10 Year Anniversary

Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute

Welcome! ¡Bienvenidos!

We want to extend a warm welcome to all new and returning students. We hope you will have a rewarding and successful academic year. This year the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute will be hosting a series of events across many disciplines on Latin American topics ranging from Latino immigration, leadership and the arts, to business, national and international politics and science.

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News and Events

  • Jaleo! 2015: On Wednesday, October 21, the Institute celebrated the 10th anniversary gala in New York. Thanks to the generous contributions of our sponsors and donors, many of the Institute’s scholars were given the opportunity to attend the Gala, which they greatly enjoyed. Read More »

  • Meet Gabriela Redhead, a Latina leader: At the Joseph A. Unanue Institute we are proud to recognize our scholars. As a first generation college student in her family studying Finance and Information Technology, Gabriela Redhead has made our Seton Hall community proud. Read more about Gabriela’s accomplishments »

  • Students Show Leadership Through Service: Two recipients of the Lider Award from the Joseph A. Unanue Institute, Chloe Mullen-Wilson and Jaquelin Rivas-Tejada, give back to their communities by organizing projects to keep at-risk young adults on the right track. Both Seton Hall students agree that there are lessons in life that can’t be taught in the class room. Read More »



Denisse OllerA dynamic, multidimensional communicator with many passions and interests, Denisse is a both a consummate journalist and the Executive Director of the Joseph A. Unanue Institute at Seton Hall University. During her tenure, Denisse has successfully transformed the mission and raised the profile of the Unanue Institute, creating a successful mentorship program linking Seton Hall Alumni with undergraduate and building effective partnerships with the advisory board, key contributors in the corporate and private sector as well as related community based organizations.

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