Rose Mercadante Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Series presents a seminar by Dr. Lauren Klein-Juneau of Air Liquide
News and Events
On November 4, the Sister Rose Thering Fund will host an interactive lecture featuring third-generation Holocaust survivors.
On Oct. 29, enjoy a meal prepared by recently resettled Syrian refugees. Learn about the refugee crisis and how you can help.
Anthropology Professor Rhonda Quinn is featured in a PBS documentary: Secrets of the Dead: The Woman in the Iron Coffin.
Acclaimed fiction writer Rajesh Parameswaran will read on Thursday, October 18th at 6:00 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
MPA graduate, Ashley Manz, recently joined Mayor Fulop as Senior Public Information Assistant for Jersey City.
Mooney co-invented the three-way catalytic converter, an exhaust-cleaning device used on about 80 percent of automobiles.
The Program of Catholic Studies invites you to explore Italy in The Footsteps of the Saints. Spring Break 2019.
"Akcja Wisła: Even Tears were not Enough" pertains to the time when the Polish government resettled its Carpatho-Rusyns/Lemkos
Learn more about how earning a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work at Seton Hall had a lasting impact on one graduate.
Seminar - Dr. Jenny Zilberberg of Hackensack University Medical Center - "The Osteoblastic Tumor Niche in Multiple Myleoma"
Professor Lurie received an Award of Merit for her book Envisioning New Jersey: An Illustrated History of the Garden State.
Leading Women Entrepreneurs recognizes Latino Institute executive director as one of New Jersey's Top 25 Brand Builders.
Rabbi David Fox Sandmel delivers special memorial lecture at 65th anniversary of Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies.
John Paitakes, professor of criminal justice, has been invited to present his book 50 Years Working in Criminal Justice.
History Professor William Connell inspires new citizens on what it means to be an American.
The Catholic Studies Program proudly presents "Living in Truth, and Love, Lessons from Saint Moscati, Doctor of the Church."
Come hear to the true story behind an acclaimed writer Sana Krasikov's new novel, 'The Patriots.'
Environmental Studies students are teaming with the campus grounds crew to identify and inventory over 900 trees on campus.
This lecture brings to campus the renowned Dr. Sean Kelly to discuss "Wonder in Nicholus of Cusa and Nietzsche."
Nkili Cooper '20 was among a select number of students chosen for a summer research fellowship at the University of Michigan.
The Latino Institute is hosting an Afro-Latino lecture titled, "Displacement, Dispossession and Black Diasporic Politics."
On Oct. 11th the Slavic Club is showcasing the Russian movie, Hipstersa musical comedy-drama set in the mid-1950s Moscow.
Ecology Club and Environmental Studies students have organized weekend day hikes during the month of September for students to explore vista points in the NJ Highlands region.
The story on the 1982 meeting where the president and the pope confided their conviction that God had spared their lives.
Dr. Liam Brockey, a former consultant to Martin Scorsese's film Silence, will discuss Jesuit missionaries in East Asia.