The Charles and Joan Alberto Institute is pleased to host the inaugural symposium of the Interdisciplinary Network for Nineteenth-Century Italian Studies (INNCIS).
Arts and Culture News
Elizabeth, NJ police officers and youth come together for a ten week social justice creative arts workshop.
“The Empire Revealed: Newly Discovered Ethnographic Images of 18th Century Russia.” Come and find out all the details pertaining to this fascinating presentation by Dr. Nathaniel Knight,October 1st.
On Thur. Sept. 24, at 6:30 p.m., via Microsoft Teams, the Slavic Club is holding presentations by our most recent Fulbright & CLS recipients.
Dr. Wood evaluates progress made toward Christian Unity and the journey still to be undertaken.
On September 29, 2020, the Institute will host its annual event, featuring the testimony of three Italian studies alumni.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed incoming M.A Communication and M.A. Museum Professions graduate students through virtual orientation
The Diplomatic Envoy, the School of Diplomacy's official student newspaper, devoted a special issue to the voices of the Black community at Seton Hall.
The University Libraries and the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute work together to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
Every generation of Setonians needs to reflect upon the University’s history and mission and make it their own. Too seldom do we take the time to consider what is most important to us as a University
For the fifth year in a row, College of Communication and the Arts' student and alumni films to screen in award-winning SOMA Film Festival.
What is a degree in Catholic Studies? It is the Catholic Intellectual Tradition infused into other disciplines or other majors.
College of Communication and the Arts releases its fall infosession dates for those interested in pursuing graduate degrees.
Professor Travis Timmerman was featured in The Washington Post and ABC TV News on the call to rename or contextual monuments.
September 21st to 24th, Center for Catholic Studies will host Faith and Racial Justice.
NJ.com featured an op-ed from Professor Juan Rios, "When cops overlook mental health issues, there can be deadly results."
Professors Mary Balkun and Marta Deyrup have published Transformative Digital Humanities and received a grant from NJCH.
First 56 Days are a series of events encouraging students to experience everything that Seton Hall University has to offer.
Seton Hall co-hosted the virtual forum where scholars and faith leaders explored practical wisdom shared in the Bhagavad Gita
Ethnographic project explores significance of shiva for Jewish identity and practice in the Reconstructionist community.
The Latino Institute’s Lider Award combines financial aid with a stipend for students to complete a community service project
Station Broadcasters Sweep the Radio General News and Radio Sports Categories
Seton Hall Student Broadcasters to Provide on 89.5 FM Live Play-by-Play of the North Semifinal and Final Games
Seton Hall faculty members reflect on civil rights icons John Lewis and C.T. Vivian.
A participatory workshop for anyone who wishes to expand on their abilities to conspire for a more racially equitable future.