Diplomacy sophomores Andrea Hebel, Jasmine De Leon, Shweta Parthasarathy, and Jackalyn Ballard won a competition on March 28, 2022, put on by the Atlantic Council’s New American Engagement Initiative.
Since 1856, Seton Hall University has been a place where leaders learn. When Bishop James Roosevelt Bayley founded Seton Hall, he envisioned a home for the mind, the heart, and the spirit. Today, we celebrate a diverse tapestry of ideas and perspectives that enrich the dialogue and academic discussion in the classroom. We are proud that our diversity stimulates innovative teaching and learning, and believe that it prepares our students to live and work in a global society. The statue of Elizabeth Ann Seton at the heart of our campus is a daily reminder of the kind of community we strive to be—one that recognizes the dignity of all, welcomes each student fully, and treasures their gifts.
Seton Hall University attracts students from every corner of the United States and from more than 70 countries around the world. Nearly 40 percent of our undergraduates identify themselves as students of color. Outside of the U.S., China, Colombia, India, Saudi Arabia and Thailand are the most represented countries at the University.
Mr. Andrew Lavali spoke to students in Professor M’Cormack-Hale’s classes about service delivery reform in Sierra Leone on April 11, 2022.
The School of Diplomacy is hosting World Leaders with speaker events featuring Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Leymah Gbowee and U.S. Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
On March 19, Ghana Imani Hylton, Student Services Director was recognized by the NASPA African American Knowledge Community as a Stellar 50 recipient.
Diplomacy community members were treated to an important discussion led by retired naval intelligence officer, Rear Admiral Norman Hayes, about the crisis in Ukraine.
Rajaa Altalli joined Seton Hall's School of Diplomacy as the Sergio Vieira de Mello Endowed Visiting Chair and as a Fellow in the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies.
The PPNV program supports the exploration of public policy careers across sectors and is designed for public policy graduate students who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC).
The School of Diplomacy has launched three new courses that will be taught at the undergraduate and graduate level addressing issues of race and gender, religion and international law.
HAPI Fest NJ
Seton Hall is honored to partner with South Orange Maplewood Cross-Cultural Works to celebrate Asian American Pacific Island (AAPI) Heritage Month in May during HAPI Fest NJ on May 21 at 10 a.m. at The Woodland in Maplewood.
About Seton Hall
Seton Hall also has an outstanding reputation for providing an accessible and affordable education for students. We continue to stay true to our mission of being a University of opportunity by distributing more than $80 million in financial aid annually. Overall, 98 percent of our undergraduates receive financial aid, and 30 percent are awarded Pell grants. In addition, many of our students are the first in their family to attend college.