Robert S. Basso '67 is Honored as Phi Kappa Theta's 2018 Man of Achievement.
Italian Studies student scholars, benefactors and distinguished alumnus Frank Cannata '55 will be honored at Sept. 11 event.
A Catholic Studies degree prepared Kristine well for her teaching vocation.
Abe Kasbo '94/M.P.A. '99, founder and CEO of Verasoni Worldwide, to be inducted into University's Entrepreneur Hall of Fame.
Seton Hall Insurance Professionals (SHIP) facilitates connections for students and alumni.
Nya Huguette Ebama '01 never gave up on her dreams of being a doctor despite facing significant challenges.
More than 1,800 new Pirates were welcomed to the Seton Hall family with a personal handwritten postcard.
The Dubovy siblings are the first legacy triplets at the University.
Video celebrating the success of Seton Hall graduates is recognized as a Bronze winner by the 39th Annual Telly Awards.
Before he became a member of the Seton Hall community, Suarez dropped out of college and joined the military.
Will Durant was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and a Pulitzer; he was a faculty member and a student at Seton Hall.
The University has appointed two new members to its Board of Regents: Karl P. Adler, M.D., and Robert C. Garrett.
The three Fulbright Scholars in Taiwan are Law Professor Margaret Lewis, Andrew Paulsen, M.A. ’14 and Dominique Fortes ’17.
Sheila Wolfinger has been appointed Associate Vice President for Development at Seton Hall University.
This new professional development platform that will allow students to virtually network with over 100,000 alumni worldwide.
The Romano family had the pleasure of cheering for two Pirates as they walked across the stage to receive their diploma.
Matthew Dellaguzzo was awarded the program’s inaugural Experiential Learning Award for his work at the Hunterdon County Historical Society, highlighting a year of internship achievements for the program.
Undergraduate alumni participation climbs 27 percent in one year.
Sarah Kraft was offered a full-time position with The Metropolitan Museum of Art after serving as a registrar intern.
Richard Liebler '67, was recently awarded the American Legion Superior Lifetime Achievement Award for his work.
Emily Brostek and Claudia Preza collaborated for “tech(in)dependent” as part of the University’s South Orange/Seton Hall Connected initiative.
Hannah Gaston collaborated with four College alumni on a film project as part of her internship at Liberty Hall Museum.
Ashley Wilson is one of three University students selected for the prestigious Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory Scholars Program.
Katia Diaz '13 will travel to her home country, the Dominican Republic, to teach English and mentor students in January 2019.
Many Are One is an event that honors successful alumni for their contributions to their communities and the University.