The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute onboards a new Executive Director.
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Owens' talk will address some of the most pressing questions we all face: Who are you? Why are you here? How do you live your life in true happiness and joy? The most urgent questions of our existence.
The University will guide a working group of IFCU scholars on how to infuse the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and share best practices from its own application in the Program of Catholic Studies.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Symposium provides perspectives on racism, privilege and justice.
The directors of 'It Will Be Chaos' visited Seton Hall to screen and discuss their film.
Professor John Saccoman, Ph.D., professor of mathematics and chair of the department of Mathematics and Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences, appeared on an MLB Network Radio show.
College of Arts and Sciences and Stillman School of Business faculty will develop an integrated course as part of the Harvard Business School's Microeconomics of Competitiveness Affiliate Network.
Professor Cara Blue Adams will publish You Never Get It Back, her debut collection of short stories and winner of the 2021 John Simmons Short Fiction Award, on Thursday, December 15.
Last month, the School of Diplomacy signed a 5-year Memorandum of Understanding for international exchange with the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO).
International students are curating a "Campus Dispatch" website where they record the results of person-person surveys they conduct on campus this semester.
Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021, at 6:30pm, in Fahy 236, and via TEAMS, Slavic Club, is sponsoring Dr. Irina Kazakevich's presentation, on "Russian Tea Culture". Russian treats will be served with Russian tea.
Joseph Hancock, a junior biology major, published a children's book to help teach about the importance of diversity and the value of embracing and celebrating our differences.
Learn about the College of Arts and Sciences' online M.S. in Data Science degree and the skills students can gain in machine learning, cloud computing and other competencies required in the field.
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari's award-winning documentary, Why They Kill, was recently screened for students and faculty at the U.S. Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
Nigerian native, Chimdi Chukwukere, began a training program with the prestigious Atlantic Council Digital Forensics Research Lab or DFRLab 360 as a scholar in the “Digital Sherlocks Program.”
The Office of the Provost will hosts its next Impact Talks speaker series event featuring a screening of documentary It Will Be Chaos followed by a panel discussion with the film directors.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, Mayor Sheena Collum of South Orange and Professor Ijeoma Opara of the Yale School of Public Health will visit Seton Hall to present at Social Justice Certificate program.
Public airing of 1962 Literary Event Featuring Philip Roth, Ralph Ellison and Pietro di Donato reflects on responsibilities of minority writers of fiction in 1962 and today at Newark Public Library.
International Education Week is an opportunity for individuals and institutions across the country to celebrate the benefits of international education and global exchange.
Inside the Core this week, we are excited to host several exciting events, all dealing with issues pertinent to the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
Fiction Writer Clare Sestanovich Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, December 1 at 7 p.m. ET online.
Thursday, Nov. 11th, 2021, 6:30pm, in Fahy 236, or via TEAMS, Hillel & the Slavic Club, will be showing movie, PARADISE. This is a Kristallnacht Remembrance Movie; Will be introduced by Prof. Shiloff.
The Sister Rose Thering Fund will host its Tenth Annual Dr. Marcia Robbins Wilf Lecture featuring author Mark Oppenheimer on Sunday, November 14 at 3 p.m.
National news outlets and NJ reporters ask for Matthew Hale's expertise in analyzing the balance of power in the closely contested Governor's race.
"I was completely shocked and humbled by this honor" Professor Kass noted. He explained that Spirituality and Sports is very popular among student-athletes.
Literary Critic Parul Sehgal Will Speak at Seton Hall on Tuesday, November 9 at 7 p.m. ET online.