Dr. Merold Westphal, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, is coming to Seton Hall on Sept. 27.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll is looking for students and student groups to help poll -- and get paid!
Ecology Club and Environmental Studies students have organized weekend day hikes during the month of September for students to explore vista points in the NJ Highlands region.
Students delve into the Hebrew Scriptures in Core I this week, looking at excerpts from Genesis and Exodus.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies honors two young alumni with Emerging Entrepreneur Awards at Hall of Fame Dinner.
The celebration of the official opening and blessing the new Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus (IHS) was featured on PBS.
Faculty member, Bryan Meadows Ph.D., from the Department of Educational Studies will be serving on an NJDOE state-wide advisory committee.
Doctoral Counseling Psychology Students and Faculty Shine with their Commitment to Research Competence at the APA convention.
The story on the 1982 meeting where the president and the pope confided their conviction that God had spared their lives.
Dr. Liam Brockey, a former consultant to Martin Scorsese's film Silence, will discuss Jesuit missionaries in East Asia.
Rose Mercadante Seminar Series - Prof. Brad Carrow of Princeton on Catalyst Design for Sustainable Coupling Chemistry
Fr. Pablo Gadenz's new book, "The Gospel of Luke," tops Amazon's "Hot New Releases" list. A book signing will be held Oct. 3.
Graduate student Erick Agbleke's assignment with the U.S Embassy in Lomé, provided a unique opportunity for him to give back.
The annual International Celebration returns to campus with food trucks, foreign films, a Russian empress and lots more!
Seton Hall’s College of Nursing will participate in Mary’s Place by the Sea’s 7th Annual Walkathon on Saturday, September 22.
Some Core I classes continue to read the works of Plato, including the Symposium, a banquet dedicated to Eros, god of love.
Explore potential internships and entry or mid-level positions with over 125 employers at the fall Career Fair.
Seton Hall and Hackensack Meridian Health to mark the open and blessing of the new Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus.
Seminar by Professor Vivek Kumar of the New Jersey Institute of Technology entitled "Short Peptide Biomaterial Drugs."
Renowned academic Slavoj Žižek is coming to Seton Hall to present on Samuel Beckett, politics, and political correctness.
Speech-Language Pathology and Physician Assistant students collaborate perform HEENT and Oral Mechanism Exams.
Sua Mendez, a B.A./M.A. in Museum Professions student, recently completed a competitive collections management internship at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
On Thursday, Sept 20th at 6:30 p.m. in Fahy 236, the Slavic Club will be holding presentations by its members who recently studied and worked abroad.
Professor Paula Franzese will present "Dismantling Structural Racism: Engaging Neighbors, Leaders, and Government."
The Seton Hall Latino community celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month with special events from Sep 15 through Oct 15.
CPAs Ralph, M.S.'98, and Marylee R. Evangelista to be inducted into the University's Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.
WSOU's fall concert series, 'Rotten Apple Fest,' will feature 11 performances including Clutch, Beartooth and more.
Nutley is hosting "Welcome Day" with free food for Seton Hall's IHS campus on 9/21 from noon-3 p.m. in the park across the street.
Seton Hall moved up five places among the top tier of national universities in the latest guide by U.S. News & World Report.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Fall 2018 incoming graduate students at Graduate Student Orientation on August 25.
Professor Gregory Stevens will serve as a faculty associate and the program director of the M.A. in Museum Professions program.
The Gerontological Society of America has named Associate Dean Judith Lucas as a fellow for her work in policy and practice.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Stillman School No. 108 in listing of the best undergraduate business programs in the nation.
Author, Staceyann Chin of the widely acclaimed novel, The Other Side of Paradise visits Seton Hall on September 26, 2018.
This conference, held on Tuesday, October 2 at 1 p.m, will celebrate Pope Paul VI's upcoming canonization on October 14, 2018 in St. Peter's Square by Pope Francis.
Italian Studies student scholars, benefactors and distinguished alumnus Frank Cannata '55 will be honored at Sept. 11 event.
Helen Pozdniakova, a first year medical student, is this year’s recipient of the Laser Spine Institute Scholarship.
First year students begin their Core experience with readings from the Church, Socrates and Plato.
Charles Grantham, director of the Center for Sport Management, weighed in on Colin Kaepernick's suit against the NFL.
Twenty-eight-year former diplomat of the Swiss Foreign Service, Therese Adam joins the Diplomacy School.
Monsignor Richard Liddy's 1993 book, Transforming Light: Intellectual Conversion in the Early Lonergan, has recently been translated into Italian.
Support for Ph.D. candidates is a healthy investment for tomorrow's nurse leaders.
A Catholic Studies degree prepared Kristine well for her teaching vocation.
For the second year, The Career Center awarded students the "Nonprofit Intern Scholarship."
Dr. Marianne Lloyd reflects on The Educational Vocation and Authenticity: Let Your Life Speak (Even in Meetings and Lectures) in the first of four retreats for faculty and administrators.
Reginald F. Butler to Lead Dialogue about Inclusion, Part of a Year-long Initiative to Support Diversity on Campus.
Celebrating the common journey shared by our community, Seton Hall launches The Lovelette Interdisciplinary Series on 9/20.
Abe Kasbo '94/M.P.A. '99, founder and CEO of Verasoni Worldwide, to be inducted into University's Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.
Want to become Catholic? Need Confirmation? Join RCIA today! RCIA meets every Sunday in the lower level of Boland Hall.
Seton Hall Insurance Professionals (SHIP) facilitates connections for students and alumni.
Nya Huguette Ebama '01 never gave up on her dreams of being a doctor despite facing significant challenges.
More than 1,800 new Pirates were welcomed to the Seton Hall family with a personal handwritten postcard.
Adjunct faculty are invited to stop by the Faculty Lounge on Sept. 6th for some light refreshments and a meet-and-greet.
Matt Hale looks forward to using material he teaches in public administration classes in his real world role on council.
Joseph Murante and Emily Silkowski have wrapped up a three-month long internship for the Superior Court of NJ.
Sophomores Elizabeth Rodriguez and Karmen Yap were celebrated by Good Morning America for their journey to Seton Hall.
Kathleen Neville, Ph.D., R.N., has been selected for Fellowship in the American Academy of Nursing.
Environmental Students Featured in Statewide Publication for Sustainability Efforts on Campus during capstone project.
Seton Hall is hosting "Modern Slavery in our Lives" with human rights experts to talk slavery in our every day lives.
New and returning nursing students began their first day as part of the brand new health sciences campus.
The next event in the University Libraries Speaker Series focusing on educational and informational issues.
Social media program provides virtual merit badges to recognize undergraduate student success at the University.
Learn how to manage and utilize citations with Zotero Citation Management software. With the Microsoft Word add-in, you can cite as you write!
The Center for Faculty Development will again be sponsoring a wide array of programs to support faculty teaching and scholarship.
The Rose Mercadante Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Series is pleased to present a seminar by Professor Gregory Wiedman on drug delivery through cell membranes.
Michael Reuter, director of the Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development, will receive the Leo Zatta Award.
The TLTC is pleased to announce the Student Tech Bytes Fall Semester schedule is now available!
The Dubovy siblings are the first legacy triplets at the University.
Welcome Week is loaded with great fun and activities for new and returning Pirates!
The Class of 2022 had the most applicants, is the largest class, and has the highest average SAT score in Seton Hall history.
Maryanne Barra-Schneider, D.N.P., recently led a workshop for new doctors titled "Internal Medicine Boot Camp 2018."
All freshmen are welcome on Saturday, September 8. Come meet your fellow Pirates during our day of discussion and recreation.
Give us your best shots! Submit travel, internship, study abroad adventure photos on social. Win great prizes. #hallabroad
Ten graduate students studied in the Netherlands as part of the Museum Professions’ study abroad opportunity.
Casey Bischoff combined leadership with service while learning about the people and culture of Senegal.
Executive coach and best-selling author, Lee Miller, leads empowering, hands-on workshops on influencing and communication.
Space154 is pleased to announce a series of MakerSpace events for the 2018 Fall Semester! All events are 1 – 4 p.m. in Space154
The exhibit examines the many artistic, cultural, political, and religious connotations of the color red.
Arts Council presents its 2018-19 season featuring performances from the Classical Concert series, Theatre, Choral programs and more.
Faculty and administrators are invited to a sustained reflection on the University's mission in light of its history and Catholic character.
Starting this fall the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center will be offering a series of classes on the IHS Campus.
High-school students jump-start their understanding of international law, human rights and advocacy.
On Oct. 27, the School of Theology will host a day of theological presentations and discussion about Pope Paul VI's encyclical.
The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center is pleased to announce the Faculty Tech Bytes Fall Semester schedule is now available.
The School of Medicine hosts a pre-med internship for competitive high school students from underrepresented backgrounds.
The School of Theology and the Archdiocese of Newark had a powerful presence at the National Diaconate Congress last month.
CommArts sponsors a free panel on the growth of podcasting, its evolving future and its impact on consumer audio consumption.
Law Professors from the Center for Social Justice published a feature Op-ed in the New Jersey Law Journal.
Professor Scott Rothbort appeared on CNBC and Bloomberg Radio to discuss PepsiCo's CEO and new MSG deal.
Melinda Hanlon, M.A. '08, president of the Academy of the Holy Angels, began her new role as of July 1.
Three M.A. in Museum Professions scholarship recipients share how they give back to the College of Communication and the Arts.
Professor Finishing Novel as Starr Center Fellow
Video celebrating the success of Seton Hall graduates is recognized as a Bronze winner by the 39th Annual Telly Awards.
The Center for Faculty Development will again be hosting Faculty Lunches throughout the Fall 2018 semester.
Before he became a member of the Seton Hall community, Suarez dropped out of college and joined the military.
WSOU staff members recently interviewed honorees at the 2018 NJ Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
A group of fifteen Core faculty, with some additional guests, had a wonderful week of fellowship and inspiration in Rome.
Will Durant was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and a Pulitzer; he was a faculty member and a student at Seton Hall.
Fathers Laracy and Platania presented at a seminar about theological and scientific perspectives on the Universe's origins.
Over 1,300 incoming freshman participated in Pirate Adventure to prepare them for life at Seton Hall.