The 2021-2022 National Security Fellowship graduate research team gave a briefing to a senior command staff member from the Naval Special Warfare Command on May 6.
The National Security Fellowship (NSF) graduate student research team briefed the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Tuesday, May 10.
TESOL faculty and alumni teamed up with the Orange Public School District this spring semester to provide ESL (English as a Second Language) classes to district parents.
Timothy Hoffman ‘15/M.P.A. 16’, presented at the 8th International Symposium on Service Learning on the successes of the Center for Community Research and Engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dean Winston Roberts shares how to develop tools to support campus diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) Initiatives through his fellowship in EAB's Rising Higher Education Leaders Program.
The Msgr. William Noé Field Archives and Special Collections Center has added two medieval manuscript facsimiles to its collections, the Book Altar of Philip the Good, and the Bible Moralisée De La Bi
New data subscription Statista now available to the SHU Community and summer data workshops will enhance your data literacy.
CommArts Students Produce Feature Video for Nonprofit
The Seton Hall Sports Poll was featured by the International Business Times, Sports Business Journal, The Athletic, Grant Wahl, Darren Rovell and More.
Fourth event in the Dignity Series features international discussion of dignity in health and the law.
Over 40 Seton Hall faculty and administrators met for the 24th Faculty Summer Seminar: Ideas of a Catholic University: Then, Now, and into the Future hosted by the Center for Catholic Studies.
Core Fellow Dr. Edgar Valdez has recently published a book, Rethinking Kant, vol. 6 (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2022). The book examines an array of current scholarship in Kantian studies.
The Jim Malgieri Summer Internship Program gives Stillman School of Business students the opportunity to join Pirum, a financial services technology vendor, at its New York City location for 10 weeks.
This Friday, Seton Hall will commemorate Juneteenth as an official University holiday.
Sports Fans Cutting Cords, Wading into the Stream: 9 Pt. Drop in Cable, 6 in Satellite Subscriptions Last Year
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found a nine point drop in cable and six in satellite subscriptions among sports fans last year. The drop was greater among those who do not consider themselves sports fans.
The Academy’s participation in the Petersheim Academic Exposition in April gave its leadership team members the opportunity to extend the work of the Academy in all three of these areas.
Liberi Tutti-a new play based on G. K. Chesterton’s “The Surprise” will be presented at the 2022 Rimini Meeting on August 20th, 2022 at the Galli Theatre in Rimini.
College of Communication and the Arts Hosts Annual Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony.
Four graduate students, mentored by Jessica Cottrell, Ph.D., won first and second place in the graduate-level category for their osteoimmunology research at the NJWEA’s annual conference.
1 in 4 American Households Have Purchased or Sold Crypto/NFTs; Nearly 60% of Avid Sports Fans Have Indulged
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 24 percent of households in the U.S. have owned cryptocurrency, NFTs or both. And the numbers rise dramatically among avid sports fans.
Seton Hall University is proud to announce the launch of a joint Online Master’s Program in International Affairs and Diplomatic Practice with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research.
Majority say interest is lessened over FIFA decision to play in Qatar.
The Culture of Health Leaders Institute for Racial Healing, a program funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, selected Social Work Professor Juan Rios for its first cohort.
Rev. Forrest Pritchett recently undertook a pilgrimage to Louisiana to further prepare his foundation to understand issues surrounding the experiences of Black Catholics in the United States.
Alumnus Bernie Wagenblast uses the skills he learned to help WSOU and St. Michael Church in Cranford.
Seton Hall’s innovative Academy Catholic Social Thought (CST in Action) participated in this year’s Petersheim Academic Exposition, sharing updates and plans with the University community.
Educational Studies Assistant Professor, Bryan Meadows, Ph.D., spoke remotely with audiences in Thailand on May 25th in a webinar titled, "English Language Programs in the United States."
Five WSOU graduates will be working at well-known networks in a variety of positions.
Professor Juan Rios, director of Seton Hall's Master of Social Work program, was featured on the PBS show "State of Affairs" regarding the impact of Covid on youth.
Seton Hall’s National Security Fellowship develops an operational paper with recommendations for a federal agency, annually, and was supported by FNA technology for the first time.
This year, three professors from the School of Diplomacy and International Relations received awards highlighting their achievements – Professors Huang, de Silva, and Murphy.
Professors Chelsea Barrett and Brooke Duffy collaborated with two School of Diplomacy undergraduates, Dia Bolton, ’22, and Akaysha Palmer, ’22, to publish a book chapter.
For the third year in a row, Dr. Steve Adubato taught a master class on communication for leaders in the Buccino Leadership Institute.
Gurdeep Kaur, Chief Information Security Officer at PSEG, provided an overview of the cybersecurity field, trends and career opportunities during the 2022 Petersheim Academic Exposition.
The Buccino Leadership Institute, created in 2018, graduated its inaugural class of student leaders. The Class of 2022 completed four years of intense, interdisciplinary leadership development.
Three Seton Hall undergraduate students were able to present their research in rhetorical criticism earlier this month, on April 9th at Felician Undergraduate Research Conference in Lodi, New Jersey.
The Department of Psychology inducted 33 Seton Hall University undergraduate students into its chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, among other award presentations.
WSOU 89.5 FM is a winner in the category of "Political Coverage NYC Metro – Radio" for its 2021 Election night coverage.
Vincent Santore '17, who earned a bachelor's degree in Business Information Technology Management and Catholic Studies, has been named to the Alumni Board of Directors
The Secretary-General of the United Nations, His Excellency António Guterres, delivered the address at Seton Hall's 166th baccalaureate commencement.
Franklin Shobe, a graduate student at the School of Diplomacy, delivered a presentation titled "Ukrainian Political Economy: An Analysis of Past, Present, and Future Trends" at Yale University.
Educational Studies faculty member Dr. Bryan Meadows spoke remotely with audiences in El Salvador on May 13th as part of the Teachers Up professional development series.
Diplomacy alumna Shaira G. Taylor, MS '21, is running for Hawaii's state legislature after her graduation from the Executive MS in International Affairs program.
This edition of student spotlight introduces Mr. Alvaro Pozo, a full-time student attending classes in the ESL@SetonHall intensive English program. Alvaro joins us from Ecuador.
This spring semester, seven Seton Hall undergraduate and graduate students served as volunteer teacher interns with the campus ESL@SetonHall intensive English program.
Recent alumnus Joseph Pastino, '12/M.P.A. '22 was named a Public Administration Student of the Year by the New Jersey Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration.
The 2021-2022 National Security Fellowship graduate student research team briefed leaders in the U.S. Department of State on Wednesday, April 27, concluding their yearlong project for the agency.
Graduating MA student Brad Kaufman represented the School of Diplomacy at a reception for Seton Hall donors and scholarship recipients.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that Americans would prefer a faster game and that Pitch Clock and PitchCom have major support from the younger demographic.
On Saturday, May 14, WSOU's Thank God For Mondays interviewed Dr. Monica Burnette and Dr. KC Choi on diversity, equity and inclusion, and AAPI Heritage Month.
CommArts Master's Project and Thesis Presentations focused on topics such as communication during COVID-19 and the representation of Native Americans in museums.
Undergraduate education majors attended a virtual seminar titled, "Tips for Making a Positive Difference in the Academic Experience of English Learner (EL) Students" on Tuesday, May 3rd.
Showing resilience in the face of the pandemic, these nursing seniors can face any challenge - whether that was earning a degree during a global health event, or finding a job after graduation.
Seton Hall faculty moderated a IFCU discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion, with Associate Professor Justin Anderson discussing research around a Catholic view of diversity.
The Reflexive, Innovative, Objective research for Social Justice Lab, aka The RIOS Lab, is the very first social work research lab associated with the MSW program.
Drawing from personal experience, Elementary/Special Education (4+2) Major Jodiann Morgan uses storytelling to help others grow and find comfort in being themselves.
For the second year in a row, the University SHU Reads! Planning Committee is proud to announce the 2022 text selection-- Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson.
Highlights from our recent Impact Talk Speaker Series on Elegantly Designing the Future of Computing, Communication and Education including a link to the recorded event.
Museum Professions Student Presents Portion of Thesis
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 57 percent of sports fans and 68 percent of avid fansfavor Spring football; a majority intend to follow the USFL and like its new rule changes.
Update from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: Campus Cases Drop
Students are invited to leverage the latest technology in our summer student success workshops. Sessions will cover technology 101 at Seton Hall, including Blackboard, Outlook, Teams, OneDrive, and LinkedIn Learning.
Continue using Mathematica after graduation for work and personal projects with a free six-month license that can be renewed for up to two additional years.
WSOU-FM's Thank God For Monday program welcomed College of Nursing Clinical Assistant Professor Katherine Connolly and students Patricia Esposito and Colleen Osbahr in honor of National Nurses Week.
Speech-Language Pathology faculty and SHU athletic trainers partner to study speech changes in mild traumatic brain injuries
Seton Hall's International Law Society hosted an event with representatives from Religions for Peace and the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations (UN).
Seton Hall University's top student entrepreneurs won $16K in investment seed funding at the 2022 Pirates Pitch Startup Competition
Faculty interested in pursuing a FIG must submit a proposal by June 30, 2022.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is excited to announce the opening of the University Wellness Room.
Professors Abe Zakhem and Elizabeth McCrea received a highly competitive National Endowment grant to establish a minor in business humanities at Seton Hall, the first of its kind in the U.S.
Seton Hall Diplomacy and International Relations majors Akaysha Palmer and Mohamed Nezar Nokrachi selected to be Rangel Fellow and Rangel Scholar
Distinguished Professor Jose Prieto invited to use “the pen to fight the sword” and take stance against atrocities unfolding in Europe at Emergency World Voices Congress of Writers.
Spiritual leader Monsignor Gerard McCarren begins one-year appointment.
This edition of student spotlight introduces Ms. Amber Huang, a full-time student attending classes in the ESL@SetonHall intensive English program on campus.
We are proud to announce the establishment of the Seton Hall University’s Pre-Health Advisory Committee.
Emily Chou, a senior social work student, investigates one of the Grand Challenges for Social Work and Society that focuses on assisting all to lead long and productive lives.
Katie Smith, Ph.D., assistant professor of higher education, was the recipient of the 2022 Schreitmueller Faculty Servant Leader Award.
Update from the Health Intervention and Communication Team: Cases Rise Vaccination Requirements Remain in Effect
Please join us for the 2022 Faculty Summer Seminar, "Ideas of a Catholic University: Then, Now, and into the Future" facilitated by Dr. Kenneth Parker (Duquesne).
Amanda DeJesus, news editor of the Setonian, was named a White House Correspondents' Association Scholar.
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.
Robert Yaiser and Dr. David Costantino receive the Police Graduate Studies Adjunct Professor of the Year Award for their leadership and service to students and the CEHS.
Helpful information for moving out for the end of the semester.
Madeline Field, a member of the swim and dive team, creates a sports leadership camp (Pirates Play) and partners with the East Orange Department of Recreation and Cultural Affairs.
Alumnus and His Family Commit $1 Million towards Renovations of the 60-Year-Old Student Building.
The Brownson Speech and Debate team recently competed in their second National Championship at the American Forensics Association National Speech Tournament in Nebraska.
The Scholars Forum in CIT welcomes Dr. Ruth Tsuria talking about her recent publication, Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in Digital Media, second edition (Routledge, 2021).
Symposium brings the Seton Hall community together to reflect, celebrate and gather feedback on the execution of the University's strategic plan, Harvest Our Treasures, on May 11.
António Guterres, Secretary-General Of The United Nations, to Address Seton Hall University Graduates at 166 Commencement Ceremony and Receive Honorary Degree.
2022 University Research Council Award cycle
Research by Professor Robert Pallitto was cited by dissenting U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch along with Justice Sonia Sotomayor in a case involving torture, the CIA and a Guantanamo inmate.
Dr. Nicole Battaglia, Director of Gen 1 Program, shares how Seton Hall creates a culture of support for first-generation students through improving academic and social integration.
This fall, the School of Health and Medical Sciences will welcome its first class of undergraduate students into the new Bachelor of Science in Interprofessional Health Sciences program.
Seton Hall won the EGF Rocket League Championship when it held off Delaware, 4-2 in the finals.
The Seton Hall community united "Hall Together," achieving Giving Day history by exceeding its goal of 1,856 donors and raising over $896,000 from over 2,000 donors!
The Sister Rose Thering Fund's signature fundraiser takes place on June 14 at 6 p.m. Featuring director Oren Jacoby, Evening of Roses raises scholarship funding for Jewish-Christian Studies students.
Seton Hall fosters global collaboration in a partnership with the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia focused on innovation in research and educational practice.
Inside the Core, we were honored to have Mary Anne Ford, sister-in-law of martyred Maryknoll Sister Ita Ford in Prof. Maribel Landrau's Core III/CAST course, Modern Women of Faith.
Assistant Professor of Journalism Matthew Pressman has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities stipend for his project, "A History of the New York Daily News and its Populist Politics."
As an intern with the State Department, Diplomacy graduate student, Taylor Rodier, tracked research on Iranian disinformation tactics and monitored trends and events on the ground in the Middle East.