Four students in the Stillman School of Business have earned a "Final Five" spot in the CFA Institute Research Challenge.
Wilnir Louis, sport management major, sports media minor and WSOU station manager, receives a Ria’s Rising Stars Scholarship.
Bob Ley '76, whose career at ESPN spanned 40 years, stepped out of retirement to provide play-by-play coverage on WSOU 89.5.
This week Core II students continue to read selections in the portion of the course called Science and Modernity.
Barry Kreiswirth, Ph.D., of the Hackensack Meridian Center for Discovery and Innovation, talked about antibiotic resistance.
Dr. Gregory Floyd reflects on "The Idea of a University and Healing: Bias, Development, and Authenticity."
On March 25, Catholic Studies will discuss how the Ukrainian Church is poised to push ecumenical dialogue to the next level.
Seton Hall’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies challenges students to expand their understanding of mediation obstacles.
Monsignor Richard M. Liddy, founder and director of the Center for Catholic Studies, will retire from the Center this summer.
The Center for Catholic Studies and the Department of Religion hosted "Is Globalization Good: A Critical Analysis," a guest lecture by Professor Paul St. Amour, Ph.D. and J. Michael Stebbins, Ph.D.
The Center for Catholic Studies and Department of religion hosted "Newman's Idea of a University Today," a lecture by Msgr. Richard M. Liddy, Ph.D. and a response from Professor C. Michael Shea, Ph.D.
Professors James J. Kimble and Matthew Pressman co-wrote an essay on the iconic Iwo Jima flag-raising photo from World War II.
Join members of the Seton Hall community for this evening of celebration of Irish culture and Catholic faith!
Longtime civil rights activist and mentor, Reverend Forrest Pritchett, takes center court at the Prudential Center.
A recent video of a FedEx driver folding a fallen American flag outside of a Seton Hall employee's home has gone viral.
Core II classes, students study the development of modern sciences and faith by reading both Galileo and Genesis.
On Wednesday, February 26, the Walsh Library and Walsh Gallery will partner with The Feminist Art Project at Rutgers University to host a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon.
Students in the Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society aim to collect 700 books for underprivileged students.
WSOU will honor Bob Ley in a pre-game reception and on-court ceremony as the Pirates face St. John's at the Prudential Center.
Antoinette Ellis-Williams, Ph.D., will deliver the keynote address at the Black History Month Luncheon on Thursday, February 27.
Dr. Eli McCarthy, Director of the DC Peace Team, inspired students and staff to consider new pathways to resolving conflict.
The 9th Annual Faculty Talent Show is an evening of fun and entertainment for a good cause.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts again sent students, faculty, and administrators on a service trip to El Salvador.
The Living Word Project, an evening of performances and original poetry, is now available for viewing online.
Ms. Sarah Reddin discusses her role as the Director of Ministry Formation-Mission Integration for Ascension Health, one of the leading non-profit and Catholic health systems in the U.S
A recent graduate, Sean Quinn already makes use of his M.A. in public relations degree.
Students expand on their knowledge through hands-on rehabilitation at top tier clinical sites.
Professor Eliot Borenstein of NYU presents his new book Plots Against Russia (Cornell UP, 2019).
Blue Courage will return to Seton Hall to offer a two-day course entitled “Blue Courage: The Heart and Mind of the Guardian.”
Prof. Patryk Babiracki presents his project on the history of International Trade Fair in the western Polish city of Poznań.
During the annual ceremony, first-year nursing students were reminded to be caring servant leaders.
A Holocaust Remembrance event was held on Wednesday, February 12th. Secondary Education students had an opportunity to hear narratives of survival, and meet and speak with Survivor Fran Malkin.
Generous partnership with the Rockley Family Foundation makes instruments available to Seton Hall music program.
Career coach Lee E. Miller, who leads the upcoming Strategic Influencing Workshops, discusses his background in negotiation.
The Law School's Last Resort Exoneration Project wins freedom for two men wrongly convicted.
These conferences will be held in tandem with the publication of Vol. VIII of the Spanish-language version of The Chesterton Review.
The Core is happy to announce the publication of a book by one of our Core Fellows, Gregory Floyd, Ph.D. Greg's book, Catholic Reception of Continental Philosophy in North America.
Katia Passerini, Ph.D., a nationally recognized knowledge management scholar with extensive higher education experience, has been appointed Provost of Seton Hall.
Dr. Gerald Buccino visited the Institute's students and gave a talk on change management.
Combining experimental and computational tools enables the development of new iron-catalyzed radical coupling reactions.
High-tech equipment and student-centered initiatives will enable collaboration and engagement in learning and research.
Nassan's Place founder Nadine Wright-Arbukarr shares her work serving families affected by Autism in Urban Communities.
Walsh Gallery Director and alumna Jeanne Brasile has curated a new exhibition, “Gregory Coates: Sheer Audacity.”
The ABC Panel: 2020 Vision has a special emphasis on political identity in the black community
Art is a relationship of forms, textures, and colors. At the same time, art is an interpersonal relationship.
UCLA's Jerry Kang presented “Taking Implicit Bias Seriously" as part of the spring semester's Inclusion Speaker Series.
Fiction writer Téa Obreht will read on Thursday, April 30th at 4:00 p.m. in the Chancellor’s Suite.
The Poll’s findings were featured in media across the globe, including Yahoo Finance, The Dallas Morning News, ESPN and more.
The University Core will offer weekly tutoring by Core faculty to assist students in their Core I and II classes.
In the Spring 2020 Semester the Sophomore Class embarks on a new and more challenging Inter-Disciplinary Team Program!
Join #SHU_Libraries for Love Data Week, February 10th-13th, 2020 at the South Orange and Nutley Campuses.
Many students in Core II are reading two writers who lived in transitional times, Justin Martyr and Augustine of Hippo.
Fiction writer Kirstin Valdez Quade will read on Monday, March 23rd at 4 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge.
The Board of Regents recently approved funding for significant equipment upgrades to the campus television studio.
In honor of Black History Month, the legacy of a basketball trailblazer in diversity and inclusion at Seton Hall University.
Scientist from the Hackensack Meridian Health Center for Discovery and Innovation explained why some drugs work, others don't.
On January 22, the CommArts Honor Alumni Mentor Partners (CHAMP) ushered in its 10th year with a kick-off event.
The Millers are a family of nine siblings who have made their home indelibly at Seton Hall over the past two decades.
Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., has been selected for her work “Conservative Judaism in the Digital Age.”
Influential sportscaster and Seton Hall alum, Richard "Dick" Vitale, celebrates 40 years at ESPN!
Seton Hall was selected for the first annual "Big Conversations: Engaging with Your Little" panel.
Amy McGlinn and Leemor Ellman discuss imposter syndrome with students from the Buccino Leadership Institute.
Creative Writing Professor Mark Svenvold won first place for the Editor’s Prize from Spoon River Poetry Review... and More.
More than $100,000 in grants to support research targeting diabetes, depression, and epilepsy.
Named one of the “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders,” Sr. Norma will discuss "The American Identity, Crisis at the Border."
Local festival will host special two-hour session dedicated to the work of the Seton Hall community.
Attend the upcoming Strategic Influencing and Communication workshops, led by Lee Miller, career coach & best selling author.
Paid for their time, students make calls on a computer station and ask questions on current events in the world of sports.
The foundation I have developed as a Catholic Studies major has allowed me to have a more holistic worldview.
Professor Charles Grantham discussed the NFL Players Association, leadership and the upcoming collective bargaining agreement
After pitching their winning ideas, 7 Buccino Institute sophomores "hired" their interdisciplinary teams in a special draft.
Ladik shares his thoughts on the prevalence of social media in advance of his new online course, which launches in March.
This week began with a symposium honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It was also the week Core II classes read Perpetua.
Professor Yanzhong Huang discusses issues around the outbreak of the Wuhan, China coronavirus.
Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis leads a series on Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy, developed by her husband, Dr. Albert Ellis.
Seton Hall University will host a series of events to mark the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia
Law School alumnus Marcus Hicks, Esq. has been appointed Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Corrections.
Seton Hall’s PRSSA Chapter has several opportunities for M.A. Public Relations Students to learn from PR professionals.
Seton Hall will host a training workshop on nonviolent communication on Friday, 2/14 from 9am – 1pm in the Faculty Lounge.
Do you dream of launching a startup business? Enter Pirates Pitch Startup Contest and Compete for more than $20,000!
The third retreat, given by Dr. Marianne Lloyd on the theme of The Idea of a University and Discernment on February 20.
After a successful fall semester, the Speech and Debate team prepares for upcoming national tournament.
Graduate Studies within CommArts’ first joint-program cohort present Master’s Project and thesis proposals.
Jordyn Barry comments on President Trump's recent executive order and the questions it raises about the Jewish identity.
The History Department presents the Sixth Annual Symposium in Comparative History: "Revolutions: Moments and Movements in Historical Perspective."
Congressmen Pascrell and Payne visit University and announce they will be introducing national campus fire safety legislation.
Microsoft has released an urgent patch for Windows after discovering a critical bug in the operating system.
The spring semester begins with students in Core II reading First John or 1 Cor. 13 in the New Testament and Plato's Crito.
The Office for Mission and Ministry and the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership have organized seminars on the history and mission of Seton Hall University.
As part of its online M.S. in Data Science program, Seton Hall has announced new courses in Text Mining and Machine Learning.
The recipient of the Woman of the Year Award for 2020 is Dr. Cecilia Marzabadi.
Samantha Dyar details her experience working for a Public Relations firm, and what it was like learning from Broadway elite.
The Department of Information Technology has a few tips and tricks to keep your computer and your data in the best shape.
U.S. News and World Report has ranked Seton Hall 17th in the nation for Online Graduate Nursing Programs for 2020.
Ofelia Martinez was one of only eight awarded a prestigious two-year fellowship by the National Board of Medical Examiners.
The Law School's Exoneration Project won its appeal on the wrongful conviction of two NJ men found guilty of murder in 1996.
Amid changes in the profession, Seton Hall's MSAT continues to yield skilled certified athletic trainers.
Robert Kelchen is recognized as one of the top 200 education scholars and public influencers by Education Week and AEI.
As a study abroad student, Judy Koren lived with a French family and met students from around the world.
Register for this one-credit workshop taking place on Monday, January 20, 2020.