Jamila T. Davis, the Practitioner in Residence for Seton Hall’s Center for Community Research and Engagement, was featured on State of Affairs for her work with Newark and East Orange.
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Professors Ines Angeli Murzaku, Nancy Enright, and Jeffrey Morrow nurture students in the heart of the faith.
Seton Hall hosted a meeting of leading local researchers focused on biochemistry, microbiology, and infectious diseases.
Gregory Floyd, Ph.D., Director of Seton Hall’s Center for Catholic Studies and the Lonergan Institute has been awarded a Lonergan Fellowship from Boston College for the Spring and Summer of 2023.
25 years of living, sharing and deepening Catholic Identity at Seton Hall. The Center for Catholic Studies will host a cocktail reception to honor its founders on Dec. 14 at 6 p.m.in Bethany Hall.
Calvino uses data visualization and art to examine mortgage approval rates among Latinx borrowers in his interdisciplinary project that illuminates social justice and equity issues.
Delta Epsilon Sigma recognizes academic accomplishments, fosters scholarly activities and encourages a sense of intellectual community among its members.
Assistant Professor Gregory Wiedman received part of a five-year National Institutes for Health research grant to develop a pathway to treat a deadly fungal disease, Cryptococcus neoformans.
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute honored three Latino role models at its fundraiser for student scholarships, Fiesta Latina Gala, on Thursday, October 27.
The Scholars' Forum in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition welcomes Dr. Dermot Quinn, Professor of History and Editor of The Chesterton Review, who will discuss the importance of G. K. Chesterton.
Rabbi Alan Brill, Ph.D., delivered a lecture for The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies’ annual lecture in honor of the life and legacy of its founding director, Monsignor John M. Oesterreicher.
The G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture cordially invites you to a screening of "A Chestertonian Conversation with Father Ian Boyd"
Jiya Sharma awarded Sallie Mae Fund Bridging the Dream Scholarship.
Rabbi Alan Brill presents keynote at International Summit of Religious Leaders
Sophomore Janasia Carter obtains an internship with the United States Pretrial Services District of New Jersey in Downtown Newark.
An ongoing weekly opportunity for communal prayer of the Rosary—the Tuesday Night Rosary—for all members of the University community.
The Center for Catholic Studies hosted the Science and Religion Institute professional development day for science and religion teachers in NJ Catholic Schools.
Renowned philosopher Robert Mayhew is on a quest to discover, translate and piece together forgotten works of ancient scholars.
Poet Nicole Terez Dutton Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
The Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) launched PolicyLab in Spring 2022 in response to the misinformation surrounding New Jersey’s most pressing social and political issues.
Slavoj Žižek, the internationally renowned academic referred to as “the Elvis of cultural theory,” returned to Seton Hall to present "Why Do We Enjoy Feeling Ashamed?" Full video available.
Following recent antisemitic events, the Sister Rose Thering Fund encourages the community to ask questions, engage with faculty, and seek out resources for knowledge and education.
On Thursday, Nov. 10th, 2022, at 6:30 p.m., in Fahy 236, SHU’s Hillel & the Slavic Club will beshowcasing the movie "EUROPA EUЯOPA”. Come to relax while snacking & watching this fascinating movie.
In honor of National Arts & Humanities Month, the life and work of the late art professor Edwin "Ed" Havas and his impact within the Seton Hall community is highlighted.
The award-winning poet and accomplished scholar will deliver a poetry reading and philosophy lecture.
Slavoj Žižek, the internationally renowned academic known as “the most dangerous philosopher in the West,” is returning to Seton Hall to present a talk entitled “Why Do We Enjoy Feeling Ashamed?”