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This week Core II students continue to read selections in the portion of the course called Science and Modernity.
Combining experimental and computational tools enables the development of new iron-catalyzed radical coupling reactions.
High-tech equipment and student-centered initiatives will enable collaboration and engagement in learning and research.
Join #SHU_Libraries for Love Data Week, February 10th-13th, 2020 at the South Orange and Nutley Campuses.
Microsoft has released an urgent patch for Windows after discovering a critical bug in the operating system.
As part of its online M.S. in Data Science program, Seton Hall has announced new courses in Text Mining and Machine Learning.
The recipient of the Woman of the Year Award for 2020 is Dr. Cecilia Marzabadi.
The Department of Information Technology has a few tips and tricks to keep your computer and your data in the best shape.
Nine Big East Esports teams traveled to OS NYC in New York last week to compete in person for the title of Rocket League Champion in the Electronic Gaming Federation (EGF).
Cecilia Marzabadi was recently named the 2020 chair of the North Jersey Section of the American Chemical Society.
Ph.D. candidate Marius Pelmus received a grant from Royal Society of Chemistry to celebrate the Periodic Table at Seton Hall.
Construction is complete on a state-of-the-art computer lab and esports facility for competition in Big East play.
Dr. Margarita Balmaceda explores the technological aspects and political implications of energy transportation across Europe.
The new guest WiFi network, SHU-Guest, is up and running for your guests. No password is required, just validate access with a text message.
Graduate students in experimental psychology investigate individual and societal problems with the Levy Fellowship program.
Seton Hall earns bragging rights among the top colleges of NJ taking first prize at the 2019 Liberty Science Center ChemExpo.
On Thursday, October 24, Dr. Karin Oberg, Astronomer of Harvard University, addressed an attentive group of students and faculty.
Students, parents, and alumni put their great minds to work at Seton Hall Weekend to release the Pirate from the escape room.
The next Philosophers Speak lecture brings to campus Dr. Tania Lombrozo, Professor of Psychology at Princeton.
October can be full of ghouls and ghosts, but what’s scarier than that? Scammers and fraudsters who want to hack into your computer, undetected, and steal your personal information or install malware.
Art and design professor, William Haney, continues to lead in the field of illustration.
There will be opportunities for you to learn about what the TLTR has been doing and to help plan the direction for this year while enjoying traditional Oktoberfest food and Root Beer.
Student Applications are open for the LinkedIn Learning Champion Program.
In this session guest speaker Kevin Smith will discuss Fair Use and the grey areas as well as providing guidance to students.