The Center for Catholic Studies hosted its Annual Friends Dinner to welcome Fr. Roy, the spring 19' Toth/Lonergan Professor
The sound of beating drums, lively dancing, applause and laughter filled Bethany Hall on Oct 15, 2018.
The Student Alumni Association (SAA) is aiming to boost the spirit of thankfulness at Seton Hall to new heights.
Class of 2018 graduates Aidan Miller and Kylie Lan Tumiatti, are the School of Diplomacy's newest Fulbright winners.
This week students in Core I delve into Martin Luther King, Jr.'s final speech, his "Mountaintop" sermon, just before he died.
Best-selling authors will talk about producing high-quality nonfiction work in upcoming sports media discussion on 12/6.
Professor Itzkowitz found that despite due diligence, investment choices are made as a result of a very simple process.
Seminar by Todd Hyster, Princeton University, “Radical Biocatalysis: Using Open-shell Species to Unlock New Enzyme Function"
The symposium, held in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr, is open to current and prospective students, as well as alumni.
Esteemed panelists in Higher Education professions shared with students insider knowledge on working in Higher Education.
Professor Sona Patel, Speech-Language Pathology, is collaborating with colleagues at Johns Hopkins on a $3.2M grant.
Dr. Kristen Koehler, Paige Anderson and Jade Latson discussed experiential learning during the NJCA's 22nd Annual Conference.
Journalism Professor Matthew Pressman wrote feature articles for Time magazine and Vanity Fair.
Law Professor Margaret K. Lewis published an op-ed in the Washington Post on China's "mockery" of its human rights treaties.
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.
The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations and the Grants Team are hosting a Panel Discussion on grant funding.
SouthNEXT Festival on Nov 10-11 combines both the Seton Hall and South Orange communities with speakers, performers and more.
On November 27, Giving Tuesday celebrates philanthropy, good works and the meaningful service of DOVE to improve the world.
Students read Benedict XVI's encyclical "Deus Caritas Est" or "God is Love," examining connections with other texts.