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The Chesterton Review announces the publication of its Charles Dickens Special Issue--volume 46, nos. 3 & 4, Fall Winter 2020.
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.
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.
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.
Students of WSOU 89.5FM continue holiday food drive tradition with reimagined online collection, aiming to feed more than 2,600 individuals across New Jersey.
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 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.
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
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".
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.
The University has hired Toni Hindsman, '89 as its new Director of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Compliance and Title IX Coordinator.
This interactive presentation will present strategies for raising anti-racist children.
The School of Diplomacy hosted it's 5th annual “All Conflict is Local" conference, bringing together a virtual roundtable of students, faculty and alumni to share their perspectives and experiences.
Students from numerous multicultural organizations at Seton Hall are collaborating to offer programs to "Stay Woke" during November 2020.
Scholars co-author an essay in forum on Covid-19 and American Catholicism that appeared in American Catholic Studies.
The SHU Reads! Selection Committee seeks text nominations for our incoming first-year students. Faculty, employees, and students are welcome and encouraged to nominate all genres!
The Chesterton Institute is pleased to announce an online conference on the theme of “Driving Without Destination" - November 11, 2020 from 1:30 - 2:30 pm (NY Time).
Student Services partners with the Center for Faculty Development to host a three-part series of virtual election events about classroom culture, election stress, and engaging in productive dialogue.