|2015 International Celebration Month|
2015 International Celebration Month is here!
|Slavic Music: A Captivating Journey|
"Slavic Music: A Captivating Journey" Concert by the acclaimed International Concert Violinist, Dr. David Podles.
|A&S Faculty Experts Take On Papal Visit|
Arts and Sciences faculty appear in a number of print and broadcast media offering their commentary on the Papal visit.
|Japanese Calligraphy: Express Yourself|
This workshop is for SHU students who want to learn and experience Japanese calligraphy.
|Sushi: International Cuisine|
International Month 2015 hosts "Sushi: International Cuisine" on Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Beck Room.
|A Guest Lecture on the Law of the Sea|
Theologian William George, Ph.D. delves into questions of international law and addressing ocean-related conflicts.
|Meet Our Leader: Cara Richardson|
A Fulbright finalist, Cara Richardson minored in Italian and studied abroad in Rome.
|MPA Students Present at Chicago Conference|
Jarrod Crockett & Pau Aragay, students from the Masters in Public Administration program presented their papers at NACC.
|CIA Operative on Russian Intelligence|
Scott Uehlinger, a retired CIA station chief, on his experience of intelligence work in the former Soviet Union
|Africana Studies Speaker-Lecture Series|
Africana Studies hosts authors Tiphanie Yanique and Anton Nimblett.
|‘The Rock’ in Fahy Moves to its New Home|
The Native American petroglyph was moved to its new home in the Walsh Library.
|Meet Interim Dean Chrysanthy Grieco|
From professor to interim dean - learn more about the accomplished new leader of the College of Arts and Sciences.
|The Synod on the Family|
The Department of Catholic Studies - The Synod on the Family. The Two shall become One Flesh.
|Nicky Beer reads at SHU|
Poet Nicky Beer will read at 7 p.m. on September 30th in the Faculty Lounge as part of Poetry-in-the-Round.
|Professor on Pre-Colonial Philippine Culture|
Professor Cherubim A. Quizon will present on the sophistication of pre-colonial Philippine culture, gold and textiles.
|Join the new Exito Leadership Club|
The Éxito Leadership Club is a leadership development program established by the Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute.
|Karen Russell reads for Poetry-in-the-Round|
Karen Russell, one of the most heralded writers in America, will read at 7 pm in the Chancellor's Suite on October 21st.
|Greetings from the Academic Resource Center!|
The ARC is here to help you improve, progress, and succeed at Seton Hall. We offer tutoring, workshops and more!
|Save the Date|
Alberto Italian Studies Institute events for the Fall 2015.
|Dr. Murzaku Publishes Book on Monasticism in Eastern Europe|
Dr. Ines Angeli Murzaku published a new book entitled:
Monasticism in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Republics.
|A Family in the Making|
New Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Plus Program students begin the transition from high
school to the world of college.
|2015 Issue of Arcadia is Published|
2015 Issue of Arcadia - Department of Catholic Studies Student Journal for Faith and Culture - is published
|Faculty Members Win Balkan Fulbright Awards|
Susan A. Nolan and James J. Kimble to Serve as Fulbright Scholars in Southeastern Europe in 2015-2016.
|Seton Hall Screens Documentary by Alumnus|
SHU grad Kevin McLaughlin unveils new documentary on the 1967 Newark riots.
|Healthy Mind & Body Charity Walkathon|
Join The Three Doctors Foundation and Seton Hall’s EOP & PMPDPP in stepping toward a healthy lifestyle!
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