Come and hear a week-long Conference on women and Gender in America with a fascinating keynote on the history of black women's activism and women's suffrage from Professor Martha Jones, Ph.D.
News and Events
This bicentennial year of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton's passing is a fitting time for the Seton Hall community to reflect on the university's patron saint.
Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for one of 12 summer research fellowships, awarded by the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium, for STEM-related research.
The panelists, sharing from their own areas of expertise, will discuss the interdisciplinary nature of the work of Jaki and Chesterton and applications of their thought to challenges we face today.
Matthew Petersheim Academic Exposition 2021: Share, Honor Unite is a week-long digital gathering honoring academic achievement and scholarship. Student abstract submissions are now being accepted.
Seton Hall University's Catholic Studies Program is to present a lecture by Keaton Douglas, M.A., , Grace and Healing – The Role of the Church in the Opioid Crisis
The Catholic Studies program is pleased to welcome John M. Travaline, M.D.. Dr. Travaline is teaching a popular Catholic Studies course for Spring 2021, Catholicism, Healthcare and the Human Condition
This years special two-part event will have a special emphasis on family structures in the black community. This discussion will highlight the complexities and dynamics of race, gender, and sexuality.
The Catholic Studies Program and Department of the Core proudly present the Archbishop John J. Myers Lecture Series on Law, Society and Faith. On Thursday February 17 at 5:30pm
Kirk Johnson, Ph.D., of the Department of Religion, recently published his second book, "The Anti-Racism Resource Guide Volume One," which features an array of Black-owned businesses.
The Gift of Music and Song: Writer and Visual Artist Jacqueline Bishop (NYU) to Present Her Work at Seton Hall University
On February 3, the College of Arts & Sciences hosted a virtual, celebratory welcome for its Class of 2024, featuring addresses by associate professor Vanessa May, Ph.D., and alumnus Anthony Galioto.
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari served as a Subject Matter Expert for the American Bar Association's Rule of Law Initiative at the Rodrigo Lara Bonilla Judicial Training School in Colombia.
Fiction Writer Téa Obreht will read on Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:00 p.m. ET online.
Professor Patryk Babiracki (University of Texas at Arlington) will present his project on the history of International Trade Fair in the western Polish city of Poznań during the Cold War.
On Thursday, February 11th, 2021, via TEAMS, at 6:30—8:30 p.m., the Slavic Club will be screening the popular Russian movie, Ёлки (Six Degrees of Celebration), with English subtitles.
The Catholic Studies Program is proud to induct Seton Hall University students to Delta Epsilon Sigma (Alpha Mu local-Seton Hall chapter) on Thursday, April 29 at 5 p.m. in the Chapel.
Sixth Annual Monsignor James Cafone Memorial Lecture, Piazzas, Popes, Pasta: Notes from a Rome Sojourn
Have you ever wished you could go live somewhere else, even for a few months, to get a feel for how other people live?
An acclaimed, New York-based writer, Pavel Lembersky, will deliver a virtual talk "Crossing the Small Divide" at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 25.
The event will feature students, faculty, alumni, and administrators who will discuss accessibility, affordability, and support services for minority students interested in attending law school.
Ms. Mary Nowak, a double major in Biology and Catholic Studies and a minor in Chemistry, is the recipient of Spring 2021 Catholic Studies competitive scholarship.
The Department of History will host its annual symposium on Friday, February 12, 1 pm - 3 pm (virtually on Microsoft Teams). This year's theme: "Climate Change in Historical Perspective."
On Thursday, February 4, at 10 a.m., there will be a Memorial Mass in the University Chapel for Dr. Joseph T. Maloy.
This semester's events will feature a wide range of new topics, including language and identity, imposter syndrome, and family and faith.
Lana Hannineh, a sophomore biology major and pre-med student received a $2,500 PSEG Scholarship for Advancing STEM Majors for her contributions to environmentally focused research at Seton Hall.
In February 2021, John Murzaku, a Mathematics Major and Catholic Studies minor will start a five-year Ph.D. program in Computer Science at Stony Brook University in Long Island.