The Stillman School of Business rose to 39th in the nation in the Poets&Quants ranking of the “Best Undergraduate Business Schools 2022."
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Pirates Pitch 2022 Startup Competition provides SHU's aspiring student entrepreneurs with a chance to compete for $16K in seed funding cash prizes and more! Learn more at our February workshops!
The Princeton Review has named the Stillman School of Business as one of the best on-campus MBA programs in the country for the 15th consecutive year.
Three Seton Hall University successful innovators discuss how women professionals can gain more confidence in a video panel discussion with student moderators.
Some two-thirds of American sports fans say that it is "acceptable" for an athlete not to compete due to mental health issues or concerns, 70 % say teams should employ mental health counselors.
The findings from the most recent Seton Hall Sports Poll were featured by the New York Daily News, Sports Business Journal, ESPN, the Miami Herald and in media outlets across America.
More than 160 alumni, entrepreneurs, students and faculty gathered at the 13th annual Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Dinner to honor alumni innovators Frank Cannone, J.D. '91 and Bryan Jakovcic, '09.
Alumna Pravina Raghavan, a longstanding member of the Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Advisory Board, assists small and medium U.S. manufacturers in new position for the U.S. government
High school innovators and change-makers compete in Pirates Pitch , winning $50,000 in scholarships and cash awards.
Baseball: 30% of fans (and 44% of avid fans) say they‘ll have 'less interest’ when games resume; fans are divided on rule changes but favor DH, shorter season and more playoff games.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that fans support the baseball team in Cleveland dropping 'Indians' as its name, are Ok with ‘Braves,’ but divided on the "Tomahawk Chop."
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.
This online certificate program offers qualitative/quantitative market research courses for professionals seeking to make good business decisions and get ahead of their competition.
A special issue of the Journal of Small Business Management titled "Women entrepreneurship: Global trends and local constraints" was sponsored by the Stillman School and Office of the Provost.
This event brought professionals and Seton Hall alumni together both in person and virtually to share information about their respective fields and job functions within their organizations.
Ten young entrepreneurs hoping to launch their start up or fledging business will compete for $50,000 in prizes and scholarships.