Seton Hall University's Catholic Studies Program is to present a lecture by Keaton Douglas, M.A., , Grace and Healing – The Role of the Church in the Opioid Crisis
Mark your calendars! The Seton Hall Center for Entrepreneurial Studies is hosting an opportunity to meet the remarkable RSVLTS founders on March 10th at its 90-second pitch competition.
The Catholic Studies program is pleased to welcome John M. Travaline, M.D.. Dr. Travaline is teaching a popular Catholic Studies course for Spring 2021, Catholicism, Healthcare and the Human Condition
The College of Communication and the Arts’ Public Relations Programs have been named to PRNEWS’ Education A-list, which spotlights the top institutions preparing students for success.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition continues with Maria Morrow, Ph.D. a presenting on her new book A Busy Parent's Guide to a Meaningful Lent.
Our Core III courses offer an interesting and exciting variety of topics, rooted in how the Catholic Intellectual Tradition links with the disciplines.
In her soaring video portrait, College of Education and Human Services graduate student, Amber Ingram, takes viewers on a personal journey to understand and celebrate her racial identity.
Receiving more than 50 nominations, the University SHU Reads! Committee is proud to announce the 2021 text selection for incoming first-year students.
The program's second cohort of the spring semester runs March 22-May 14. Choose from the Foundation course for social media beginners or the Advanced-Skills course for more experienced professionals.
Rich Fritzky, Ph.D. adjunct faculty member of the University Core, has published a new book, Unfading Light, the Sustaining Insight and Inspiration of Abraham Lincoln (Hamilton Books, 2021).
Seton Hall showcases undergraduate student success with Merit social media tool.
Two Diplomacy students write about their experience representing Seton Hall in a course on the future of U.S. nuclear strategy organized by the John Quincy Adams Society.
Dean Peter Shoemaker of the College of Arts and Sciences has agreed to assume the role of Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education and Assessment.
Christopher Tienken, Associate Professor of K-12 Education Leadership, Management and Policy publishes his fifth book.
Along with his interest in policy analysis, Bradley Ryktarsyk has been actively pursuing research on public diplomacy, international education, and post-conflict reconstruction as a graduate student at the School of Diplomacy.
Professor Patryk Babiracki (University of Texas at Arlington) will present his project on the history of International Trade Fair in the western Polish city of Poznań during the Cold War.
Luo is one of over 300 international students who happily call Seton Hall home. Recently named a Mendoza Scholar, she is showing future college students from China what it's like to be a Pirate.
The Catholic Studies Program is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu local-Seton Hall chapter) on Thursday, April 29 at 5 p.m. in the Chapel.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Description, which ran during the fall semester, begins again next Wed., Feb. 10, at 4 p.m. with Dr. Ines Murzaku presenting on her latest book.
University Libraries is pleased to announce access to ATLAS.ti, specialized software used in qualitative data analysis.
For the second year in a row, U.S. News and World Report ranked Seton Hall's College of Nursing online graduate nursing programs top in New Jersey and third among all Catholic universities in the U.S.
Ms. Mary Nowak, a double major in Biology and Catholic Studies and a minor in Chemistry, is the recipient of Spring 2021 Catholic Studies competitive scholarship.
The College of Communication and the Arts now offers several new online information sessions, all which feature different topics that are most important to prospective graduate students.
Two current students and a recent alum of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations have each published op-eds in International Policy Digest.
Mary Pat Christie, M.B.A. '92, successful investment banker and former New Jersey First Lady, is the guest speaker for the Stillman School's Spring 2021 Integrity and Professionalism Convocation.