Calvino uses data visualization and art to examine mortgage approval rates among Latinx borrowers in his interdisciplinary project that illuminates social justice and equity issues.
Senior Finance and Marketing major Quincy Slay earned the Young Rising Star Award from the Urban League of Hudson County for his positive impact on the community.
Christmas at the Hall kicked off with the annual Christmas Tree lighting amid fanfare, festivities and anticipation for the official opening of the newly transformed Bishop Dougherty University Center
The Center for Catholic Studies presents the annual Toth-Lonergan Endowed Chair Lecture "Journey into Interiority" by Fr. Brian Cronin. Join us December 8 at 6:00 pm in the main campus chapel.
In September 2022, Hunter Desimone ’21 started his new job with the Department of Education as a Digital Communications Specialist.
The Pre-Professional Advising Center hosted internet sensation Dr. Ryan Gray to discuss how to write an effective personal statement as part of their "Application Bootcamp" Series!
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition welcomes Dr. Dermot Quinn, Professor of History and Editor of The Chesterton Review, who will discuss the importance of G. K. Chesterton.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute honored three Latino role models at its fundraiser for student scholarships, Fiesta Latina Gala, on Thursday, October 27.
Assistant Professor Gregory Wiedman received part of a five-year National Institute for Health research grant to develop a pathway to treat a deadly fungal disease, Cryptococcus neoformans.
Delta Epsilon Sigma recognizes academic accomplishments, fosters scholarly activities and encourages a sense of intellectual community among its members.
Economics Professor Analyzes NJ Clean Energy Options for Garden State Initiative and USA Today Network
Danielle Zanzalari presents her analysis in "More Bang for Our Buck: Revisiting the Garden State’s Clean Energy Subsidies."
Rabbi Alan Brill, Ph.D., delivered a lecture for The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies’ annual lecture in honor of the life and legacy of its founding director, Monsignor John M. Oesterreicher.
To foster collaboration within the Institute, the Fall 2022 Student Council has created a new onboarding process for incoming freshmen students.
Second-year grad student Mia Oliveri took the Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Summer 2022 Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards, and Security in the 21st Century course (NNSS).
Seton Hall’s College Radio Station WSOU 89.5FM won three awards during the month of October for their outstanding broadcasts over the past year including a first-place finish.
Seton Hall University is pleased to welcome three new and one returning member to its Board of Regents who jointly bring decades of expertise in healthcare, management, philanthropy and other areas.
Join Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology for its Advent reflection series featuring daily, e-mail reflections from the first Sunday of Advent through Christmas Eve. Subscribe today!
The G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture cordially invites you to a screening of "A Chestertonian Conversation with Father Ian Boyd"
The Pirate Battalion celebrated Veteran's Day with our local communities, participating in ceremonies at cross-town schools, South Orange, and local elementary schools.
Pirate fans across the country will begin seeing Seton Hall's new 30-second commercial. The dynamic ad celebrates a university on the move, and students whose great minds will change the world.
Seton Hall will officially cut the ribbon on its new University Center on November 28 at 5:45 p.m., right after Mass and before the annual Christmas Tree lighting.
Five Seton Hall members serve on the Board of ACE Women's Network – NJ, a statewide, non-profit organization dedicated to advancing women leaders' professional development in higher education.
The Digital Religion Workshop, hosted by Palacký University featured speakers from around the world. Dr. Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., was invited to participate as the keynote speaker.
The Department of Information Technology has received reports of a rise in SMS phishing attempts, known as “smishing”. Smishing is a form of cyber scam that utilizes SMS, or text, messages.
The School is pleased to welcome back Ambassador László Molnár as a Tom and Ruth Sharkey Distinguished Visiting Scholar for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The Center hosted this event on November 12th for students to enjoy a three-course meal while practicing professional communication and dining.
Division of Volunteer Effort Hosts Annual Toy Drive
The Brownson Speech and Debate Team hosted the Ed Leonard Memorial Tournament, after continued success at both the American Forensic Association District Qualifier and the Harvest Festival Tournament.
While the war in Ukraine rages on, the timely introduction of the course in Religion, Race and International Relations brings debate to the classroom.
For the third consecutive year, the public relations programs within the College of Communication and the Arts have been named to PRNEWS Group’s Education A-List.
Students are invited on a tour of a fast-growing technology venture founded by Stillman entrepreneur Bryan Jakovcic '09
Jiya Sharma awarded Sallie Mae Fund Bridging the Dream Scholarship.
Seton Hall has received the New Jersey Governor’s We Value Our Veterans Academia Awardin recognition of its “conspicuous support for our armed forces."
Jiaqi Liu, a senior at Seton Hall University, has recently been named 2022 PRSA NJ Future PR Pro of the Year. As part of her application, the South Orange resident submitted a piece of a PR campaign to highlight the utilization of cannabis in creating equity.
Rabbi Alan Brill presents keynote at International Summit of Religious Leaders
The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey awarded the College of Nursing a grant to purchase the i-Human Patients platform for training nurse practitioner students.
An ongoing weekly opportunity for communal prayer of the Rosary—the Tuesday Night Rosary—for all members of the University community.
Among the many leadership qualities needed for success, Andrew Aguilera ’18 explains in the Fall 2022 issue of In the Lead magazine how problem-solving remains a critical skill.
The Center for Catholic Studies hosted the Science and Religion Institute professional development day for science and religion teachers in NJ Catholic Schools.
Veterans Day Message from President Nyre.
The MLK Leadership Program and the Law School join with the University Core to present a panel on Achieving Just Mercy; in connection with our FY SHU-Reads selection, Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson.
Associate Professor Penina Orenstein is mapping pre-and post-pandemic supply chain structures to understand what’s driving inflation and production issues.
Renowned philosopher Robert Mayhew is on a quest to discover, translate and piece together forgotten works of ancient scholars.
Tommy Pasquale, a marketing and management major within the Stillman School of Business who graduated from Seton Hall in 2020, has embarked on a walk across America to benefit homeless veterans.
Poet Nicole Terez Dutton Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
A member of the Buccino Leadership Institute’s professional leadership coaching staff, Dr. Amanda Rose works one-on-one with leadership students to help them achieve their goals.
Everyone is invited to watch the virtual Pirates Pitch for High School Students Competition. The top 10 finalists will vie for more than $50K in prizes and scholarships.
The Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) launched PolicyLab in Spring 2022 in response to the misinformation surrounding New Jersey’s most pressing social and political issues.
Slavoj Žižek, the internationally renowned academic referred to as “the Elvis of cultural theory,” returned to Seton Hall to present "Why Do We Enjoy Feeling Ashamed?" Full video available.
On Thursday, Nov. 10th, 2022, at 6:30 p.m., in Fahy 236, SHU’s Hillel & the Slavic Club will beshowcasing the movie "EUROPA EUЯOPA”. Come to relax while snacking & watching this fascinating movie.
Following recent antisemitic events, the Sister Rose Thering Fund encourages the community to ask questions, engage with faculty, and seek out resources for knowledge and education.
Public Says LIV Has Diminished PGA and Pro Golf; By More than 2 to 1 Margin, Say LIV Is Saudi ‘Sportswashing’
In a new national poll, the public said that LIV has diminished PGA and pro golf and,by more than a 2 to 1 margin, said LIV is Saudi "sportswashing."
The annual ROI Influencers: Health Care list acknowledges a wide range of hospital heroes, including four alumni of Seton Hall’s healthcare-related programs.
The University Core is happy to sponsor a talk by Dr. William Rusch of Yale Divinity School on “The Lutheran Reformation from a Lutheran Perspective” on Nov. 9, at 12:30 in the Beck Rooms, A and B.
The Period Movement at Seton Hall and SGA collaborated with Student Services and University Facilities to bring free menstrual products and dispensers campus-wide, beginning in Spring 2023.
Seton Hall University is proud to announce that Dylan “RealPrismsword” Ladd, has been selected as the Seton Hall League of Legends Coach.
Alexandria Constantin, a current student in Seton Hall’s Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program, has been awarded a Dr. Maureen Sullivan Foley Memorial Scholarship for $10,000.
On November 1, Sergio Oliva was promoted to Associate Vice President, Director of Public Safetyand Security. Mr. Oliva will oversee Public Safety & Security, Campus ID, and Parking Services.
Update from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: Vaccine Clinic on South Orange Campus November 9
Current leadership styles may be mismatched in today’s healthscape. Professor Anne M. Hewitt outlines how leaders can adopt a more responsive approach in the Fall 2022 issue of In the Lead magazine.
Thomas Healy’s Soul City furthers understanding of civil rights movement and its legacy.
The College of Education announces the newly reconstructed Law Enforcement Executive Leadership graduate program to provide rigorous and progressive instruction for law enforcement leaders.
DOVE hosts Halloween Carnival for Adults with Special Needs
A professional development day for science and religion teachers in Catholic Schools.
Professor Jane McManus of Seton Hall University’s School of Communications and the Arts has joined the Buccino Leadership Institute as the Director of the Communications and the Arts cohort.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 43 Percent of Americans say the Britney Griner Punishment ‘Unfair,’ as 62 percent say she’s a Russian "political pawn."
In honor of National Arts & Humanities Month, the life and work of the late art professor Edwin "Ed" Havas and his impact within the Seton Hall community is highlighted.
Dr. Omayra Arocho and Dr. Brian Conners of Seton Hall University’s College of Education and Human Services have joined the Buccino Leadership Institute as Co-Directors of the Education cohort.
Both students and professors in the M.A. in Museums Professions program visited the Morris Museum in Morristown, NJ to engage and facilitate discussions regarding museums and exhibitions.
Seton Hall University has expanded its presence in Newark with a satellite space and Welcome Center in the city’s new Gateway Complex - just moments away from the Law School and Prudential Center.
The College of Education and Human Studies has teamed up with the Paterson Public School District to help build a robust pipeline of teachers bound for urban school districts.
As part of the Great Minds Dare to Care campaign, funded by a $250,000 grant from the State of NJ, Seton Hall has launched a new comprehensive mental health resource for students, faculty and families.
Watch the recap video of Esports championship winning Rocket League team.
The award-winning poet and accomplished scholar will deliver a poetry reading and philosophy lecture.
Slavoj Žižek, the internationally renowned academic known as “the most dangerous philosopher in the West,” is returning to Seton Hall to present a talk entitled “Why Do We Enjoy Feeling Ashamed?”
Catholic Studies Adjunct Professor Stacy A. Trasancos, Ph.D., will deliver an invited lecture at Notre Dame University on November 15, 2022, following the College of Science’s Gold Mass.
During the 2022 Doing Business in India Trip, a student group led by Dr. Amar met local entrepreneurs, toured factories, and visited UNESCO world heritage sites.
Fiction Writer Cara Blue Adams Will Read at Seton Hall on Tuesday, November 8 at 7:00 p.m.
Alumni graduates from the Communication and Arts programs, discussed their academic progress throughout the program as well as the skills acquired through extensive, independent research.
Many healthcare leaders have experienced high workforce shortages. Author Ritu Gupta Jai details how to reverse this trend in the Fall 2022 issue of In the Lead magazine.
On Saturday, October 1, Deacon James Keating, Ph.D., described how deacons stand at the door between the Church and culture, ready to serve and welcome those who seek the love of Christ.
Inside the Core we are happy to host Dr. Donovan Sherman for our second Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition on Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 4 p.m. on TEAMS. Please join us!
The Poll found that a majority of fans say $10 million fine and one year suspension “strong enough” for Phoenix Suns owner; by 3 to 1 say Paypal should be able to walk away from sponsorship.
The Adobe Creative Project aims to cultivate, innovate, and increase digital literacy skills by using one or more of the Adobe Creative tools to enhance or replace a class project.
Seton Hall University selected as a NASPA First-Generation Grant Recipient.
The College of Education and Human Services invited Michael Vega, Ph.D., MSW, to present his dissertation to students and faculty.
Prepare yourself for Thanksgiving dinner discussions about family history by attending a presentation on Irish genealogy, sponsored by Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction (PIPE)!
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari has published his second book, Courthouse Confidential: Unveiling Lessons Learned in Leading and Managing Trial Court Organizations.
On October 14, Student Services hosted a Meet and Mingle Breakfast and Resource Fair in Bethany Hall to welcome parents and guardians to Seton Hall Weekend.
Timothy Hoffman ‘15/M.P.A. ’16, Director of the Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE), presented at the 51st Annual Conference for the Society for Experiential Education.
Associate Professor, Anthony Koutsoftas, takes his writing skills to a new level as co-editor in chief of the peer-reviewed journal, Seminars in Speech and Language.
The Department of Catholic Studies and the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture at Seton Hall University proudly announce an event in the Life in Literature Series with James McGlone, Ph.D.
On October 13, the Seton Hall Student Activities Board (SAB) hosted actor Gaten Matarazzo for their fall SHU Speaks event in Bethany Hall.
First civilian commended with Distinguished Alumnus Faculty Award for her dedication, academic excellence and service.
Renowned criminologist and Seton Hall professor Lonnie Athens, D.Crim., was named as one of the most influential criminologists in the last decade by Academic Influence.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll on Yankee slugger Aaron Judge and the single season home run record was featured by ESPN, USA Today, Yahoo, 1010 WINS News and TV News 12 throughout NJ, NY and CT.
In the Fall 2022 issue of In the Lead magazine, author Stephen Dwight provides ways leaders can strengthen the succession management process and guide it through with favorable results.
Over the past four years, in addition to creating engaging classes and steering the DiploLab, Assistant Professor Dr. Joseph Huddleston undertook two editorial positions.
The tour will include visits to Basílica de Guadalupe, Teotihuacán, Museo Barroco, and other sites . Lectures about the intersection of the provision of healthcare and Catholic Intellectual Tradition
WSOU and Pirate TV students will have the opportunity to connect with other student media from around the country at an annual student media conference event.