Petersheim Academic Expo features hundreds of virtual student and faculty presentations April 26-30.
At the keyboard, Sloane's favorite game is World of Warcraft, but away from the keyboard, she is pursuing a B.A in Classical Studies and Philosophy.
Law Professor Heather Payne is an emerging leader in the areas of environmental law, energy law, evolving regulatory policy, and the implications for property, both real and intellectual.
Servant Leader Scholars Commended at Charter Day
Professor Cara Blue Adams has won the John Simmons Short Fiction Award in the Iowa Short Fiction Award Series for her debut collection of short stories, You Never Get It Back.
Center for Community Research & Engagement participated in the 2021 Engage NJ Conference: Keeping Volunteers Connected - COVID-19 edition. Student leaders highlighted their work during a pandemic.
Update from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: New Vaccine Eligibility and Travel Guidelines, State Resources
Seton Hall celebrates faculty teaching and research accomplishments.
On Wednesday, April 14, the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute will welcome the CEO of Beautyblender, Rea Ann Silva, as its Distinguished Speaker Series guest for Spring 2021.
Amarilis Rodriguez, ('22), is the recent recipient of the Seton Hall and San Damiano Servant Leadership Awards. Since 2017, her organization, Baskets for the Needy, has assisted hundreds of families.
The Buccino Leadership Institute's Education and Human Services Cohort hosted a successful school supply drive in partnership with the Court Appointed Special Advocates of Union County.
Buccino students benefit from Institute's signature leadership experience.
On Thursday, April 29th, Dr. Lydia Dugdale of Columbia University will give a lecture entitled: "On Lonely Deaths: COVID, Community, & the Lost Art of Dying Well."
Thursday, April 8th, 2021, 6:30 p.m., via TEAMS, the Slavic Club is hosting, "Slavic Club Got Talent", showcasing piano playing, singing, dancing, reciting poetry, making pierogi, cake decorating.
Dr. Chad Thralls, Core Fellow, has published a book, Deep Calls to Deep: Mysticism, Scripture, and Contemplation (Orbis Books, 2020).
The Sister Rose Thering Fund's signature fundraiser takes place online on June 1 at 7 p.m. Featuring Rabbi Abraham Skorka, the event raises scholarship funding for Jewish-Christian Studies students.
On Saturday, March 27, 2021, family, friends, and former colleagues and students of Rev. Richard M. Nardone gathered for a Memorial Mass in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.
U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Schools ranks the Stillman School of Business part-time M.B.A. program 73rd in the nation, rising 12 places from last year.
Seton Hall is preparing for the biggest day of giving during the year! All Pirates are encouraged to show Pirate pride, rally for Seton Hall students, and help make this Giving Day one to remember!
Based on student nominations, seven were recognized by President Nyre at this year’s St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day for their dedication to ensuring student success.
Findings on student-athlete compensation, baseball's rule changes and the mental health benefits of sports on TV during the pandemic, were featured in The Wall Street Journal, TIME, LA Times and more.
All are invited to the 11th annual Pirates Pitch collegiate startup contest. Top student entrepreneurs will compete for over $16K in startup seed funding at this virtual event.
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.
On March 24, the DEI Committee provided a safe, healing, and reflection event in response to the increase in anti-Asian/Asian American racism and xenophobic harassment across the country.
Join SAA as they showcase their pirate pride and recognize those that continue to support the university.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll queried the public on its level of excitement for the upcoming baseball season compared to last year's Covid interrupted one and also asked about rule changes in MLB.
The Buccino Leadership Institute bids farewell to Janet Fenton, one of Seton Hall's greatest servant leaders.
One Story editor Patrick Ryan will speak on Tuesday, April 13th at 7 p.m. ET online.
The TLT Center is hosting additional faculty development and tech byte workshops this semester.
Thursday, April 8th the Bernard J. Lonergan Institute presents "Rising to the Challenge of Figuring Out the World – and Ourselves"
Message from the Health Intervention and Communication Team
SHU research team led by Professor Michael La Fountaine receives national recognition from the American Academy of Neurology
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.
In alignment with its new Harvest Our Treasures strategic plan, which "establishes a bold vision that honors our past and defines our future as we stand ready to advance into a new era of achievement,
Susan Nolan, Professor in the Department of Psychology, is the recipient of The International Council of Psychologists' (ICP) Fukuhara Advanced International Research and Service Award.
Daniela A. Maquera-Sardon was inspired by Dr. Shawna Cooper-Gibson and nominated her to be highlighted in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Professor Maxim Matusevich, director of the Russian and East European Studies Program, has published five short stories and a novella in prominent literary publications.
The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee will host an AAPI Community Healing and Reflection Event on Wednesday, March 24 at 4:30 p.m. All Seton Hall members are welcome to attend.
Urban Education Through the Context of Hip-Hop, otherwise known as "Hip-Hop Ed," has become a must-take class for students at Seton Hall.
On Wednesday March 3, 2021, Catholic Studies students and alumni from a variety of disciplines participated in an online conference with the middle and high school students of Holy Family Academy
Spanish edition of G. K. Chesterton's articles published in the "Illustrated London News in 1908" with a prologue by Father Ian Boyd, CSB.
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.
For the second year, Seton Hall will be celebrating our annual Romero-King events, with two virtual on-the-green events, on March 24 and March 31, at 4:00 p.m. A film series will also be available.
A conversation with Judge Victoria Pratt on the importance of fostering a culture of mutual respect in the communities we engage within the criminal justice system and beyond.
During St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Charter Day, the University will celebrate the recipients of the Bishop Bernard J. McQuaid Medal for Distinguished Service.
Two-time alum, James W. Love Jr., MHA, CPhT, BS '15, MHA '18 leads a team to receive and distribute the first Pfizer COVID Vaccine.
Microsoft's newest updates improve various functions of Teams while introducing new features to improve the hybrid teaching, learning, and working experience.
By more than 2-1, the public says student athletes should be allowed to profit from use of Name/Image/Likeness while the number opposed to general student athlete compensation dropped dramatically.
Seton Hall Sports Poll Shows One Third of Americans Say Sports on TV a Positive for Mental Health in Pandemic; Majority Say March Madness Bubble Fair to Student Athletes
Message from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: Better Days Ahead, Vaccination Information and Keeping Healthy
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.
Sponsored by the School of Theology and the Lay Centre of Rome, "In the School of St. Joseph: Spiritual Reflections in Disquieting Times" will offer reflections and insights into sacred art.
The simulation exercise addressed problems between Sudan, South Sudan, Sudan People's Liberation Movement – North (SPLMN) and neighboring countries: Ethiopia, Egypt and Kenya.
Students in the ESL@SetonHall program are meeting Friday mornings this semester for the MultiLingual MultiMedia Club (MLMMC), an online space to exercise multilingualism and multimedia literacy.
Join the former president of Starbucks International, Howard Behar, in a conversation about how he helped to create a culture that put people over profits.
A Very Significant Step Forward-The Official Catholic Response to the new Faith and Order Convergence text The Church Towards a Common Vision
DOVE's final drive of the 2020-2021 academic year aims to provide non-perishable food, feminine products, diapers, and hygiene items to those who continue to be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Expertise on U.S.-China Relations around criminal justice and human rights policy highlighted in The Guardian, Newsweek, Globe and Mail and Inside Higher Ed.
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.
The panel will focus on women's experiences in the workplace and messages of empowerment from distinguished women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields.
How can faith be lived out in the workplace? What does a faithful person look like in the working world? You are invited to meet Clare Byrne, a Seton Hall University graduate living a fully faithful
Update from the HICT: Vaccination Information, Increased Capacity Limits and Keeping Healthy
Last month, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee and a panel of distinguished faculty members joined forces to present a stimulating, literature-based dialogue on the Civil Rights Movement.
Law Professor Jonathan Hafetz and Professor of French and Spanish Matthew Escobar were named Fulbright Scholars.
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.
A Team of K-12 Education Leadership Professors Conduct 3-hour Lecture to Italian Ph.D. Students
Seton Hall has teamed with South Orange and Essex County on the Community Care & Justice program, which seeks to reimagine traditional models of law enforcement.
The eighth Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition hosts Dr. Greg Floyd, speaking about his latest book, The Catholic Reception of Continental Philosophy in North America.
The ESL@SetonHall program (ESLP) and the EDST department are participating in a unique collaboration this semester.
James J. Kimble, a communication professor within the College of Communication and the Arts, was featured in the New York Times in an article entitled “The Pandemic Needs Its Smokey Bear.”
Dr. Raviele will give examples from her own practice of medicine of how living out the Catholic faith in the vocation of medicine brings healing to patients and joy in serving the sick.
Gregory Glazov, D.Phil. (Oxon.), will discuss his grant award-winning research in a virtual presentation on March 25 at 7 p.m., sponsored by the Sister Rose Thering Fund. All are welcome to attend.
The radio station's March offerings include honoring impactful women metal artists and diverse on-air giveaways.
Kathryn Lancioni, instructor of Public Relations, brings her 25 years of experience in the industry to her newest book, Public Relations: The Changing Global Landscape, published by Kendall Hunt.
Campus Ministry partnered with FOCUS to deliver the SEEK conference locally, forming followers of Jesus in an intimate way despite COVID-19.
With the help of their report, two detainees have been released and another case is pending decision.
Acclaimed poet Jennifer Grotz will speak on Tuesday, March 23rd at 7:00 p.m. ET online.
LeRoy Rooker, the nation’s leading expert on FERPA will lead a presentation on how FERPA impacts remote/hyflex/online course modalities and student privacy.
Learn about the latest recruitment weekend for our Panhellenic sororities.
The Buccino Leadership Institute established the Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, aiming to create an inclusive atmosphere within the Institute and teach the importance of diversity and inclusion.
Faculty Associate William Pace is awarded 2021 Teacher of the Year for the College of Communication and the Arts.
Read all about Jason Derulo's performance for the Seton Hall community!
Entry is FREE for all Seton Hall students and anyone 13+ with an Xbox One who thinks they've got what it takes to be the best NBA2K player in Pirates Nation.
Associate Professor Jon Radwan, Ph.D. is awarded 2021 Researcher of the Year for the College of Communication and the Arts.
The Ninth Annual Servant Leadership Day will be held on Thursday, April 15, and is a celebration of Seton Hall University's commitment to forming students as "servant leaders in a global society."
The Stillman School and its Business Leadership Center launch In the Lead, a preeminent magazine focused exclusively on the topic of leadership.
Read about our first virtual SHU Speaks event with Yara Shahidi and stay involved with the Student Activities Board to find out how you can attend future SAB events!
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center (TLTC) is pleased to announce a call for applications for a TLTR Faculty Chair for a two-year term lasting from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2023.
Core II offers the writing of several very powerful and influential women writers, including Perpetua, Julian of Norwich, Phyllis Wheatley and Harriet Jacobs.
A team of four public relations students is running a month-long campaign to lead a university-wide conversation on reversing the corrosion of civility in public discourse.
Steve Adubato, Emmy Award-winning anchor and president of Stand and Deliver, returns to teach Master Class in leadership and communication to select students in the Buccino Leadership Institute.
Students seeking undergraduate admission to Seton Hall will not be required to submit standardized test scores as part of the Fall 2022 through Fall 2026 application cycles.
A message from Dr. Joseph E. Nyre: we are planning a fall semester that is primarily in person
Ms. Tatiana Araz, TESOL graduate student, is making a difference in the field of ESL (English as a Second Language) in New Jersey.
Come and hear a week-long Conference on women and Gender in America with a fascinating keynote on the history of black women's activism and women's suffrage from Professor Martha Jones, Ph.D.
Continuing to perform well in asynchronous and virtual tournaments, Seton Hall's Forensics Brownson Speech and Debate Team earned over 70 awards in its last three competitions.
In April, CEPS will launch the next cohort of its online iTHIRST Spiritual Companionship Certification Training Program, empowering students to be a beacon of hope to those suffering from addiction.
Seton Hall's online graduate program in school counseling prepares people from different professional backgrounds to meet the growing need to help students achieve their academic and personal best.
The Spring 2021 Career Fair has been moved to a virtual platform. The event will take place over three days: March 23rd, 24th, and 25th. Don't miss this opportunity to practice your networking skills!
Kadeem Leslie has published The Full Student to help students thrive in college and high school.