The participants in the Catholic Studies Spring 2022 study abroad experience, Foundations of Christian Culture – Italy, returned from their travels a month ago and have settled in.
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Li Kang, a doctoral candidate in the higher education program at the College of Education and Human Services, participated in a scholarly analysis of superintendent compensation nationwide.
In the ESLP 0321 Intermediate Speaking/Listening class last week, students delivered oral presentations to their peers on the topic of health and wellness programs.
College of Education and Human Services faculty member, Bryan Meadows. Ph.D., considers how Catholic Social Teaching is explored through student engagement experiences, such as study abroad.
Last month, the School of Diplomacy signed a 5-year Memorandum of Understanding for international exchange with the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO).
International students are curating a "Campus Dispatch" website where they record the results of person-person surveys they conduct on campus this semester.
Nigerian native, Chimdi Chukwukere, began a training program with the prestigious Atlantic Council Digital Forensics Research Lab or DFRLab 360 as a scholar in the “Digital Sherlocks Program.”
International Education Week is an opportunity for individuals and institutions across the country to celebrate the benefits of international education and global exchange.
For students riding out pandemic in their home country, there was a renewed appreciation for family life and a longing for the community back on campus.
Undergraduate Educational Studies (EDST) students connected remotely with their global counterparts at Catholic universities in Brazil and Colombia.
In collaboration with the Latino Institute and the Center for Hispanic Policy, Research, and Development, the Library is expanding its Spanish language, Latin American, and Caribbean collection.
Before joining the ESLP program, Isabela was completing her undergraduate degree in Fortaleza, her home city in Brazil. She says she chose Seton Hall University for two main reasons.
Collaboration with world-renowned academic community fosters pedagogical innovation, international scientific collaboration and multidisciplinary research.
A candid conversation, on culturally responsive teaching and the relevancy of James Baldwins article entitled, "A Talk to Teachers."
The DEI Committee continues to offer robust events in celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month for faculty, employees, students, and community members. Join us!