In 2021, on the approval by Harvard Business School of the Seton Hall University’s proposal for joining the MOC Affiliate Network, housed in the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness.
In Core I and Core II, students begin the spring semester exploring questions of deep meaning and values informing moral choices and actions.
On January 11, twenty-two members from the Seton Hall community participated in the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) three-day train-the-trainer program sponsored by the DEI Committee.
U.S. News and World Report recognized Seton Hall's online graduate program in Education Leadership Management and Policy as #58 in the nation and #2 among Catholic Universities.
Gathered outside the beautiful new Global Commons, Seton Hall undergraduates gathered to learn about the Pirate Priority discount on dual-degree and graduate programs.
US News & World Report has ranked Seton Hall's Online Graduate Nursing Programs in the Top 16 percent nationally, 4th among all Catholic colleges and tops in New Jersey.
The Rev. Dr. Forrest M. Pritchett, a longtime civil rights leader and eminent voice at Seton Hall for 45 years, has been named interim director of Africana Studies.
Julia Van Ness, B.S.E. ‘18, now an 8th grade special education inclusion teacher, recalls her time as an undergraduate student in the Elementary and Special Education program at Seton Hall University.
Amalia McEvoy, a graduate student taking Introduction to Digital Humanities, worked with the Center for Community Research and Engagement's PolicyLab to research community gardens in Newark.
Student volunteers proficient in a language can support their peers’ speaking and listening skills through the new Global Learning Center’s Peer-Assisted Language Support (PALS) Program.
Professor Yanzhong Huang, Center for Global Health Studies director and leading expert in global health governance, cautions on China’s lifting of Covid-19 restrictions as Lunar New Year approaches.
The Center for Faculty Development will sponsor a panel discussion involving numerous Seton Hall faculty members about the academic challenges presented by AI, text modeling, and ChatGPT.
The Department of Catholic Studies at Seton Hall was established in 2012 – the Year of Faith proclaimed by Pope Benedict XVI.
The 2022-2023 National Security Fellowship (NSF) welcomed its first guest speaker of the year, Retired Lieutenant Colonel of the U.S. Army, Andrew Swedlow.
Next in the Impact Talks series, hear from a panel as they discuss the critical importance of digital transformation in higher education, and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Inside the Core, we are happy to celebrate various lights in our Core community, all of them coming together during the last part of the fall semester of 2022.
Seton Hall University joined the prestigious IFCU in 2021, and since then has made many contributions to the organization.
Jon Radwan, Ph.D., director of Seton Hall’s Institute for Communication and Religion, shared a recap of recent scholarship and pointed toward exciting plans for Spring 2023.
On February 25, Seton Hall will host its annual Graduate Open House in Bethany Hall. Discover how a graduate degree from Seton Hall can help you achieve your professional and personal goals.
Her work has been featured in countless fashion and jewelry magazines in France, Monaco, Italy, Switzerland, and the UK. For students at Seton Hall, opportunities are endless.
CCRE co-hosted “Teach-in on Social Justice, Catholic teachings, and a lifetime of commitment” with the Archdiocese of Newark and Local 32 BJ Service Employees International Union on December 3rd.
Amy Kline, Ed.D., has been appointed to Governor Phil Murphy’s newly established Task Force on Public School Staff Shortages in New Jersey.
The School of Diplomacy is pleased to welcome Mr. Robert Case as the Director of Internships and Career Development.
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
Seton Hall University’s Center for Sports Media hosted a panel discussion on Brittney Griner’s imprisonment in Russia a day before a deal to release the WNBA star in a prisoner swap was announced.