Seton Hall was recognized as a "Top College," a “Best College for your Money” and as a "College of Distinction."
Recent graduate Santiago Losada received a Fulbright Award to teach English and conduct a research project in Moldova.
Office of International Programs relaunches their #hallabroad travel photo contest on social media.
Acting NJ Gov. Sheila Oliver visited the University to sign two bills to increase financial transparency for students.
Mark B. Schlemmer was selected to serve as a social media journalist for the AAM’s Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo.
Katie Himics reflects on her experience as a museum educator at the Newark Museum, the birthplace of modern museum education theory.
Professor Mary Landriau participated in a roundtable with child welfare experts from 31 states and 3 tribal nations.
Ed.D. student Maria Ortiz has been appointed as Executive Director of Student Life in Newark.
Timothy Purnell, Ed.D. '08 is awarded the 2019 Many Are One Service Award.
Discover what the Museum Management track has to offer for current students, alumni and staff.
Seton Hall clinical interns among the top future educators in New Jersey.
Recent Education alumna Gabriella (Gabby) Bryce made serving others a hallmark of her Seton Hall career.
Assistant Professor and Green Chemistry advocate David A. Laviska, Ph.D. is not only a great mind, but a great person.
EDST 3900/CORE 3882 students recently returned from an 8-day study abroad experience to Tokyo, Japan.
Rita Damiron Tallaj presents her research on Afro-Latinx online identity at the prestigious convention.
Graduate students from the College of Communication and the Arts inducted into the Delta Epsilon Sigma.
As of the end of the spring 2019 semester, Seton Hall's Institutional Repository officially surpassed 3 million downloads.
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Marissa Barbosa, Seton Hall University 2019 B.S.W. graduate, was invited to be a keynote speaker at child welfare commencement.
Discover what the Exhibition Development track has to offer for current students, alumni, and staff.
Graduate students, Oluwagbemiga Oyeneye and Erick Agbleke, offer their research findings and policy recommendations for U.S. Army Africa.
Derrick Nelson, Ed.D. '13, recently passed away from complications of a bone marrow transplant donor operation to aid a child.
English and Classics major Brian Pulverenti was named a 'Great Mind.'
National recognition was given to students as they move on to top social work graduate programs or employment in the field.
The College of Communication and the Arts Hosts Fourth Annual Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony
The College gathered to celebrate this year’s graduates on the evening of May 16.