International relations expert Kwame Akonor examines issues of Race around the UN Human Rights Council and a failure to act.
In the Media
Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research. Below is a sampling of recent media coverage.
Alumnus Craig McGraw '05 discusses Forbes Business Development Council and his "essential business" in the time of COVID-19.
Nicholas Snow discusses the personal relevance of a classic volume by Harold McNair on gas chromatography.
Catholic Studies Director Ines Murzaku discusses evangelism and the Pan-Amazon Synod.
Philosopher Vicente Medina explores definitions of terrorism and the use of violence.
Ines Murzaku discusses Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s recent call for Catholic unity and the Church’s moral teaching.
Matthew Hale discusses the significance of a national survey looking at taxes and tax reform.
Professors Murzaku, Capra and Milewski discuss their work on the life of St. Neilos, founder of Grottaferrata.
The timing is right for Christian Zeron, 2016 Pirates Pitch winner and Catholic Studies alumnus, whose vintage watch company is booming.
Professor Alan Brill, Cooperman/Ross Endowed Chair for Jewish-Christian Studies, discusses opportunities for a rabbi teaching religion in a Catholic setting.
Social work expert Dawn Apgar discusses parents’ difficult decisions around long-term care for the severely disabled, following the recent deaths in the Wanaque facility.
Political scientist Matthew Hale provides analysis of New Jersey primaries.
Historian and LaMotta Chair in Italian Studies William Connell provides a historical framework for the debate around Christopher Columbus.
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