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Harshana Ghoorhoo
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Diplomacy Professor and Students in Foreign Policy

Diplomacy Professor R. Joseph Huddleston worked with undergraduate diplomacy students Harshana Ghoorhoo and Daniela Maquera Sardon to author an article on Western Sahara featured in Foreign Policy.

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Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Becoming Better Global Leaders Amidst a Pandemic

Diplomacy student leaders had the unique opportunity to connect with young adults from around the globe through Soliya’s Connect Express Program, and discuss pressing sociopolitical issues.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressing a large crowd.
Friday, January 8, 2021
Martin Luther King Day Symposium to be Held Virtually

The annual workshop will be offered via Microsoft Teams on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day, Monday, January 18, 8:45 a.m.-4 p.m. A virtual luminary event will follow. Please register in advance.

Richard Winchester in suit
Tuesday, January 5, 2021
Expert Insights on Stimulus Payments and Benefits

Law Professor Richard Winchester offers expert insights into various aspects of the latest stimulus package, unemployment benefits and other aid for individuals and families in distress due to Covid.

Stephen Hoffman
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
Students Convene Virtually for Model UN Conference

Stephen Hoffman, Secretary-General for HallMUN 2020 welcomed more than 130 student delegates to Seton Hall's inaugural college-level conference, hosted by the University's Model UN team.

Rehana headshot
Monday, December 7, 2020
Diplomacy Alumna and CEO Talks about Leadership

As a guest at a recent Diplomacy leadership cohort event, Rehana Nathoo, M.A. '11, shared her insights on leadership and launching a career in international relations.

Robbie Shilliam
Monday, November 23, 2020
Examining Decolonizing Theory Through a Dystopian Lens

Visiting lecturer, Robbie Shalliam, Ph.D., of Johns Hopkins University, offered Diplomacy students a chilling look into the future where COVID-19 becomes an excuse for "racial risk management."

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Wednesday, November 18, 2020
67% Say No To Indoor Sports Event Without Vaccine

The latest Seton Hall Sports Poll has found that 67 percent of Americans said they would not attend an indoor sporting event without the availability of a vaccine for COVID-19.

Kyle Jensen
Monday, November 16, 2020
From Peace Corps to Graduate Student

The Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship is a partnership between The School of Diplomacy and the US Peace Corps that pairs public service with graduate studies for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.

Rose Gottenmoeller 320
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Former NATO Deputy Secretary General is Guest Lecturer

Arms control, nuclear weapons in U.S. foreign policy, and the impact of the gender gap on national security were among the topics diplomat Rose Gottemoeller and Diplomacy students discussed recently.

peace and conflict 5th annual
Monday, November 9, 2020
All Conflict is Local Conference Returns

The School of Diplomacy hosted it's 5th annual “All Conflict is Local" conference, bringing together a virtual roundtable of students, faculty and alumni to share their perspectives and experiences.

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Thursday, November 5, 2020
Handling Election Stress and Difficult Conversations

Student Services partners with the Center for Faculty Development to host a three-part series of virtual election events about classroom culture, election stress, and engaging in productive dialogue.

Young people, wearing masks, and voting in the election.
Friday, October 30, 2020
Looking for Election Day Plans- We Got You Covered!

What are you doing on Tuesday, November 3rd? Your answer should be to: VOTE! (Unless you already submitted your absentee or mail-in ballot), but we also have some fun activities to do as well!

Santiago Losada
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Global Citizen Finds His Way to Moldova

In 2019, Diplomacy's Santiago Losada landed a coveted Fulbright Scholarship that led him to teach and conduct research in Moldova, the country he first discovered as a member of the Slavic Club.


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