Museum Professions Student Presents Portion of Thesis
Arts and Culture News
Professors Abe Zakhem and Elizabeth McCrea received a highly competitive National Endowment grant to establish a minor in business humanities at Seton Hall, the first of its kind in the U.S.
Distinguished Professor Jose Prieto invited to use “the pen to fight the sword” and take stance against atrocities unfolding in Europe at Emergency World Voices Congress of Writers.
Emily Chou, a senior social work student, investigates one of the Grand Challenges for Social Work and Society that focuses on assisting all to lead long and productive lives.
Amanda DeJesus, news editor of the Setonian, was named a White House Correspondents' Association Scholar.
The participants in the Catholic Studies Spring 2022 study abroad experience, Foundations of Christian Culture – Italy, returned from their travels a month ago and have settled in.
Symposium brings the Seton Hall community together to reflect, celebrate and gather feedback on the execution of the University's strategic plan, Harvest Our Treasures, on May 11.
The Brownson Speech and Debate team recently competed in their second National Championship at the American Forensics Association National Speech Tournament in Nebraska.
Alumnus and His Family Commit $1 Million towards Renovations of the 60-Year-Old Student Building.
Research by Professor Robert Pallitto was cited by dissenting U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch along with Justice Sonia Sotomayor in a case involving torture, the CIA and a Guantanamo inmate.
The Sister Rose Thering Fund's signature fundraiser takes place on June 14 at 6 p.m. Featuring director Oren Jacoby, Evening of Roses raises scholarship funding for Jewish-Christian Studies students.
Seton Hall fosters global collaboration in a partnership with the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia focused on innovation in research and educational practice.
Assistant Professor of Journalism Matthew Pressman has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities stipend for his project, "A History of the New York Daily News and its Populist Politics."
The Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) Hosts a Community Research and Engagement In Action Panel at the Petersheim Academic Exposition on April 27 at 10 a.m.
Museum Professions students were invited to work with the Morris Museum's historic Murtogh D. Guinness Collection of mechanical musical instruments and automata to provide contemporary insights.
A collaborative article of four professors (two of which belong to Seton Hall), has been selected for the International Communication Association in Paris, France.
Slavic Club is hosting a Slavic Academic Olympiad testing audience’s knowledge of Slavic Cultures and the Russian language.
Professor James J. Kimble again set the historic record straight, producing publicly for the first time the only known portrait of J. Howard Miller, the artist who created the "We Can Do It!" poster.
A leader inside and outside the classroom, Matthew Forget is a role-model for his fellow students.