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."
With drug overdose rates on the rise, the iTHIRST Spiritual Companionship Certification Training Program, offers a beacon of hope for those with substance use disorders and their loved ones.
For Seton Hall students in the intensive English program, the summer semester break is a time to reconnect with family and friends back home and to take to exploring the United States.
Seton Hall University was awarded $1.5 million in grants to foster student success, retention and experiential learning.
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.
Law School alum Aderemilekun "Ade" Omojola, Esq. is working on behalf of the Yoruba Strategy Alliance, filing claims of genocide against leading Nigerian officials in the International Criminal Court.
On July 30, join us for "Recovery from Opioid Use Disorders," during which industry leaders will discuss current and future treatments used to combat the national opioid overdose crisis.
The Archives & Special Collections Center of the University Libraries has been awarded a grant from the National Archives to support the collections from five pathbreaking New Jersey politicians.
Christopher Tienken, K-12 ELMP professor, was selected as an evaluator for the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of University
School of Diplomacy graduate student, Jocelyn Anderson, writes about the experience she's gained working on open source research and analysis with a firm based in Tampa, Florida.
Looking to strengthen your social media skills? You can accomplish that goal with Seton Hall's Online Social Media Certificate Program, with two cohorts offered in fall 2021.
Drs. Robinson and Tsuria were interviewed about the College of Communication and the Arts' innovative portfolio course, in which students determine their own project to showcase what they learned.
Christopher Duffy, MLIS, AHIP, associate dean of the Health Sciences Library at the Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) Campus, has been named a 2021 Champion of Humanistic Care.
While an undergraduate nursing student, Oluwayomi Babayemi took advantage of many of the scholarships offered to current students, as well as those awarded by outside organizations.
Before joining the ESLP program, Isabela was completing her undergraduate degree in Fortaleza, her home city in Brazil. She says she chose Seton Hall University for two main reasons.
Dr. Elizabeth Redwine will become the new Coordinator of Core I, and Dr. Todd Stockdale is stepping down from this position. We welcome Dr. Redwine and are deeply grateful to Dr. Stockdale.
Collaboration with world-renowned academic community fosters pedagogical innovation, international scientific collaboration and multidisciplinary research.
A candid conversation, on culturally responsive teaching and the relevancy of James Baldwins article entitled, "A Talk to Teachers."
This summer, the ESL@SetonHall intensive English program will host a virtual institute for international students. The institute will connect Seton Hall with a global network of Catholic universities.
A series of presentations designed to provide faculty with skills to promote student engagement and critical thinking skills and inspire student creativity.
Four College of Communication and the Arts students were awarded the inaugural Viviani Endowed Scholarship, a gift from the Estate of Joseph Viviani, a 1951 alumnus of the University.
The G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture announces the publication of volume 47, nos. 1 & 2, Spring Summer 2021 issue of "The Chesterton Review."
The College of Nursing held its annual Pinning Ceremony honoring the graduating classes of Fall 2019, Spring 2020, August 2020, Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 in the ABSN, BSN and CNL programs.
Are you a recent Seton Hall University alum who would like to make a difference in the lives and futures of underserved children? Are you looking for the next meaningful step to take in your career?
The College of Nursing will host virtual open houses for its Doctor of Nursing Practice and the M.S.N in Pediatrics programs in June.