Every generation of Setonians needs to reflect upon the University’s history and mission and make it their own. Too seldom do we take the time to consider what is most important to us as a University
On January 3, Seton Hall will welcome Mary Kate Naatus, Ph.D., to the position of Assistant Provost and Dean of Continuing and Professional Education.
Diplomacy Syllabi Collection Gets Worldwide Attention through SHU`s eRepository for Recruitment and Student Support
Since 2020, the School of Diplomacy and International Relations Syllabi have been downloaded over 15,000 times in SHU's eRepository at almost 1100 institutions in over 160 countries.
The Pre-Professional Advising Center hosted a Live Suture Clinic, providing students from all majors and prospective career paths an opportunity to work together and develop suturing skills.
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.
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.
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.
The Pre-Professional Advising Center hosted internet sensation Dr. Ryan Gray to discuss how to write an effective personal statement as part of their "Application Bootcamp" Series!
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.
To foster collaboration within the Institute, the Fall 2022 Student Council has created a new onboarding process for incoming freshmen students.
Second-year grad student Mia Oliveri took the Brookhaven National Laboratory’s Summer 2022 Nuclear Nonproliferation, Safeguards, and Security in the 21st Century course (NNSS).
The G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture cordially invites you to a screening of "A Chestertonian Conversation with Father Ian Boyd"
Seton Hall University is pleased to welcome three new and one returning member to its Board of Regents who jointly bring decades of expertise in healthcare, management, philanthropy and other areas.
For the third consecutive year, the public relations programs within the College of Communication and the Arts have been named to PRNEWS Group’s Education A-List.
The School is pleased to welcome back Ambassador László Molnár as a Tom and Ruth Sharkey Distinguished Visiting Scholar for the 2022-2023 academic year.
While the war in Ukraine rages on, the timely introduction of the course in Religion, Race and International Relations brings debate to the classroom.
The Brownson Speech and Debate Team hosted the Ed Leonard Memorial Tournament, after continued success at both the American Forensic Association District Qualifier and the Harvest Festival Tournament.
The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey awarded the College of Nursing a grant to purchase the i-Human Patients platform for training nurse practitioner students.
The Center for Catholic Studies hosted the Science and Religion Institute professional development day for science and religion teachers in NJ Catholic Schools.
Poet Nicole Terez Dutton Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
The College of Education announces the newly reconstructed Law Enforcement Executive Leadership graduate program to provide rigorous and progressive instruction for law enforcement leaders.
Professor Jane McManus of Seton Hall University’s School of Communications and the Arts has joined the Buccino Leadership Institute as the Director of the Communications and the Arts cohort.
Dr. Omayra Arocho and Dr. Brian Conners of Seton Hall University’s College of Education and Human Services have joined the Buccino Leadership Institute as Co-Directors of the Education cohort.
The College of Education and Human Studies has teamed up with the Paterson Public School District to help build a robust pipeline of teachers bound for urban school districts.
The award-winning poet and accomplished scholar will deliver a poetry reading and philosophy lecture.