Dr. Nicholas Snow reflects on Transformation and Authenticity: A Senior Scholar’s Own Journey of Transformation in the second of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership
The Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership promotes openness to God's call in both the academic life and common life of Seton Hall University to support the overall mission of forming students as servant leaders for today's world. More »
Advanced Seminar on Mission
The Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership is offering an Advanced Seminar on Mission, entitled "Wisdom and the Catholic University" facilitated by Msgr. Richard Liddy and Anthony Sciglitano. Ph.D. Read more »
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Every generation of Setonians needs to reflect upon the University’s history and mission and make it their own. Too seldom do we take the time to consider what is most important to us as a University
The first retreat, given by Dr. Kathleen Nagle on the theme of Transformation and Mission: Educating the Whole Person
On May 28th and 29th, the Center for Catholic Studies will host the twenty-second annual Faculty Summer Seminar, "Discerning the Spirit," co-sponsored by the Center for Vocation & Servant Leadership.
The Ninth Annual Servant Leadership Day is a celebration of Seton Hall’s commitment to forming students as “servant leaders."
Dr. Gregory Floyd reflects on "The Idea of a University and Healing: Bias, Development, and Authenticity."
The third retreat, given by Dr. Marianne Lloyd on the theme of The Idea of a University and Discernment on February 20.
The Office for Mission and Ministry and the Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership have organized seminars on the history and mission of Seton Hall University.
Villanova and Syracuse Professor Emeritus John D. Caputo will explore how the ideas of state, religion and university fit.
Dr. Anthony Haynor reflects on "The Idea of a University and Interiority: Becoming the 'Author' of One's Life," in the second of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
Professor Marisa Case reflects on The Idea of a University and Horizon in the first retreat for faculty and administrators
To celebrate this event, all members of the Seton Hall community are invited to a talk given by Joseph Patrnchak.