Seton Hall Nursing Alumna , Michele Acito, Displays True Leadership in the midst of COVID-19
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With a focus on resolving conflicts in many areas around the world, Diplomacy professor David Wood, Ph.D., helps students understand what motivates violence and how groups can move toward peace.
Petersheim Academic Expo features hundreds of virtual student and faculty presentations April 26-30.
Servant Leader Scholars Commended at Charter Day
Professor Cara Blue Adams has won the John Simmons Short Fiction Award in the Iowa Short Fiction Award Series for her debut collection of short stories, You Never Get It Back.
On Wednesday, April 14, the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute will welcome the CEO of Beautyblender, Rea Ann Silva, as its Distinguished Speaker Series guest for Spring 2021.
On Thursday, April 29th, Dr. Lydia Dugdale of Columbia University will give a lecture entitled: "On Lonely Deaths: COVID, Community, & the Lost Art of Dying Well."
On Saturday, March 27, 2021, family, friends, and former colleagues and students of Rev. Richard M. Nardone gathered for a Memorial Mass in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.
U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools ranks the Stillman School of Business part-time M.B.A. program 73rd in the nation, rising 12 places from last year.
At a recent School of Diplomacy event, Gilles Carbonnier, VP of the International Committee on the Red Cross, talked about the peaceful and impactful responses his agency employs to combat warfare.
On March 24, the DEI Committee provided a safe, healing, and reflection event in response to the increase in anti-Asian/Asian American racism and xenophobic harassment across the country.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll queried the public on its level of excitement for the upcoming baseball season compared to last year's Covid interrupted one and also asked about rule changes in MLB.
The Buccino Leadership Institute bids farewell to Janet Fenton, one of Seton Hall's greatest servant leaders.
The School of Diplomacy welcomed former World Bank President, Robert Zoellick, who shared his insights on U.S. diplomacy, as part of an event sponsored by the Center for Foreign Policy Studies.
Professor Maxim Matusevich, director of the Russian and East European Studies Program, has published five short stories and a novella in prominent literary publications.
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee will host an AAPI Community Healing and Reflection Event on Wednesday, March 24 at 4:30 p.m. All Seton Hall members are welcome to attend.
Spanish edition of G. K. Chesterton's articles published in the "Illustrated London News in 1908" with a prologue by Father Ian Boyd, CSB.
Seton Hall alum and Foreign Service Officer, Russell Brooks, recently met with Diplomacy students from the Buccino Leadership Institute to impart some of his knowledge and share his own experiences.
For the second year, Seton Hall will be celebrating our annual Romero-King events, with two virtual on-the-green events, on March 24 and March 31, at 4:00 p.m. A film series will also be available.
Two-time alum, James W. Love Jr., MHA, CPhT, BS '15, MHA '18 leads a team to receive and distribute the first Pfizer COVID Vaccine.
By more than 2-1, the public says student athletes should be allowed to profit from use of Name/Image/Likeness while the number opposed to general student athlete compensation dropped dramatically.
Seton Hall Sports Poll Shows One Third of Americans Say Sports on TV a Positive for Mental Health in Pandemic; Majority Say March Madness Bubble Fair to Student Athletes
Senior Sade Nixon writes about her dream internship at the United States Mission to the U.N., where she's gotten to work on UN mandates and geopolitical affairs.
The simulation exercise addressed problems between Sudan, South Sudan, Sudan People's Liberation Movement – North (SPLMN) and neighboring countries: Ethiopia, Egypt and Kenya.
A Very Significant Step Forward-The Official Catholic Response to the new Faith and Order Convergence text The Church Towards a Common Vision