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.
The National Security Fellowship (NSF) graduate student research team briefed the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on Tuesday, May 10.
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.
Alumnus Bernie Wagenblast uses the skills he learned to help WSOU and St. Michael Church in Cranford.
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.
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
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.
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.
Alumnus and His Family Commit $1 Million towards Renovations of the 60-Year-Old Student Building.
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!
Professor James J. Kimble again set the historic record straight, producing publicly for the first time the only known portrait of J. Howard Miller, the artist who created the "We Can Do It!" poster.
Ernesto Morillo, a Ph.D. candidate in Higher Education, Leadership, Management, and Policy at Seton Hall, was appointed the new chief of police for the South Orange police department.
The Department of Alumni Engagement and Philanthropy is proud to announce the newest Alumni Board of Directors president. She will begin her term on July 1, 2022.
Seton Hall Law alumnus Joseph A. Torcivia, Esq. and his family make a major gift commitment for scholarships and the new basketball practice facility.
Seton Hall is gearing up for its fifth annual Giving Day celebration. The entire community will join Hall Together on behalf of students to make this year the biggest Giving Day yet.
Three decades of support from Peter N. Larson ’74 JD and Maury Cartine, ’70 BSB/’76 JD.
Alumni and supporters are stepping up with early gifts to help fund the complete renovation of their University Center.
Since surviving the 9/11 attack, Gilda Healy has moved on to become a successful entrepreneur. Featured in a recent documentary, she recounts her experience of the attack and life in the aftermath.
Georgetown University researchers found that Seton Hall alumni earn an additional $1.4 million over their career, which placed the University in the Top 10 percent nationally for student ROI.
Buccino Leadership Institute Namesake Offers Students Insight on the 10 Fundamental Pillars of Leadership
As a student at Seton Hall, Daniela Maquera Sardon zeroed in on building her confidence and gaining the research skills needed to help fight for education and economic equality.
Chair of the Board of Regents, Kevin H. Marino, Esq. ’84 and his wife, Rita Marino, M.A.E. ’94, donate $1 million to establish an endowed professorship at the Law School.
Alumna Tara Jairdullo M.A. '20 makes history as she receives a historic promotion to lieutenant of the South Brunswick Police Department.
An initiative of Seton Hall’s Institute for Communication and Religion, CORECast will explore topics taught in Core I and Core II classes.