The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University announces the publication of volume 46, nos. 1 & 2.
Arts and Culture News
This series of virtual workshops for SHU undergrads runs throughout June, July and August and covers a wide range of topics.
Graduating during a pandemic, the Class of 2020 have proven themselves Seton Hall Strong and prepared to make their mark.
Felipe Pereira, Class of '20, and alumni Joseph Montesano, and Christina Stanhope are taking their BA Philosophy to new heights.
Works created by undergraduate students in the College of Communication and the Arts are now on display via digital platform.
"Student Art in the Time of COVID-19" combines artwork, visual and written, by students in several Core English classes.
The project, recording the Seton Hall community's pandemic experience, will be featured in College & Research Libraries News.
Greek and Roman coin and rare Native American basketry collections added to Google Arts and Culture
M.A. in Museum Professions students curate and launch online exhibition, “Stress in the Time of COVID."
CommArts students' presentations on communication in Abrahamic scriptures were also featured in a NCA digital poster series.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute congratulates and celebrates its graduating scholarship cohort.
Graduate students in CommArts embrace teamwork and collaboration in light of the transition to remote learning.
Work of William Haney Recognized by Blind Jury of Artists and Experts for the 2020 London International Creative Competition.
Communication Professor James J. Kimble, who specializes in the rhetoric and messaging of WWII, answers questions on Covid-19
Political Analysis Editor in Chief, Senior Marlene Da Cruz, describes publishing student run Poli Sci journal during COVID-19.
Cara Blue Adams has published an essay in The Believer entitled “Experimental Fiction Panel at the End of the World.”
Latino Institute features diverse speakers in new virtual series, "Virtual Cafe con Joes."
Seton Hall will celebrate 'Digital Earth Day' on April 22nd, by encouraging students to post photos on Instagram of their favorite moments in nature or their favorite fun facts about nature.
A digital gathering of Great Minds adapts annual celebration of scholarly accomplishments and innovation.
Mysteries abound in the archival profession — some arising from the vicissitudes of history, and some of our own making.
Blaine discovers dream career in sports communication through research and campus job.
Pr. Richard Tempest (University of Illinois) presents his new book on the famed Soviet dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
Graduate Studies within the College of Communication and the Arts introduces new webinar series to connect with students.
Undergraduate Field Production class completes community outreach project profiling the service of Reverend Terry Richardson.
The Department of Student Life has compiled a list of ideas for how you can stay entertained, connected with family and friends, and learn something new!