On Thursday, March 21st from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite, Dr. Azzouni will discuss "Why There Are No Numbers."
Dr. Catherine Tinker was awarded a Fulbright faculty award for 2019-2020 to teach in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Now in its ninth year, the Communication Honors Alumni Mentoring Program helps launch the careers of aspiring professionals.
WSOU 89.5 FM offers a new speaker series that brings alumni back to campus to share their experiences and tips with students.
Four aspiring East European writers will read excerpts from their recent published and unpublished work.
The Catholic Studies Program and the Core Curriculum, proudly present "Blessed John Henry Newman Cause for Sainthood" on Thursday, March 28th, from 12:30-6 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
The Classical Concert Series will kick off the 2019 SOMA Film Festival with two silent films and live scoring on 3/19.
Leadership student Audrey Pennington elaborates on her involvement in creating the Institute's new leadership podcast.
In honor of Black History Month, "Thank God For Monday" aired a special interview with the Rev. Dr. Forrest Pritchett.
The associate professor of biblical studies was interviewed by a television talk show about his new book, The Gospel of Luke.
The LLC's Department's Spring Lecture Series will feature prominent scholars, such as Jose Angel Manas and Pellegrino D'Acierno.
The B.S.W. Program will provide valuable information to help increase access of child welfare materials nationally.
The 2019 Faculty Summer Seminar will focus on discernment and how it can enrich the specialized work of each participant.
First generation student nearing graduation has participated in multiple internships.
Professors Marta Deyrup and Mary Balkun received an Incubation Grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.
Prof. Melinda Papaccio, who teaches in the English Dept. and the Core, took her students to the IThirst program in Stirling.
NJBIZ recognizes five alumnae leaders who shape their organizations, industries and New Jersey's economic landscape.
The College of Nursing celebrated the first White Coat Ceremony welcoming new nurses at the new IHS campus.
The Financial Planning Association will welcome alumnus Joseph Testa '12 on Feb. 18 to discuss the importance of networking.
President-elect Dr. Joseph E. Nyre will visit all three campuses of Seton Hall University on Friday, February 22.
In recruiting prospective students, leadership student Molly Stoe leads the efforts of the Communication and the Arts cohort.
Director Michael Reuter, the Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development, on making it into the Winner's Circle.
Fr. Whelan, of the Gregorian University in Rome, will present a lecture on the importance of promoting peace in our society.
An audio mixer for both Fox Sports and the Rich Eisen Show, Michael Del Tufo pursues his passion for sports and love of sound.
The College of Communication and the Arts is proud to present the first cohort of Buccino Leadership Institute scholars.
The Charles and Joan Alberto Italian Studies Institute is co-sponsoring a two-day symposium on Jews in 19th century Italy.
WSOU student staff members Alicia Campos and Wilnir Louis reported live from the 2019 Times Square New Year's Eve Ball Drop.
"Thank God For Monday" will air a special hour-long interview with the Rev. Dr. Forrest Pritchett on February 16.
A Division of Student Services initiative to give students the ability to lead their peers in discussions about inclusion.
Students, faculty and administrators watched Pope Francis: A Man of his Word, directed by Wim Wenders.
The Department of Information Technology will be implementing a new feature to increase the security of your sensitive information.
To avoid service interruption, it is recommended that your internet browser, computer, and mobile phone are updated to the most current version.
The most recent poll was covered by Forbes, ESPN, Reuters and number of media outlets across the United States and the globe.
Leadership Student Christopher Lucas rang the New York Stock Exchange bell in recognition of Jackie Robinson's Centennial.
Seton Hall will be featuring the Marriage and Family Therapy Programs as part of its Graduate Open House on February 23.
Hall of Fame ESPN sportscaster and alumnus Bob Ley will present the 2019 Baccalaureate Commencement Address.
Jeanne Brasile, the director of the Walsh Gallery, will present at the College Art Association (CAA) Annual Conference.
The Buccino Leadership Institute launched a new professional leadership coaching program for its 81 students on February 1st.
Kim Jenkins will discuss why we wear what we wear, uncovering what dress and self-fashioning makes possible in everyday life.
Maureen Braun Scalera, L.C.S.W., spoke to graduating Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) seniors about her distinguished career.
U.S. News and World Reports has ranked Seton Hall University at 75th in the nation for Best Online Graduate Nursing programs.
Nationally recognized higher education leader Dr. Joseph E. Nyre has been appointed Seton Hall 21st president.
EDST 3900, a new 3-credit travel abroad course, provides Seton Hall students with firsthand insights into Japanese schooling.
The University Libraries sponsors the second annual installment of Love Data Week (LDW) as part of a national series.
In Core II, students read the prison journal of Perpetua, along with probably one or more optional writings.
Poets & Quants ranked the Stillman School of Business in the top "10 Undergraduate Business Schools to Watch" in 2019.
Student Alumni Association is teaming up with basketball star for the 10th annual Bounce 'N Trounce.
Katrice Albert, EVP of inclusion and human resources at the NCAA, will be the third speaker in the Inclusion Speaker Series.
Students used a Raspberry Pi, a small computer that plugs into a TV, to code their own gaming system.
Students from the Arts and Sciences Leadership Center give back to local hospital's pediatric center.
Ricky Rosario '11, an up and coming filmmaker in Los Angeles, released his most recent short film, "Abuela's Luck." The film has received rave reviews and has been in numerous film festivals.
Diplomacy's Courtney Smith traveled to West Africa recently to see progress underway at the UN's peacekeeping mission.
Fiction writer Weike Wang will read on Tuesday, March 5th at 6:00 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
Poet Angela Alaimo O'Donnell will read on Tuesday, February 5th at 6 p.m. in the Chancellor's Suite.
Speaker Rebecca Frost Davis will lead activities with faculty to develop ideas on how the topic relates to their teaching.
Caroline Weeks collaborated on a paper with Professor Penina Orenstein from the Department of Computing and Decision.
Amy Sheppard '91, a licensed clinical social worker, is "paying it forward" to educate future social workers.
CEHS Alumni are invited to attend the Sixth Annual Spring Alumni Reception & Awards Ceremony.
Your vote is needed to help make the Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development #1 for the fifth year in a row.
The Latino Institute is hosting an information session for students interested in the Governor's Hispanic Fellowship Program.
The Latino Institute's own Graduate Assistant Spencer Hinton had his article written for the School of Diplomacy published.
The Latino Institute is hosing a College Prep Workshop to help high school students as they apply to universities.
Professor Mary Landriau educates 700 aspiring health care students at a statewide conference.
This lecture will focus on the question, "How can Bernard Lonergan help us understand the thought of Thomas Aquinas?"
Seminar by Dr. Tianning Diao, NYU Chemistry: "Stereoselective Alkene Carbofunctionalization via Radical Pathways".
In Core II, many classes continue to explore the world of the early Christians in St. Paul's first letter to the Corinthians.
ESPN's Bob Ley '76 was elected to the National Sports Media Association Hall of Fame.
Core II classes begin by reading Plato's Crito, along with one of two New Testament texts, one of these being 1 John.
The University has been named a "High Research Activity" or "R2" institution in the latest Carnegie Classification.
Research by Professor Sulie Chang suggests that binge drinking in teens could lead to an increased "sensitivity" to opioids.
Philosopher James Stacey Taylor argues that human organ markets are morally required.
The theme of the two-day event is "Afflicted Bodies, Affected Societies: Disease and Wellness in Historical Perspective."
The Center for Faculty Development will be sponsoring a wide array of programs this Spring.
Elizabeth Williams-Riley of the American Conference on Diversity will share insights at the Martin Luther King Day Symposium.
Faculty conducted a video lecture on education leadership in the U.S. with the University of Catania.
The Online Teaching Certificate program was developed to provide faculty with a variety of helpful tools to develop and facilitate online or hybrid classes.
Pirate Sports Network and CommArts alumnus John Fanta '17 walks on the sidelines as a sportscaster for the Big East Network.
During a two-day workshop, public relations student Eric Lamadrid took home the Betsy Plank Diversity Case Study Award.
Set yourself apart with skills and learning experiences from the LinkedIn Student Learning Ambassador program.
Space154 is pleased to announce a series of MakerSpace events for the 2019 Spring Semester! All events are 1 - 3 p.m. in Space154
Alert: The Department of Information Technology has received reports of extortion emails targeting the Seton Hall community.
CommArts' Kevin Phalon '17 and Bernie Wagenblast '78 collaborate on video about the New York Transit Museum's vintage subway.
Authors Jeff Benedict and Ben Reiter explain how to navigate the waters of storytelling and create quality, nonfiction work.
In Fides et ratio, philosophy is committed to serving the expansion of right reason.
Collect and manage student attendance data within your existing Blackboard course.
Alexa Valiente, B.S. '13, received an Emmy for her work on an ABC News story focusing on the tragic shooting in Las Vegas.
Professor Matthew Pressman and his new book were featured in the Washington Post, Harvard's NiemanLab and on CSPAN's Book TV.
Dr. Martin Edwards joins International Studies Quarterly's editorial board and USC's Center on Public Diplomacy as a fellow.
The Seton Hall Chamber Choir, University Choir and Orchestra are holding auditions from January 14 to January 25, 2019.
The Walsh Gallery is honored to present "Strange Attractors" from January 14 to March 8, 2019.
President Meehan, Rev. Pritchett and three students reflect on diversity, inclusion and the Martin Luther King Day symposium.
Robert Kelchen has been chosen number 32 in Education Week's annual Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings of the top 200.
Dr. Doreen Stiskal Reflects on Educational Vocation and Mission in the Heart of the University Retreat Series
Dr. Doreen Stiskal reflects on The Educational Vocation and Mission: Leading Students to New Horizons in the retreat.
Professor and librarian Marta Deyrup published the Librarian's Guide to Writing for Professional Publication, her 9th book.
The Department of Information Technology has a few tips and tricks to keep your computer and your data in the best shape.
Gail Thornton, M.A. '03 was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America and recently published her second book.
Professor Yanzhong Huang travels the world to talk about U.S./China relations and China's emergence as a global power.
WSOU-FM sets station record in annual drive, collecting and donating more than 900 pounds of food to a local food bank.
Amy Giuliano discusses her exciting entrepreneurial venture in this article that originally appeared on Aleteia.org.
The Center for Faculty Development will again be hosting Faculty Lunches throughout the Spring 2019 semester.