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What is the nature of Medicine?” Is it an art? A science? A combination of both? What should be the defining features of the patient-physician relationship?
The accomplished author will discuss his most recent work, "Without Oars: Casting Off into a Life of Pilgrimage" via Microsoft Teams on Tuesday evening, November 17.
The ACS at Seton Hall is recognized as one of the top student-run chapters in the country and was awarded a grant to fund its virtual activities.
Scholars co-author an essay in forum on Covid-19 and American Catholicism that appeared in American Catholic Studies.
Professor Eduardo J Echeverria will consider three essential aspects of St. John Paul's Encyclical
Three months into her term as president-elect of the NASW-NJ, Widian Nicola aims to put New Jersey social workers at the forefront of policy issues related to poverty, racism, and immigration.
After months of planning, the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute wraps up a successful Hispanic Heritage Month, which was filled with highly anticipated events and projects
Dr. Jeffrey Morrow takes a look at the history of Catholic biblical interpretation in order to move forward to a theological biblical interpretation takes the best of traditional history as a guide.
Fiction and Nonfiction Writer Elif Batuman will read on Tuesday, November 17 at 7 p.m. ET online.
Championing the intersection of science and faith, three Seton Hall scientists established a new chapter of the Society of Catholic Scientists (SCS) at the University.
After centuries of struggle, the Ukrainian Church has reached an inflection point. As a newly-recognized autocephalous Orthodox Church, it is poised to push ecumenical dialogue to the next level.
Esteemed psychologist and author, Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis, a champion of her late husband Albert Ellis' groundbreaking approach to psychotherapy, leads a virtual workshop series this fall.
Thursday, October 29th, 2020, at 6:30pm, Slavic Club, is sponsoring its Virtual Bingo Night. There will be five rounds of bingo, with $20 e-gift cards to Starbucks, Dunkin's, Amazon, and more.
Professor Denise Vigani was featured on the "Ask A Philosopher" segment of the NPR, WNYC radio show "All of It."
Fratelli Tutti – All Brothers, Pope Francis' New Encyclical: Seton Hall University Expert Panel
Poet Roger Reeves will read on Tuesday, October 27 at 7:00 p.m. ET online.
Although we recently marked the passing of The Most Reverend John J. Myers, J.C.D., D.D., Archbishop Emeritus of Newark, Seton Hall University has special reasons to continue to celebrate his life
The life and legacy of Christopher Columbus comes to the screen in a new documentary, Courage and Conviction: The True Story of Christopher Columbus.
The associate professor of anthropology and religion will discuss his new book Merton & Indigenous Wisdom online through the Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition on Oct. 14, 4 p.m.
Social Work Professor Widian Nicola published a feature op-ed in NJ.com: "Sterilizing Immigrant Detainees Must Stop Now."
How can the Catholic mission be applied in a remote environment? How can relationships, community, sacraments develop and operate in a remote-Hyflex environment?
Fr. Edwin Leahy's O.S.B., lecture will focus on racism, diversity and inclusion from his perspective as a white monk serving his black and brown neighbors in and around Newark for nearly 48 years.
Leading experts in the comic book industry will discuss the future impact of diversifying representation in the characters, story lines and illustrations they create.
Thursday, October 15th the Center for Catholic Studies will host Politics and the Cross: Friendship and Responsibility in an Age of Dysfunction
Stevens Institute of Technology and Seton Hall University announce a new dual-degree program to help meet the nation’s need for engineers.