A Seton Hall professor has returned with even more confidence in the ability of interreligious and interethnic dialogue to foster peace and justice.
Professor Gaia Bernstein did not foresee the legal implications of technology company oversight when she started writing her book Unwired: Gaining Control Over Addictive Technologies.
Sergiu Gorun, Ph.D. collaborates with Alexander Fadeev, Ph.D. and James Hanson, Ph.D. to create materials that use sun and air to produce activated oxygen, not chemicals, with DTRA.
On October 27, Seton Hall University’s Catholic Social Thought (CST) in Action Academy was featured in a colloquium at St. John’s University in New York.
The lecture on September 23rd was part of the DePaul Hidai “Eddie” Bregu Lectures in Albanian Studies series. Murzaku is one of a select group of scholars with expertise in Southeastern Europe.
Christopher Bellitto, Ph.D. gave a talk about "Humility: the Secret of a Lost Virtue," sponsored by Catholic Studies and co-sponsored by the Core. This talk is linked with Luke's Gospel, a text in Cor
“Can One Experimentally Demonstrate if the Mind Causes Anything?" Professor Casini will explore whether we should think that people’s mental states serve as causes of other states and in what sense.
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.
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.
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We invite proposals for the Conference “Civilizational Prospects: Engaging Wicked Problems”, to be held on Friday, November 17th.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 30 percent of Americans surveyed will watch or follow FIFA’s 32-nation soccer tournament – a number that grows to 46 percent among sports fans.
Core Fellow Roger Alfani, Ph.D., has received, with Nicole Eggers, Ph.D., of the University of Tennessee, an important NEH grant allowing them to research the impact of religion on Congolese refugees.
Environmental Studies students present the results of their engaged research projects at annual Petersheim Expo and Seni
Three Seton Hall faculty members have published a journal article featuring an innovative University initiative: The Catholic Social Thought (CST) in Action Academy.
The University recently hosted the 10th Annual New Jersey Big Data Alliance Symposium, the state's most prominent conference for big data and advanced computing, with the theme, 'Big Data in FinTech.'