Taught by Bryan Price, executive director of the Buccino Leadership Institute, the tuition-free course LEAD 5000 Leading Yourself, enrolled more than 300 people from every corner of the University.
The College of Nursing is offering both Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid courses that teach how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
Dr. Justin Anderson will be speaking Wed. in the Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, speaking about his book Virtue and Grace in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas (Cambridge, 2020).
Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, undergraduate and graduate students of various majors can take part in the School of Diplomacy’s Semester in Washington, D.C., program.
Competing for $50,000 in prizes, student entrepreneurs pitched their start-up concepts or fledgling businesses at the sixth annual High School Pirates Pitch hosted by the Stillman School of Business.
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.
Social media has had an impact on all aspects of our lives, but perhaps nowhere more profoundly than in the political sphere.
Recent graduates of Seton Hall University's Upward Bound program began their college careers this fall semester prepared to face the challenges post-secondary education can bring.
Seton Hall joins Girls Who Code mission of closing the gender gap in technology.
Dr. Bryan Meadows (EDST Assistant Professor) recently contributed two book chapters to separate edited volumes on language education.
Diplomacy Professor Yanzhong Huang Publishes New Book Toxic Politics with Cambridge University Press
Diplomacy Professor Yanzhong Huang presents new evidence of China’s deepening health crisis and challenges the widespread view that China is winning the war on pollution.
What is the nature of Medicine?” Is it an art? A science? A combination of both? What should be the defining features of the patient-physician relationship?
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition continues on Wed., Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. with Dr. Patrick Manning discussing his new book, Converting the Imagination.
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.
Join the Center for Catholic Studies on December 8 , for the Toth-Lonergan Endowed Chair Lecture “Eternal Life: What Is It? Why Does it Matter? What Can We Hope For?” delivered by Dr. Stebbins.
The ACS at Seton Hall is recognized as one of the top student-run chapters in the country and was awarded a grant to fund its virtual activities.
EDST Assistant Professor, Dr. Bryan Meadows, was an invited international guest speaker at the First National Conference on Research in Foreign Language Education, held virtually November 5-6, 2020.
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!
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.
The University Core joyfully welcomes Maribel Landrau to the position of Assistant Director of the Core. Maribel has been teaching in the Core for five years and teaches all three Core classes.
The 2020 Minette’s Angels Foundation Scholarship, which honors nursing alumna Minette Grosso McKenna who died after a long battle against breast cancer, has been awarded to sophomore Elizabeth Bishop.
Education Professor Featured by Inside Higher Ed, ABC-TV Boston, and TES on #HipHopEd and Addressing Systemic Racism
Professor Edmund Adjapong was featured in Inside Higher Ed, the Times Educational Supplement (UK) and on ABC-TV Boston’s "CityLine," discussing #HipHopEd and systemic racism in education.
Governor Phil Murphy recently nominated Angelica Allen-McMillan, Ed.D. '06, to be the next commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Education.
In 2019, Diplomacy's Santiago Losada landed a coveted Fulbright Scholarship that led him to teach and conduct research in Moldova, the country he first discovered as a member of the Slavic Club.
When the Core had to stop offering in person tutoring the new Core Center (Mooney Hall 339) due to COVID, we switched to offering online tutoring. This fall we offer the same, thanks to Dr. Puskaric.