winning historian Danielle McGuire to speak at March 29 conference. Call for submissions now open.
Professor Maisha Mitchell will be teaching a new course in the Spring about Latino/a in the U.S.
Antonella Fegan presented at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action's annual conference.
Sign in to PirateNet before Dec. 12th, open LinkedIn Learning, and sync your LinkedIn account to be eligible to win a LinkedIn prize pack.
Madelyn Yu M.S.N.'03, was recently honored with the presidential position for the Philippine Nurses Association of America.
Seton Hall Alumni donations bring joy to under-served children through costume and toy drives.
Japanese conflict resolution expert with UN experience joins the School of Diplomacy.
Richard Gannon, J.D. '91 brings his talents back to Seton Hall as chair of the School of Diplomacy's Board of Overseers.
The Latino Institute sponsored transportation along with other departments to take students to a Diversity Conference.
The University community's generosity on behalf of DOVE will impact thousands of lives at home and around the world.
Core 1 ends with a choice from among modern authors. One such author is Dorothy Day, who was committed to peace and the poor.
The Latino Institute co-sponsored an event with M.A.C. for their multicultural Fashion Show that was open to all students.
Brownson highlights it's four new freshmen as their first semester comes to a close.
Acclaimed fiction writer Jenny Offill will read on Thursday, December 6th at 6 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
Alumnus Christian Zeron '16, founder and CEO of Theo & Harris, a vintage watch company, recently cracked $2 million in sales.
As Abd El Kader fellows, Diplomacy graduate students recently participated in hands-on workshops on strategic influencing.
Seton Hall University launches its Christmas at the Hall celebration with the ninth annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
The Office of International Programs announces trips in 2019 to Ethiopia, China, Italy, Ireland, Japan and Brazil.
By the conclusion of this event, it was clear that the answer to the question "Will The Story Survive?" was a resounding yes.
The NJ Historical Commission presented Seton Hall University alumnus Joseph Bilby ’65 with the Richard J. Hughes Award.
Frank Pannucci '03/MPA '08 received an award at this year's New Jersey League of Municipalities Convention.
Bryan Price is the founding executive director of a first-of-its-kind interdisciplinary undergraduate leadership program.
The Robert Lehman Foundation will support a group exhibition titled "Strange Attractors."
Elizabeth Swinton '18 keeps her eye on the ball as an associate social media producer for Sports Illustrated.
During an exclusive interview, Pirate TV talked to Laurie Hernandez, two-time Olympic medalist and American gymnast.
The Program of Catholic Studies is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu) 2019
ESPN's Bob Ley '76 teaches a Master Class, "Sports Journalism and Its Challenges," to thirty select students.
Students learn about sustainable foods systems on field trips to Windsong Farm, Pfeiffer Center and Stone Barns Center.
This week students in Core I delve into Martin Luther King, Jr.'s final speech, his "Mountaintop" sermon, just before he died.
Professor Itzkowitz found that despite due diligence, investment choices are made as a result of a very simple process.
Grigoriy "Grisha" Shekhtman has been awarded a grant to research the relationship between social media and alcohol abuse.
Best-selling authors will talk about producing high-quality nonfiction work in upcoming sports media discussion on 12/6.
Professor Sona Patel, Speech-Language Pathology, is collaborating with colleagues at Johns Hopkins on a $3.2M grant.
Esteemed panelists in Higher Education professions shared with students insider knowledge on working in Higher Education.
The symposium, held in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr, is open to current and prospective students, as well as alumni.
Seminar by Todd Hyster, Princeton University, “Radical Biocatalysis: Using Open-shell Species to Unlock New Enzyme Function"
Dr. Kristen Koehler, Paige Anderson and Jade Latson discussed experiential learning during the NJCA's 22nd Annual Conference.
Law Professor Margaret K. Lewis published an op-ed in the Washington Post on China's "mockery" of its human rights treaties.
Journalism Professor Matthew Pressman wrote feature articles for Time magazine and Vanity Fair.
Kurt Rotthoff is a 2018 recipient of the Bright Ideas Award for his recently published research.
Leaving her mark on the beauty industry, PR alumna Taylor Key '18 recently joined product discovery community, Influenster.
Campus Ministry's recent DISCOVERY retreat offered students practical strategies for responding to God in their daily lives.
The University community is invited to a "Shark Tank" Competition for 10 high school entrepreneur finalists on November 16.