The School of Diplomacy is pleased to welcome the U.S.-Pakistan Interreligious Consortium (UPIC) to Seton Hall.
Nation and World News
Dr. Thomas A. Brettell, renowned former crime lab director to speak on the opioid crisis and and crime labs.
Fourth part of Inclusion Speaker Series is open to all Seton Hall faculty, administrators, staff, and students.
The Unanue Institute is hosting an exhibit and panel for Charter Week on the Catholic symbolism of Cesar Chavez and the UFW.
The Institute for Communication and Religion hosts Swami Sarvapriyananda for a discussion on fostering religious harmony.
It has been a tradition for students at Seton Hall University to spent Spring Break in Italy - a total immersion in culture.
Applications for the 20th annual UN Intensive Summer Study Program are now being accepted.
The Graduate Program in Jewish-Christian Studies is offering a free Teacher Study Day for professional development March 13.
Student research projects centered on current events emphasize the Institute's focus on the pillar of civic engagement.
Senior social work students highlight public policy issues which adversely impact those who are poor and suggest reform.
Katrice Albert, an executive with the NCAA, gave an inspiring address about what it takes to foster inclusion in our world.
For Black History Month, the Latino Institute is hosting a panel discussion on diaspora, Black identity, and colorism.
This summer, Gabriella Romani and a group of students will spend a month in Rome experiencing Italy's timeless capital.
Discover what the Museum Education track has to offer for current students, alumni, and staff.
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari, Criminal Justice Department, published a Historical Dictionary of American Criminal Justice.
Dr. Catherine Tinker was awarded a Fulbright faculty award for 2019-2020 to teach in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Four aspiring East European writers will read excerpts from their recent published and unpublished work.
The 2019 Faculty Summer Seminar will focus on discernment and how it can enrich the specialized work of each participant.
The Charles and Joan Alberto Italian Studies Institute is co-sponsoring a two-day symposium on Jews in 19th century Italy.
Leadership Student Christopher Lucas rang the New York Stock Exchange bell in recognition of Jackie Robinson's Centennial.
EDST 3900, a new 3-credit travel abroad course, provides Seton Hall students with firsthand insights into Japanese schooling.
Diplomacy's Courtney Smith traveled to West Africa recently to see progress underway at the UN's peacekeeping mission.
The Latino Institute is hosting an information session for students interested in the Governor's Hispanic Fellowship Program.
The Latino Institute's own Graduate Assistant Spencer Hinton had his article written for the School of Diplomacy published.
Philosopher James Stacey Taylor argues that human organ markets are morally required.