The Buccino Leadership Institute has released the Fall 2023 issue of In the Lead magazine, which focuses on leadership in the age of AI.
The Slavic Club presents Seton Hall Globetrotters' recent experience studying and traveling around the globe, and how to obtain a Certificate in REESP.
Professor Martin Edwards discussed the significance of the UN General Assembly and the high-level summit focusing on Sustainable Development Goals, climate change and Russia’s war with Ukraine.
On Friday, October 20, the Seton Hall Business Humanities Academy will host an all-day symposium that will explore how the humanities can be used to understand and teach business with guest speakers.
Seton Hall was measured by U.S. News against other schools that offer a full range of undergraduate majors, plus master’s and Ph.D. programs.
The Core is very happy to welcome two new Core Fellows, Erin Risch Zoutendam and Thomas Seat, and also is happy to report on some of the many accomplishments of our faculty over the summer months.
In August, tutors from various departments at Seton Hall University gathered to engage in team-building exercises and workshops to increase their knowledge of how to best assist students academically.
Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy is hosting their 25h Annual Supervision Conference entitled, Addressing Racial Trauma in Clinical Supervision on Friday. October 13, 2023.
The Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford identified two members of the Seton Hall faculty, Professors Nicholas Snow and Robert Mayhew, among the top 2 percent of cited scholars in their fields.
As part of Seton Hall University’s programming in support of the local community, the Core teamed up with the English Department to provide free verbal SAT and college prep classes to local students.
In partnership with Greater Newark Enterprises Corporation, the University hosted 40 high school students from 12 area high schools for two weeks, culminating with a showcase and pitch competition.
A hundred Black girls, students from Newark, East Orange and Hillside, NJ, traveled to Yale University as part of the Be the Changemakers program which was hosted again this year by Seton Hall.
Developed in accordance with Harvest Our Treasures, the new College reframes education and communication as engines of innovation that intersect with each other to drive human development.
Katia Passerini, Ph.D., Interim President, announced the appointment of Erik Lillquist, J.D., as Interim Provost
Seton Hall’s Office of International Programs (OIP) welcomes Katsumi Kishida, M.A., as the new Director of International Student Services.
Hank D’Alessandro, Chair, Board of Regents to the Seton Hall Community announced the appointment of Katia Passerini, Ph.D., as Interim President of Seton Hall.