Prof. Bryan Pilkington reflects on faith and the academic disciplines in the first of four retreats for faculty and administrators.
Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership
The Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership promotes openness to God's call in both the academic life and common life of Seton Hall University to support the overall mission of forming students as servant leaders for today's world. More »
Advanced Seminar on Mission
The Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership is offering an Advanced Seminar on Mission, entitled "Wisdom and the Catholic University" facilitated by Msgr. Richard Liddy and Anthony Sciglitano. Ph.D. Read more »
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News and Announcements
The Office of Mission and Ministry and the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership have organized upcoming seminars on the mission of Seton Hall University.
Over 40 Seton Hall faculty and administrators met for the 24th Faculty Summer Seminar: Ideas of a Catholic University: Then, Now, and into the Future hosted by the Center for Catholic Studies.
Please join us for the 2022 Faculty Summer Seminar, "Ideas of a Catholic University: Then, Now, and into the Future" facilitated by Dr. Kenneth Parker (Duquesne).
Held on April 5, Seton Hall's Synod Session gave faculty the ability to reflect on questions that explored the role of the university in participating more fully in the life of the Church.
The fourth retreat, given by Dr. Anthony Haynor on the theme of Development and Education: Why Intellectual Growth Requires Spiritual Transformation, on April 6, 2022
The Tenth Annual Servant Leadership Day will be held on Thursday, April 21, and is a celebration of Seton Hall University's commitment to forming students as "servant leaders in a global society."
Prof. Melinda Papaccio reflects on Development and Interiority: The Transformation of Rising and Falling Love, in the third of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
Faculty and administrators are invited to a sustained reflection on the University's mission in light of its history and Catholic character in order to better understand its vocation.