The impact of Seton Hall in the State of New Jersey is more than $1.6 billion annually, according to a new, independent analysis that looked at the societal and economic impact of the University.
This year's inductees are two of the University's most successful innovators and changemakers: Frank T. Cannone, J.D. '91, Gibbons P.C., and Bryan J. Jakovcic '09, Fusion Health.
Finance and IT alumnus is currently an associate business analyst at Fusion Health, a company founded by fellow alumnus and 2021 Entrepreneur Hall of Fame honoree Bryan Jakovcic '09.
The Center for Sport Management to host Jeffrey Kessler, the most successful sports antitrust attorney in the country.
Joyce Strawser, dean of the Stillman School of Business, has been named to the NJBIZ list of Best 50 Women in Business 2021 for "making significant impact on NJ business and the community at large."
Three amazing women innovators and change-makers will share their experiences and their journeys to success at Seton Hall's annual recognition and celebration of Women's Entrepreneurship Week.
President Joseph Nyre and Professor Reginald Lewis are honored by NJBIZ Education Power 50 List for their leadership, innovation and significant contributions supporting higher education.
More than 70 employers and 400 students and alumni attended the Fall Career Fair which took place on Wednesday, September 22 in the Richie Regan Recreation and Athletic Center.
Attend the Virtual Career Fair on Wednesday, September, 29th 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the Handshake platform.
On February 26, 2020, a small group of Seton Hall students, led by Management Professor A.D. Amar, gathered at Newark International Airport in anticipation of the opportunity to experience India.
Future Business Leaders invited to compete for $50,000 in prizes and university scholarships in High School Pirates Pitch hosted by the Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Stillman School.
Stillman School and it Business Leadership Center survey of the Gen Z emerging workforce offers "Insight and Foresight into the Future of Leadership from the Leaders of the Future."
The Stillman School of Business undergraduate program ranked at 106 in the nation, up 10 from last year and placing the School in the Top 20 percent.
Rethinking with Alex Torpey invites the next generation of leadership to harness real-world experience and collaborative governance to make positive change.
Jeffrey Headd sr. director of Commercial Data Sciences at The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, is the first speaker in the Distinguished Lecture Series in Business Analytics.
The Stillman School and its Business Leadership Center publish second issue of In the Lead magazine, exploring the topic of leadership in the face of disruption.
With these 10 small daily steps, you can master Handshake in 10 days in time for the Fall Career Fair.
ROI-NJ recognizes Seton Hall's exemplary role in educating a new generation of leaders during the most uncertain times of the pandemic.
The Class of 2025 at Seton Hall University has broken records for the most applicants, largest class, highest average GPA, highest average SAT and ACT scores and the most diverse student body.
Presented by the Stillman School of Business, the second annual Executive Lessons Learned in Analytics and Advanced Technologies lecture series will return with four virtual sessions.
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In the Strategic Influencing and Communication Series of Workshops, participants will observe, participate in and analyze different situations and design successful strategies.
Management Professor A.D. Amar was featured in the South Asian Times in an essay entitled "Calling out China’s cyber hacking to protect America’s Intellectual Property was long overdue."
Dean Joyce Strawser and Associate Dean Leigh Onimus were among a select group of MSCHE members and educators who contributed a chapter to a new book spotlighting the best practices in assessment.
The College of Arts & Sciences recently held another successful Business Boot Camp.