Seton Hall University hosted its eighth annual Pirates Pitch for High School Students Contest. Ten student finalists competed for cash prizes and scholarships during the 'Shark Tank' style contest.
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Findings from the most recent Seton Hall Sports Poll were featured by Axios and by Grant Wahl, the leading soccer journalist in North America.
Associate Professor of Finance Hongfei Frank Tang received a Bright Ideas Award for his article which appeared in the journal, International Review of Financial Analysis.
Senior Finance and Marketing major Quincy Slay earned the Young Rising Star Award from the Urban League of Hudson County for his positive impact on the community.
Economics Professor Analyzes NJ Clean Energy Options for Garden State Initiative and USA Today Network
Danielle Zanzalari presents her analysis in "More Bang for Our Buck: Revisiting the Garden State’s Clean Energy Subsidies."
Students are invited on a tour of a fast-growing technology venture founded by Stillman entrepreneur Bryan Jakovcic '09
Among the many leadership qualities needed for success, Andrew Aguilera ’18 explains in the Fall 2022 issue of In the Lead magazine how problem-solving remains a critical skill.
Associate Professor Penina Orenstein is mapping pre-and post-pandemic supply chain structures to understand what’s driving inflation and production issues.
Tommy Pasquale, a marketing and management major within the Stillman School of Business who graduated from Seton Hall in 2020, has embarked on a walk across America to benefit homeless veterans.
Everyone is invited to watch the virtual Pirates Pitch for High School Students Competition. The top 10 finalists will vie for more than $50K in prizes and scholarships.
Public Says LIV Has Diminished PGA and Pro Golf; By More than 2 to 1 Margin, Say LIV Is Saudi ‘Sportswashing’
In a new national poll, the public said that LIV has diminished PGA and pro golf and,by more than a 2 to 1 margin, said LIV is Saudi "sportswashing."
Current leadership styles may be mismatched in today’s healthscape. Professor Anne M. Hewitt outlines how leaders can adopt a more responsive approach in the Fall 2022 issue of In the Lead magazine.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that 43 Percent of Americans say the Britney Griner Punishment ‘Unfair,’ as 62 percent say she’s a Russian "political pawn."
During the 2022 Doing Business in India Trip, a student group led by Dr. Amar met local entrepreneurs, toured factories, and visited UNESCO world heritage sites.
Many healthcare leaders have experienced high workforce shortages. Author Ritu Gupta Jai details how to reverse this trend in the Fall 2022 issue of In the Lead magazine.
The Poll found that a majority of fans say $10 million fine and one year suspension “strong enough” for Phoenix Suns owner; by 3 to 1 say Paypal should be able to walk away from sponsorship.
First civilian commended with Distinguished Alumnus Faculty Award for her dedication, academic excellence and service.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll on Yankee slugger Aaron Judge and the single season home run record was featured by ESPN, USA Today, Yahoo, 1010 WINS News and TV News 12 throughout NJ, NY and CT.
In the Fall 2022 issue of In the Lead magazine, author Stephen Dwight provides ways leaders can strengthen the succession management process and guide it through with favorable results.
In a celebration of Women Entrepreneurship Week all students are invited to meet entrepreneur Alissa Lopez '19 and participate in a Pitch Slam! Prizes to top winners!