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Upcoming Events

The Centro Pro Unione: Promoting Ecumenism
Monday, October 18

The Centro Pro Unione: Promoting the Modern Ecumenical Movement Since Vatican II,” a presentation by Dr. James F. Puglisi, S.A., Director of the Centro Pro Unione in Rome. This event will take place on Monday, October 18, at 11 a.m. in BECK ROOMS

The Gruden Effect: Examining The Larger Issues
Monday, October 18

On October 18 at 7 p.m. ET, we will tackle the important issues framed by the Gruden scandal in the latest installment of Seton Hall’s College of Communications and the Arts Sports Media Speaker Series. 

Treasures of Seton Hall University
Tuesday, October 19

The Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University presents “The Treasures of Seton Hall University.” Consisting of art, artifacts, correspondence, documents and photographs that tell the story of the university.

IT Security Fundamentals
Tuesday, October 19

Taught by Eric Lopez, M.A.E., Seton Hall’s security architect and lead security analyst, this live, online synchronous program will run Tuesdays and Thursday evenings, October 19, 21, 26, & 28, and Saturday mornings, October 23 & 30.

IT Security Fundamentals
Tuesday, October 19

Taught by Eric Lopez, M.A.E., Seton Hall’s security architect and lead security analyst, this live, online synchronous program will run Tuesdays and Thursday evenings, October 19, 21, 26, & 28, and Saturday mornings, October 23 & 30.

South Korean Amb. to the UN Cho Hyun
Wednesday, October 20

Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations, Ambassador Cho Hyun, will discuss US-ROK alliance relations, the ROK’s special relationship with the UN, and the future of the United Nations, including Security Council reform.

Book Launch: Digital Religion
Friday, October 22

Celebrate the second edition launch of Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media, co-edited by Seton Hall’s Assistant Professor of Communication, Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., on Friday, October 22 at 12 p.m. EST.

Hidden Mercy
Wednesday, October 27

Journalist and author Michael J. O’Loughlin will speak on his forthcoming book, “Hidden Mercy: AIDS, Catholics, and the Untold Stories of Compassion in the Face of Fear.”

A Conversation with Jeffrey Kessler
Wednesday, November 3

Virtually on TEAMS, meet one of the most prominent lawyers in the country regularly in high-profile sports litigation including the most famous sport-antitrust cases in history, Alston v. NCAA, where he secured a unanimously 9-0 victory in the USSC.

Concert Version of Mozart’s Don Giovanni
Monday, November 8

Join us as we present the MidAtlantic Symphony Orchestra, Soloists, and Seton Hall University Chamber Choir under the direction of Jason Tramm in this concert version of Mozart’s comic and dramatic masterpiece, Don Giovanni.

Dante Reinterpreted
Tuesday, November 9

Reimagining Dante Through Performance: Members of Seton Hall’s award-winning Brownson Speech Team present excerpts of Dante’s work.