Sara Bjerg Moller, Ph.D., of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations, offers analysis of the geopolitical ramifications of the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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UN expert, Dr. Emelia Timpo, will join the Seton Hall School of Diplomacy in the Fall 2021 semester to serve as the Sergio Vieira de Mello Visiting Chair in the Practice of Post-conflict Diplomacy.
A summer internship with the Gore Law Firm is giving junior Keshav Agiwal an opportunity to apply what he has been learning in school, while gaining practical experience in the field of family law.
Stephanie Fillion, a veteran journalist who covers the United Nations, spoke at an event hosted by The Diplomatic Envoy, The Global Current and The Journal of Diplomacy.
School of Diplomacy graduate student, Jocelyn Anderson, writes about the experience she's gained working on open source research and analysis with a firm based in Tampa, Florida.
Kelly Tobin, a rising junior from California, will be studying at the Azerbaijan University of Languages this fall as part of the Boren Scholarship program.
The NSF team was tasked by Department of Defense Directorate for Intelligence, J-2, with a requirement regarding the role of counterterrorism operations within a Great Power competition framework.
School of Diplomacy Board Member, Former Ambassador Liberata Mulamula, was named Foreign Minister of Tanzania on March 31, 2021 and became the second woman to hold the position in the country.
Board members, selected by Diplomacy alumni every two years, serve the School and strengthen the community by offering their time, talents and experience to serve their fellow alumni.
This opportunity for research assistants is very valuable because they can see theories learned in the classroom being applied by practitioners, representing the impact in the real world.
Working alongside faculty, Diplomacy students are contributing to international affairs research, and writing for top media outlets, including the Washington Post and Foreign Policy magazine.
The Diplomacy National Security Fellowship graduate student research team, with professor of practice Mohamad Mirghahari, briefed the National Security Council.
A faculty committee has named Sara Moller, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of International Security, awardee for 2021 Teacher of the Year.
School of Diplomacy professor Ann Marie Murphy, Ph.D., brings foreign policy to life for her students, whether they are in class or participating in international forums on current issues.
Four top Diplomacy graduate students join the inaugural class of the Public Policy New Voices Fellowship, an academic/corporate collaboration aimed at inspiring diverse talent in public policy.
Ben Rhodes, Obama's Deputy National Security Advisor and host of popular "Pod Save the World" podcast advised the School of Diplomacy's National Security Fellows.
Lawson Barkley's internship with a district court judge in North Carolina gave him the legal research, writing and networking experiences that will help launch him on his path to law school.
At a recent School of Diplomacy event, Gilles Carbonnier, VP of the International Committee on the Red Cross, talked about the peaceful and impactful responses his agency employs to combat warfare.
The School of Diplomacy welcomed former World Bank President, Robert Zoellick, who shared his insights on U.S. diplomacy, as part of an event sponsored by the Center for Foreign Policy Studies.
Daniela A. Maquera-Sardon was inspired by Dr. Shawna Cooper-Gibson and nominated her to be highlighted in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Seton Hall alum and Foreign Service Officer, Russell Brooks, recently met with Diplomacy students from the Buccino Leadership Institute to impart some of his knowledge and share his own experiences.
Senior Sade Nixon writes about her dream internship at the United States Mission to the U.N., where she's gotten to work on UN mandates and geopolitical affairs.
The simulation exercise addressed problems between Sudan, South Sudan, Sudan People's Liberation Movement – North (SPLMN) and neighboring countries: Ethiopia, Egypt and Kenya.
On March 19 at 9:30 a.m., Sara Bjerg Moller, assistant professor at the School of Diplomacy, joins a distinguished panel examining how America might revitalize its strategic alliances.
A panel of young foreign policy experts, moderated by alumnus Troy Dorch, M.A. '19, met recently to examine the implications of racial injustice on American foreign policy.
With the help of their report, two detainees have been released and another case is pending decision.
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