Philosopher Bryan Frances will discuss whether it is ever rational to disagree with experts.
Arts and Culture News
The Unanue Institute is hosting an exhibit and panel for Charter Week on the Catholic symbolism of Cesar Chavez and the UFW.
Seton Hall and SOMA present the student and alumni program to be screened this weekend on Sunday, March 24.
The Seton Hall community is invited to celebrate the 22nd annual Japan Week. Events will take place from April 1 to April 5.
Christopher Emdin, Ph.D., will lecture as the first guest in the new Revolutionizing Education Speaker Series on 4/2/19
The student organization hosts speaking engagements with PR professionals among numerous initiatives.
Norky Diaz shares why she chose an M.A. in Public Relations.
Three student broadcasters from WSOU 89.5 FM set to cover the infamous St. Patrick's Day Parade live from New York City.
The Latino Institute held a lecture on Dominican spiritual and folk hero, Olivorio Mateo.
Journalism alumnus Todd Steven Burroughs '89 is an expert on Marvel's Black Panther and the character's evolution since 1966.
The School of Theology will present its own Jeffrey Morrow, associate professor, as he discusses his new book on April 4.
Kristen Kier was appointed to the American Red Cross’ Advanced Public Affairs Team.
International student from the Philippines shares why she chose Seton Hall University.
The Catholic Studies Program, Campus Ministry and the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture proudly present: "Catholic Life in Literature Series with Dr. Jim McGlone: The Man Born To Be King" on Wednesday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Public Relations Graduate Student assisted the volunteer coordinator for the Travelers Championship.
"The Ukrainian Catholic Church: A Repository of the National Identity" is a look at the history of a national movement.
Professor Cara Blue Adams, who teaches creative writing at Seton Hall, published "The Common State of Matter" in Granta.
Social justice activist Jennifer Weiss-Wolf to speak on "How To Grow A Movement" on March 7, at 5 p.m., Jubilee Faculty Library.
The Latino Institute's Monthly Movie Nights are open to the Seton Hall community and are intended to celebrate Latin culture.
Meghan Brady and Alexandra Henderson recently co-curated, "Seeing Red," an exhibition in the Walsh Gallery.
M.A. in Museum Professions student, Jennifer Hochuli, shares her developing career experience as a tour guide at the Intrepid.
Hannah Gaston, a M.A. in Museum Professions student, was recently awarded the first ever May Kean Raynolds Museum Studies Fellowship at Liberty Hall Museum.
For Black History Month, the Latino Institute is hosting a panel discussion on diaspora, Black identity, and colorism.
Discover what the Museum Education track has to offer for current students, alumni, and staff.
Three Museum Professions Alumnae share their experience completing their Master's Theses, highlighting a year of success.