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The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute welcomes Stephanie Macias-Arlington

Latino Institute Welcomes New Director

The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute welcomes Stephanie Macias-Arlington, who has 10 years of experience serving top nonprofits. read more

Samikkannu Thangavel in his Research Lab

NeuroPharmacology Granted $2.2M from NIH

Associate Director Samikkannu Thangavel was awarded the NIH grant for Neuro-AIDS research in the context of drugs of abuse. read more

David Jensen '94 standing outside of McNulty Hall.

English Alumnus Achieves Pharma Success

David Jensen ‘94, senior sales engineer, discusses his career in pharmaceuticals and how his English degree has come into play. read more

A portrait of Sr. Rose Thering

The Sister Rose Thering Fund

Now in its 25th year, the Fund advances Sister's legacy by building bridges among Jews, Christians and those of other religions. read more

Earn an M.S. in Experimental Psychology

Earn an M.S. in Experimental Psychology

With animal and eye-tracking labs, our M.S. will prepare you for a research-intensive career or admittance into a Ph.D. program. read more

The oldest and largest academic unit at Seton Hall University, the College of Arts and Sciences provides a learning, teaching and research environment that informs and promotes the University's Catholic mission. Based on a liberal arts course of study that is grounded in the Catholic intellectual tradition, the College fosters a value-centered, technologically enhanced education that enables the personal and professional development of its students.

Professor William Connell
IN THE MEDIA WNYC/Brian Lehrer Show

What Columbus Statues Really Mean

Historian and LaMotta Chair in Italian Studies William Connell provides a historical framework for the debate around Christopher Columbus.


Great Mind in Action

Albery Paula kick-started her career while still a student, when she traveled to Honduras as part of Seton Hall’s Global Medical Brigades group.

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