Ruchin Kansal becomes the new associate director for the Business Leadership Center in the Stillman School of Business.
Stillman announces new major: Career-Focused FinTech Curriculum.
Spring Graduate Turns Fish into Chips for Good Health.
Open to all A&S students, the Boot Camp teaches participants about career development, current trends and interview skills.
Director of the Center for Sport Management Charles Grantham discusses Sports, Protest, COVID-19 and MJ’s ‘Last Dance.’
Stillman undergraduates inducted into the NJCBAA Honor Society.
This series of virtual workshops for SHU undergrads runs throughout June, July and August and covers a wide range of topics.
Stillman graduate lands his dream job.
Stillman MBA Graduate's Success Story: 'Ko on the Go'
Graduating during a pandemic, the Class of 2020 have proven themselves Seton Hall Strong and prepared to make their mark.
Attorneys from Santomassimo Davis LLP discuss intellectual property and other legal matters involved in starting a business.
Buccino Leaders successfully secure jobs in finance, accounting, marketing and other highly sought after business sectors.
Chinese students and alumni from the China MBA Program donated protective equipment to front-line workers in Essex County.
Management Professor Pamela Adams shares 5 tips to unleash user innovation and address financial challenges of COVID-19.
Pirates LaunchPad Summer Venture Accelerator Program is a new resource for student entrepreneurs.
CFA Institute Research Challenge Team won the Americas championship, one of only five teams to compete in the Global Finals.
Two Stillman student entrepreneurs, co-founders of Edith, are competing in the statewide collegiate UPitchNJ competition
The Seton Hall Sports Poll on pandemic response was featured throughout the world, including four times by The New York Times.
AACSB, synonymous with the highest standards in business education since 1916, extends dual accreditation for Stillman School.
Seton Hall University student entrepreneurs compete successfully in virtual Pirates Pitch Startup Contest.
Stillman Professor Penina Orenstein discusses COVID-19 impact on the supply chain and the lessons of resilience modeling.
Professor Michael Gordon and Joe Testa launch the "Baskets and Business" initiative.
Roseanne Mirabella, a professor of political science, recently addressed the role of the nonprofit sector during COVID-19.
Visiting Law Professor Richard Winchester on who, how much and how people will receive payments from the stimulus package.
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, a driver of entrepreneurship on campus, announces Advisory Board members.