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Lauren Lehan with Group
Seton Hall Nursing Student Accepted into Pediatric Externship at Children's Hospital

Lauren Lehan gained valuable experience during a prestigious summer externship in Philadelphia.

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School of Diplomacy Welcomes New Faculty

The School of Diplomacy would like to welcome new faculty members Nabeela Alam and Sara Moller.

Hugh Dugan
Hugh Dugan Appointed New Sharkey Scholar

The School of Diplomacy welcomes Hugh Dugan to its Sharkey Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program.

Haleys Awards
Haley Awards Celebrate Nursing Alumni The College of Nursing welcomes back alumni on Monday, October 5, to catch up and re-connect.
Brian K Muzas, Assistant Professor of Diplomacy and International Relations
Fr. Muzás Elected Secretary of NGO/DPI Exec. Committee of the UN

Diplomacy professor now Secretary of the NGO/DPI Executive Committee, which represents the interests of non-governmental organizations associated with the UN.

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Welcoming our Newest Pirates on Move-In Day

The Class of 2019 is large, geographically diverse and accomplished. 

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New Jersey Catholic Historical Commission Relaunches Newsletter

The New Jersey Catholic Historical Commission, based at Seton Hall University, relaunched its newsletter this summer.

Journalism Student Wins LI Scholarship
Journalism Student Wins LI Scholarship

Clayton Collier was the 2015 recipient of an annual scholarship presented by a New York Hospital Association.

Susan Rice
A Heroine Come to Life

Rising junior Leigha Wentz reflects on her experience of U.S. National Security Advisor Ambassador Susan Rice's visit to campus.

Diplomacy Welcomes Three New Board Members
Diplomacy Welcomes Three New Board Members

The School of Diplomacy appoints three new members to serve on the Board of Overseers.

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