Charlotte Nichols co-authored a documentary history of the Renaissance Naples with English-translated and commentaries.
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Bring your team of 4-6 to McNulty Hall on May 4. Receive a NASA/Apollo Lego kit and work together to assemble it.
The Petersheim Academic Exposition will feature several symposiums hosted by the Martin Luther King Leadership Program.
How do you combine an invaluable education, cultural appreciation and cherished experiences into one week? Ask Pallavi Shahi.
School of Diplomacy's Hugh Dugan appointed Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs at the State Department.
Lewinson Center presents The Path to Progress: A Policy Forum on How to Save New Jersey. See firsthand how government works.
Historian and bestselling author Danielle McGuire spoke at the Conference on Women and Gender at Seton Hall University.
Core Fellow, Travis Stevens, received an Innovation Project Grant in order to created a gamification project for Core I.
Dozens of Seton Hall students submitted photos of their globetrotting adventures. Three winning images made the final cut.
Professor David Wood immerses himself in Libya to prepare aid recommendations and encourage peace in their ongoing conflict.
Professor Matthew Pressman's book, On Press, received the 2019 PROSE Award from the Association of American Publishers.
Bernadette McVey and Maureen Byrnes receive the Emma Quartaro Woman of the Year Award.
Video from the Seton Hall Sports Business and Media Ethics Symposium featuring ESPN's Bob Ley and Stephen A. Smith.
Seton Hall undergraduate social work students participate in the Legislative Education and Advocacy Day in Trenton.
WSOU-FM staff member Jose Feliciano '20 was named a Ria's Rising Stars winner at the Worldwide Radio Summit in Burbank, CA.
Associate Professor Andrew Simon and his Seton Hall colleagues donate resurfaced laptops to those in need around the globe.
Seton Hall hosted a Continuing Legal Education seminar focused on cyber security and real estate development opportunities.
Alumna, Amy Giuliano, will take the audience on a visual church history lesson through the eternal city of Rome.
At the end of the trip, students submitted a photo entry along with a caption that perfectly summed up their experience.
Dr. Catherine Tinker Donates Over 100 Literary Works by Latin American Writers to the Unanue Institute.
The School of Diplomacy is pleased to welcome the U.S.-Pakistan Interreligious Consortium (UPIC) to Seton Hall.
Dr. Thomas A. Brettell, renowned former crime lab director to speak on the opioid crisis and and crime labs.
Fourth part of Inclusion Speaker Series is open to all Seton Hall faculty, administrators, staff, and students.
The Unanue Institute is hosting an exhibit and panel for Charter Week on the Catholic symbolism of Cesar Chavez and the UFW.
The Institute for Communication and Religion hosts Swami Sarvapriyananda for a discussion on fostering religious harmony.