A lecture proposing a simple way Christian scientists can effectively renew the practice of science.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll is looking for students interested in making money while helping to gauge the pulse of the nation.
Interested in a minor & Certificate in Russian and East European Studies Program? Interested in studying or working abroad?
During a recent boot camp 20 students worked in teams to create and pitch business models/prototypes before panel of judges.
The School of Diplomacy's DC program is back for another year with exciting new developments.
October can be full of ghouls and ghosts, but what’s scarier than that? Scammers and fraudsters who want to hack into your computer, undetected, and steal your personal information or install malware.
Sam Dagher, journalist and author, will speak at SHU on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 5:00 - 6:30, in Jubilee Hall Auditorium.
The Idea of the Catholic University Today A Colloquium on Dialogue and Mission with Neil Ormerod and Michael Stebbins
The Center for Catholic Studies will host The Idea of the Catholic University Today, A Colloquium on Dialogue and Mission.
More than 130 employers are expected to participate in the Sept. 18 Career Fair for current Seton Hall students and alumni.
Want to show your pirate pride?!
In Journey of Transformation, many students read Plato's Allegory of the Cave, which depicts the ascent from illusion to truth.
J. Michael Stebbins, Ph.D., has been appointed as the Toth/Lonergan Endowed Visiting Professor for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Director of Professional Services offers keys to becoming critically reflective career practitioners.
There will be opportunities for you to learn about what the TLTR has been doing and to help plan the direction for this year while enjoying traditional Oktoberfest food and Root Beer.
Prospective teachers honed their teaching skills in an unusual setting this summer: tennis camp.
Are you interested in studying or working abroad? Come and hear our Globetrotters who recently have done so in many countries.
Student Applications are open for the LinkedIn Learning Champion Program.
World-class soloists, groundbreaking art exhibitions, and Grammy award-winning musicians highlight this fall’s showcase.
Meet with academic advisors, professors, Career Center staff, and undergraduate students to discuss programs and careers.
In this session guest speaker Kevin Smith will discuss Fair Use and the grey areas as well as providing guidance to students.
As we kick off a new year, new leaders prepare to shape the future of Diplomacy with the Diploforlife community.
The Catholic Studies Program along with the Department of Religion proudly present, "Can a Catholic Critique of "Throwaway Culture" Pull Politics From The Brink?", on October 8, 2019 at 3 p.m.
Buccino Leaders learn about true servant-leadership in Limerick, Ireland through the College of Arts and Sciences.
Seven students visited Paris, France during a study abroad trip to learn more about the function and design of museums.
Writer Maria Kuznetsova explores a young immigrant's search for home in her much-talked about debut novel Oksana, Behave!
Cardinal Peter Turkson provides the opening address at the Just Peace Through Nonviolence Conference, Monday, September 30.
Starting with the Fall 2019 semester, Microsoft Teams will automatically integrate all courses as individual teams in Microsoft Teams, a digital hub that brings conversations, files and apps together in a single experience.
The Strategic Influencing Workshop Series, led by author and executive coach Lee Miller, returns to Seton Hall this fall.
This Wednesday, Sept. 4, a group of at least 400 Catholics met in the Church of St. Mary's/Newark Abbey to pray and to march.
Are you tired of emailing back and forth when editing documents? Do you wish you could work on documents with others, online, in real time?
Students toured the Google Headquarters in NY and the NJ State House in Trenton through the boot camps, held over the summer.
A gift from the estate of the late Henry F. Roman, a 1954 graduate, and his wife Maryann, to support the University Core.
Giant Leap Summer Science Workshop welcomes new cohort of high school students for explorations in STEM.
Seton Hall's chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) competes in international contest.
For 25 years, Walsh Library has stood as the cornerstone of Seton Hall’s pursuit of reason within our Catholic values.
Education Professor Katie Smith co-authored "5 Things to Consider Before Taking out a Student Loan," featured worldwide.
Charles Kelly is currently a sophomore at Seton Hall carrying on his family’s legacy of Pirate graduates.
The newly named Rodriguez Family Nonprofit Intern Scholarship will help to defray student expenses.
Renowned evidence scholar, D. Michael Risinger was featured in a six-part symposium for the Washington Post on forensics.
TESOL Program Launches New Initiatives for the 2019-2020 Academic Year
On Tuesday August 27, we had an "Opening Charge to the Core" by Dr. J. Michael Stebbins, visiting Toth-Lonergan scholar.
EDST Professor Provides Workshop to Teacher New Hires Joining the South Orange/Maplewood School District
Seton Hall was named among the top 12 percent of colleges in America for the mid-career salary of its alumni, $103,800.
The College of Communication and the Arts’ welcomed incoming students for Fall 2019 with an orientation and luncheon.
Seton Hall is welcoming three additions to its Board of Regents, including two new members and one Regent emeritus.
The Student Activities Board welcomed the Seton Hall community on the first day of classes with a petting zoo.
Museum Professions students used the Walsh Gallery to put museum theory into action, discovering how legal and ethical issues can affect exhibits while participating in an art installation project.
On Friday, Sept. 27, 2019, the School of Diplomacy and International Relations will host the 2019 Forum on Modern Slavery.
The first annual A&S Assembly is a ceremonial initiation into the "Oldest and Boldest" college on campus.
The latest volume of Arcadia: A Student Journal for Faith and Culture is now available.
Reflect on the 400th anniversary of the landing of enslaved Africans in Virginia on Friday August 30 at 12 noon on the Green.
The Stillman School's Gerald P. Buccino '63 Center for Leadership Development awarded $5,000 from the Investors Foundation.
Using her skills as an anthropologist, Rhonda Quinn, Ph.D., helps shed light on the identity of a long-buried New York woman.
Campus Ministry and the Chesterton Institute announce the schedule for Fall 2019's Monthly Spanish Mass.
The Class of 2023 has broken the record for most applicants, largest class, and highest average SAT and ACT scores.
The exhibition explores human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as creative action and critical inquiry.
Over 168 student events and activities will end your summer on a high note and get your fall semester started right!
Intern Spotlight on Public Relations major, Emily High, who landed a summer internship working with the design and merchandising teams at The Children's Place.
Seton Hall was recognized as a "Top College," a “Best College for your Money” and as a "College of Distinction."
Shawna Cooper-Gibson, Ed.D., a national leader in academic, co-curricular and multicultural student development, has been appointed Vice President of Student Services.
Recent graduate Santiago Losada received a Fulbright Award to teach English and conduct a research project in Moldova.
Robert Kelchen was recently recognized for his contributions to the literature on higher education.
Office of International Programs relaunches their #hallabroad travel photo contest on social media.
WSOU news director Robert Towey will lead a workshop at the International Student Radio Conference, University of Cambridge.
Heidi Campbell, renowned author of over 90 articles and books on media and religion, featured in newly published podcast.
Professor Yanzhong Huang testified before a bipartisan congressional panel on U.S. - China healthcare links on July 31.
Professor David Bossman has retired this year after 34 years of service to the Seton Hall community.
New grant for the development of new generation of photovoltaic devices (solar cells) has been awarded to Professor Mehmet Sahiner, from the Department of Physics.
A nationally recognized leader in higher education and health care administration, Dr. Joseph E. Nyre is Seton Hall's 21st President.
Martin Edwards, Ph.D., recently gave his analysis on the nomination of Kelly Craft to be ambassador to the United Nations.
Acting NJ Gov. Sheila Oliver visited the University to sign two bills to increase financial transparency for students.
Seton Hall Enrollment Services hosts a drive for the children of St. Joseph's who are in need of school supplies.
Sister Bosco Amakwe, teacher in the Core and the Department of Communication, invites Core Director to ordination in Nigeria.
After winning in 2016, WSOU was again named a finalist for the NAB's Marconi Award for Best College Radio Station in America.
Kylie Aoki is a student who understands the value of leadership and experience.
Mark B. Schlemmer was selected to serve as a social media journalist for the AAM’s Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo.
The School of Diplomacy hosted its inaugural PPIA Public Service Weekend Conference for an elite student group.
Stillman School of Business Dean Joyce Strawser elected to serve on the AACSB International Board of Directors.
The first College of Nursing Alumni Reunion celebrated the achievements of young nursing alumni this spring.
Getting to know the remarkable St. Catherine of Siena, a 14th century lay woman with a very modern appeal.
Katie Himics reflects on her experience as a museum educator at the Newark Museum, the birthplace of modern museum education theory.
Professor Mary Landriau participated in a roundtable with child welfare experts from 31 states and 3 tribal nations.
Two students and one alumna will be on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Social Workers - NJ.
Ed.D. student Maria Ortiz has been appointed as Executive Director of Student Life in Newark.
The newest class is half female; 58 students are from NJ; nine members of the class are Seton Hall alumni.
Catholic Studies adjunct faculty member, Father Joseph R. Laracy, was inducted into the inaugural class of Fellows of the International Institute of Informatics and Systemics for his contributions to interdisciplinary communication.
Stillman student, Surya Makkar, received a scholarship from the New Jersey Society for Information Management Foundation
Timothy Purnell, Ed.D. '08 is awarded the 2019 Many Are One Service Award.
Discover what the Museum Management track has to offer for current students, alumni and staff.
Seton Hall clinical interns among the top future educators in New Jersey.
Agnes “Tracy” Hooper Gottlieb ’75 reflects on her service to students as she moves back to full professor.
Caitlin Sarubbi, legally blind, received a scholarship from Lighthouse Guild to help achieve her dream of becoming a doctor.
Recent Education alumna Gabriella (Gabby) Bryce made serving others a hallmark of her Seton Hall career.
The University’s robust year of philanthropic engagement includes gifts from 11 percent of undergraduate alumni.
Rev. Dr. Forrest Pritchett read the Emancipation Proclamation at Juneteenth celebrations in Morris County on June 8th.
Deans Bonita Stanton, M.D. and David Kountz, M.D. have received the Edward J. Ill Excellence in Medicine Awards.
SLP professor highly specialized in the evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders.
The SHU-Guest network provides temporary access to the Seton Hall University wireless network on mobile devices and personal laptops.
The Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture announces the publication of volume 45, nos. 1 & 2 of The Chesterton Review.
After a national search, Seton Hall has been named the new home of the Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership.