The College of Communication and the Arts now offers several new online information sessions, all which feature different topics that are most important to prospective graduate students.
As we approach the start of the upcoming semester, we wanted to remind you of some key items to ensure a seamless classroom experience.
Create and edit PDF docs and fillable forms, convert docs to PDF, tag PDFs for accessibility and more with Foxit PhantomPDF, available on all Seton Hall laptops on January 25.
Semester Starting, COVID-19 Updates and Academics from the Health Intervention and Communication Team.
A research team in the Department of Management plan to conduct an annual survey to explore "Insight and Foresight About the Future of Leadership from the Leaders of the Future."
Two current students and a recent alum of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations have each published op-eds in International Policy Digest.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology presents "Praying the Stations of the Cross in the Year of St. Joseph," a video reflection series running the first two weeks of Lent. Subscribe today
Mary Pat Christie, M.B.A. '92, successful investment banker and former New Jersey First Lady, is the guest speaker for the Stillman School's Spring 2021 Integrity and Professionalism Convocation.
On Thursday February 4 at 10am there will be a Memorial Mass in the University Chapel for Dr. Joseph T. Maloy.
This semester's events will feature a wide range of new topics, including language and identity, imposter syndrome, and family and faith.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology has launched a new webpage dedicated to sharing digital resources for church ministry.
Lana Hannineh, a sophomore biology major and pre-med student received a $2,500 PSEG Scholarship for Advancing STEM Majors for her contributions to environmentally focused research at Seton Hall.
Russell Cook and Catherine Wasson have both been awarded the The Rodriguez Family Nonprofit Intern Scholarship, thanks to the generosity of Seton Hall Parents, Jesus and Patricia Rodriguez.
In the wake of significant policy changes from the outgoing Trump administration, Professor Margaret Lewis was featured in media around the world for her expertise on U.S.-China and Taiwan relations.
In February 2021, John Murzaku, a Mathematics Major and Catholic Studies minor will start a five-year Ph.D. program in Computer Science at Stony Brook University in Long Island.
Spring 2021 Updates from the Health Intervention and Communication Team
Diplomacy Professor R. Joseph Huddleston worked with undergraduate diplomacy students Harshana Ghoorhoo and Daniela Maquera Sardon to author an article on Western Sahara featured in Foreign Policy.
Nominations are open for this year's seventeenth Servant Leader Awards.
CEPS' new online iTHIRST Spiritual Companionship Training Program empowers students to answer theChurch’s call to be a beacon of hope to those suffering from addiction. It runs Feb. 1-March 24.
Diplomacy student leaders had the unique opportunity to connect with young adults from around the globe through Soliya’s Connect Express Program, and discuss pressing sociopolitical issues.
WSOU highlights its past awards through a series of digital campaigns.
College of Nursing has released its spring infosession schedule for students interested in pursuing graduate and doctorate degrees.
The program, led by Associate Professor Dan Ladik, is designed for both social media beginners and more experienced social media marketers. It runs online January 25-March 19 and March 22-May 14.
The annual workshop will be offered via Microsoft Teams on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day, Monday, January 18, 8:45 a.m.-4 p.m. A virtual luminary event will follow. Please register in advance.
Robert Kelchen honored for his research contributions and his influential role in the nation's education policy discourse by Education Week and American Enterprise Institute.
The Catholic Studies Program at Seton Hall University is pleased to invite students to participate in its annual Catholic High School Essay Contest.
Please pray for our nation, the men and women who are working to restore order, and for the elected officials and their staffs.
Healthcare and medicine isn't just memorizing body parts and procedures; the practice can regularly bring to bear competing interests, values and priorities in literal life and death struggles.
CommArts dual-degree student reflects on graduate student experience and the close of her undergraduate career.
Law Professor Richard Winchester offers expert insights into various aspects of the latest stimulus package, unemployment benefits and other aid for individuals and families in distress due to Covid.
Dr. Andrea Bartoli and Elizabeth Halpin, reflect on Transformation and Leadership: Let the Spirit Speak through You in the third of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
The Department of Information Technology has a few tips and tricks to keep your computer and your data in the best shape.
The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center has created a catalog of workshops to kick off the new year and help faculty to prepare for their Spring courses.
Assistant Professor, Bryan Meadows, Ph.D., gave a series of invited lectures recently to faculty and students at the Ibn Rushd College of Education at the University of Baghdad, Iraq.
Seton Hall was granted $250,000 by the State of New Jersey to fund its Great Minds Dare to Care campaign-- the next step in its ongoing efforts to offer care and change attitudes about mental health.
Getting Tested Before Arriving, Travel Quarantine, and Move In Dates
The 18th Annual Northern New Jersey Working Together Conference will be held virtually on Wednesday, January 13 and Thursday, January 14, 2021.
Isabella DiCosmo plans to pursue a legal career and a path in public service to help others.
Moira Kendra, a Clinical Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing, was one of the first University faculty members to receive the eagerly awaited COVID-19 vaccine.
Seton Hall University's Brownson Speech and Debate team earned over 150 awards and qualified for 31 events for the national bid to the American Forensics Tournament in April 2021.
Update from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: Information for Spring 2021 Semester
Starting this spring, students attending the newly opened Newark School of Global Studies will have an opportunity to take college level courses in international relations.
Msgr. Fahy delivered an Inaugural Address that is still relevant 50 years later.
The Seton Hall University Chorus and Chamber Choir will present Lessons and Carols on Friday, Dec. 18 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Take advantage of the holiday time to build your professional network.
Seton Hall's community near and far gathered together for a Virtual Christmas special on December 4th, 2020! Celebrating our campus tradition together, at home!
On Saturday, February 20 at noon, attend Graduate Open House and discover how your interests, goals and objectives can be supported through one of our 140 graduate and certificate programs.
No. 4 seed Seton Hall won the BIG EAST-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Rocket League tournament, defeating No. 7 seed DePaul.
Your Christmas won't be as merry if you're targeted by a phishing attack. Protect your holiday cheer by watching out for these scams.
The Princeton Review has once again included the Stillman School's on-campus MBA in its list of "Best Business Schools." This is the 14th year that the School has been named to the list.
2020 was a year of change for CEHS alumna Dana Genatt. She earned her master's in education leadership, had a baby, and became the director of curriculum for her Bergen County elementary school.
Students are facing an extended staycation, with lots of free time on their hands. Many faculty and staff will also have a slower pace of work between semesters. So what’s a Pirate to do with so much downtime until the new semester begins?
Stephen Hoffman, Secretary-General for HallMUN 2020 welcomed more than 130 student delegates to Seton Hall's inaugural college-level conference, hosted by the University's Model UN team.
The new Career Decisions course, taught by Professor and Career Center advisor Bob Franco, prepares students for post-baccalaureate careers.
Student Affairs VP Shawna Cooper-Gibson and AVP Monica Burnette published "Transforming Campus Partnerships to Foster Inclusion and Belonging" in NASPA's Synergy.
Seton Hall Alum and the Voice of the MTA Lends Expertise on Podcasting and Offers Advice to Students.
As a guest at a recent Diplomacy leadership cohort event, Rehana Nathoo, M.A. '11, shared her insights on leadership and launching a career in international relations.
After 2 years and 2500+ downloads from 6 platforms, the Leadership Podcast is not slowing down.
The new Ultra Experience is completely redesigned with simplified, intuitive workflows; a modern look and feel; and an improved mobile experience.
This year's Giving Tuesday efforts were a tremendous success, jumpstarting the Christmas season, and helping the DOVE Philanthropy Project to raise more than $45K in support of those in need!
WSOU's New Social Media Series to Highlight Successful Alumni
BIG EAST esports teams will play against opponents from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) in a Rocket League tournament for bragging rights.
Taught by Bryan Price, executive director of the Buccino Leadership Institute, the tuition-free course LEAD 5000 Leading Yourself, enrolled more than 300 people from every corner of the University.
The Chesterton Review announces the publication of its Charles Dickens Special Issue--volume 46, nos. 3 and 4, Fall Winter 2020.
Findings from the Seton Hall Sports Poll were featured by media outlets across the country and the globe, including ABC News, ESPN, MSN, Yahoo Finance, USA Today and more.
Women in Business Organization is helping women in their career paths.
The College of Nursing is offering both Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid courses that teach how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
The School of Diplomacy held an open discussion on the Middle East Peace Plan with Dr. Riyad Mansour, Ambassador and Permanent Observer of the State of Palestine to the UN.
With "impact" as the criteria, Law Professor Paula Franzese was named a Top Woman in Law by the New Jersey Law Journal.
The Seton Hall community gathered virtually to celebrate the career of Michael Reuter and thank him for his years of hard work and the role he played in developing the Buccino Leadership Institute.
Anthony Sciglitano has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the Sister Rose Thering Fund.
Dr. Justin Anderson will be speaking Wed. in the Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, speaking about his book Virtue and Grace in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas (Cambridge, 2020).
Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, undergraduate and graduate students of various majors can take part in the School of Diplomacy’s Semester in Washington, D.C., program.
Seton Hall's Giving Tuesday campaign looks a little different this year as it highlights the amazing work of the DOVE Philanthropy Project. Support DOVE and give back to those in utmost need!
Competing for $50,000 in prizes, student entrepreneurs pitched their start-up concepts or fledgling businesses at the sixth annual High School Pirates Pitch hosted by the Stillman School of Business.
Two students from the Seton Hall Brownson Speech and Debate Team received "Emerging Advocate" awards promoting advocacy through their messages at the B.R.A.I.N Advocacy Conference and Tournament.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 61% agree with athletes' right to speak out for social justice; but more than a third say it hinders their desire to watch games, ruins sports as an "escape."
Visiting lecturer, Robbie Shalliam, Ph.D., of Johns Hopkins University, offered Diplomacy students a chilling look into the future where COVID-19 becomes an excuse for "racial risk management."
Maria Macuare, vice president, data and analytics, will share factors determining success in a data science profession and how to deliver solutions at scale for a Fortune 500 company.
Social media has had an impact on all aspects of our lives, but perhaps nowhere more profoundly than in the political sphere.
Recent graduates of Seton Hall University's Upward Bound program began their college careers this fall semester prepared to face the challenges post-secondary education can bring.
Seton Hall joins Girls Who Code mission of closing the gender gap in technology.
Community members gathered virtually on November 7 for the Office of Student Engagement’s Annual Student Leadership Conference on inclusive leadership called "Inspiration to Impact"
The latest Seton Hall Sports Poll has found that 67 percent of Americans said they would not attend an indoor sporting event without the availability of a vaccine for COVID-19.
Despite the difficulties brought on by the pandemic, the Seton Hall University esports team continues its winning ways.
Dr. Bryan Meadows (EDST Assistant Professor) recently contributed two book chapters to separate edited volumes on language education.
Navy intelligence officer and School of Diplomacy alumnus, Alex Saborsky, speaks to Diplomacy leaders as part of their Fall leadership lecture series.
The Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship is a partnership between The School of Diplomacy and the US Peace Corps that pairs public service with graduate studies for Returned Peace Corps Volunteers.
Diplomacy Professor Yanzhong Huang Publishes New Book Toxic Politics with Cambridge University Press
Diplomacy Professor Yanzhong Huang presents new evidence of China’s deepening health crisis and challenges the widespread view that China is winning the war on pollution.
Young entrepreneurs virtually compete for $50,000 in scholarships, prizes.
Seton Hall, which has been lauded the Best College in America for "Holiday Events," for several years, is finding new ways to celebrate the Christmas this year.
"A Night of Italian Opera Arias for Hope and Resilience" will take place virtually on Nov. 19. Sponsored by the College of Communication and the Arts and the Alberto Italian Studies Institute.
College of Communication and the Arts’ Long-Running Concert Series, Jazz 'n the Hall, Broadcasts Two Special Programs on WSOU 89.5FM on Jazz Education During the Pandemic
What is the nature of Medicine?” Is it an art? A science? A combination of both? What should be the defining features of the patient-physician relationship?
In partnership with the Village of South Orange and Essex County, Seton Hall University will serve as a COVID-19 testing site.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition continues on Wed., Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. with Dr. Patrick Manning discussing his new book, Converting the Imagination.
Thursday, Nov.19th, 2020, at 6:30pm, via Teams, Slavic Club is sponsoring a lecture by Dr. Marta Deyrup, "The Mysterious Origins of the Slavic Alphabet".
The accomplished author will discuss his most recent work, "Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage" via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday evening, November 17.
Housed in the College of Communication and the Arts, the Arts Council is proud to continue the long-standing tradition of bringing world-class cultural programming to the University community.
Announcement regarding pivot to All-Remote Modality for remainder of semester.