The Stillman School and its Business Leadership Center launch In the Lead, a preeminent magazine focused exclusively on the topic of leadership.
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A team of four public relations students is running a month-long campaign to lead a university-wide conversation on reversing the corrosion of civility in public discourse.
Steve Adubato, Emmy Award-winning anchor and president of Stand and Deliver, returns to teach Master Class in leadership and communication to select students in the Buccino Leadership Institute.
Continuing to perform well in asynchronous and virtual tournaments, Seton Hall's Forensics Brownson Speech and Debate Team earned over 70 awards in its last three competitions.
Stories of resilience and strength, and a lasting message of perseverance through difficult times and the possibility of hope.
Law Professor Thomas Healy's book, Soul City: Race, Equality, and the Lost Dream of an American Utopia, was named an Editor's Choice by NY Times, featured by NPR, The New Yorker and more.
The Gift of Music and Song: Writer and Visual Artist Jacqueline Bishop (NYU) to Present Her Work at Seton Hall University
Two Diplomacy students write about their experience representing Seton Hall in a course on the future of U.S. nuclear strategy organized by the John Quincy Adams Society.
February 12 is the beginning of Lunar New Year -- Chinese Chunjie, Vietnamese Tet, Korean Solnal, Tibetan Losar, and Spring Festival, all celebrate the arrival of the new year in Asia.
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari served as a Subject Matter Expert for the American Bar Association's Rule of Law Initiative at the Rodrigo Lara Bonilla Judicial Training School in Colombia.
The renowned Catholic author will give a virtual presentation on Spiritual Fatherhood on Saturday, February 27, at 7 p.m., as part of the Center for Diaconal Formation's 10th anniversary year.
The Seton Hall Forensics Brownson Speech and Debate Team started the new year strong with wins at three tournaments, including First Place Team Sweepstakes at its first asynchronous tournament.
Professor Patryk Babiracki (University of Texas at Arlington) will present his project on the history of International Trade Fair in the western Polish city of Poznań during the Cold War.
Luo is one of over 300 international students who happily call Seton Hall home. Recently named a Mendoza Scholar, she is showing future college students from China what it's like to be a Pirate.
Yanzhong Huang discusses the latest impacts of COVID-19 and vaccine diplomacy as well as current policy implications with Foreign Affairs, TIME, NBC News, NPR and The New York Times.
Vanessa Vuji, a senior majoring in Diplomacy and Modern Languages, landed the internship of her dreams -- reporting on global events for La Voce di New York, an Italian-English UN based journal.
The event will feature students, faculty, alumni, and administrators who will discuss accessibility, affordability, and support services for minority students interested in attending law school.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll gauged the public pulse on the impact Covid-19 may have on the upcoming Super Bowl.
Running January 27 through the month of February, the drive is aimed at providing hair care products for disadvantaged people of color, fostering confidence and positive self-esteem.
A delegation of 15 Seton Hall students attended the National Collegiate Security conference held by Georgetown University in January, bringing home a total of four awards.
The Department of History will host its annual symposium on Friday, February 12, 1 pm - 3 pm (virtually on Microsoft Teams). This year's theme: "Climate Change in Historical Perspective."
Reading about practical examples of leadership and different leadership styles enhances the development of skills and helps students succeed in their leadership roles.
Diplomacy Leadership students created a brochure to provide information to college students about the November presidential election.
Two current students and a recent alum of the School of Diplomacy and International Relations have each published op-eds in International Policy Digest.
This semester's events will feature a wide range of new topics, including language and identity, imposter syndrome, and family and faith.