The ICR was awarded a Lilly Grant for a conference, "Communication and Religion in the Year of a U.S. Presidential Election."
Derrick Nelson, Ed.D. '13, recently passed away from complications of a bone marrow transplant donor operation to aid a child.
The Sister Rose Thering Fund will honor David M. Bossman and Deborah Lerner Duane at the 26th annual Evening of Roses event.
Thirteen distinguished faculty selected to receive the URC Awards for summer stipends and research grants were honored.
English and Classics major Brian Pulverenti was named a 'Great Mind.'
National recognition was given to students as they move on to top social work graduate programs or employment in the field.
The School of Health and Medical Sciences graduate students have the opportunity to travel abroad for academic and clinical experience during their first two years..
Aspiring Kindness Foundation event benefits students, fire prevention and education programs with MC Glenn Schuck '85, WINS.
The Teaching, Learning & Technology Center is pleased to announce the awardees of the 2019 Faculty Innovation Grants and the 2020 Call for Proposals.
Newest student-run publication "The Heart of the Hall" started by economics major Ben Jaros.
CommArts' Angela Kariotis Kotsonis brought her passion for communication to an educational workshop and oratorical festival.
The New Jersey Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration presented Roseanne Mirabella with its 2019 Award.
Communication and the Arts graduates first 4-year class since College launch in 2015.
Unanue Scholars received their degrees before they embark on careers focused on serving others.
The Walsh Gallery will present "Pirates Beyond Play: The History and Art of Setonia Athletics, 1856-2006."
With graduation now behind them, students from the Buccino Center are preparing to transition from college to employment.
Twelve seniors from the Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Program at Seton Hall University graduated on May 20, 2019.
The Fund's Celebration of Education Reception recognizes the winners of its high school essay contest and teacher-scholars.
The Abd el Kader research team travels to D.C. to brief the Pentagon, the White House, and U.S. Army Africa provide recommendations to top government officials.
For the Class of 2019 graduation, Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Ley '76 gave the commencement address.
Professor Matthew Pressman was featured in The Atlantic detailing the influence of the old NY Daily News on President Trump.
With ESPN's Bob Ley '76, Seton Hall will celebrate commencement on Monday, May 20 at 9 a.m. at the Prudential Center, Newark.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts hosted a luau-themed carnival welcoming adults with developmental disabilities to campus.
Adjunct faculty member, Dr. Roger Alfani, has a book coming out next month about the church's role in peace-making.
For the fourth consecutive year, faculty from across the university will participate in the Summer Writing Retreat.
On Sunday April 28th, 23 students were initiated into the Catholic Church through the Sacraments of Initiation.
Graduate student, Amatullah Shaw, and her classmates reflect on their study seminar in Ethiopia.
Rev. Forrest M. Pritchett, Ph.D., has been honored with three awards for his lifetime of leadership in the community.
Graduating B.S.W. student receives a full tuition scholarship to attend the number one M.S.W. program in the country this fall.
The American Forensic Association awarded Sam Ohrenberger-Hopkins the Most Outstanding New Coach Award for 2019.
Chinese language students visited one of the rare authentic Chinese Scholar Gardens in the U.S.
The Unanue Institute congratulates all Class of 2019 graduating Unanue Scholars as they enter society as servant leaders.
Double Major Ready to Start his Third Internship.
Jon Radwan, Ph.D., discussed Saint Augustine's rhetoric at LCC International University.
The artwork of Core Fellow Ksenija Puskaric will be on display from May 8 through May 31 in the windows of Walsh Gallery.
A Homecoming to Remember: Seton Hall Alumnus set to present the SHMS Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony Address.
Presentations for the Interdisciplinary teams continued this past Friday.
Interdisciplinary team projects teach the 83 freshmen in the Buccino Leadership Institute collaboration and peer leadership.
With Environmental Studies Professor Wanda Knapik, students inventoried trees for the South Orange Environmental Commission.
Prospective students presented their proposals for advancing the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals on April 26.
Princeton University scholar Nell Irvin Painter will discuss The Invention of Race and Its Implications.
Seeking to honor a cherished family member, Drs. Larry and Renee Robinson have established an endowed scholarship.
Danny Schoch '09 is a stuntman who has performed in shows from Gotham to Netflix's upcoming film, The Irishman.
William Pace's Third Party Witness has been featured in festivals in New Jersey, Florida, Ohio and soon, New York.
Seminarian Deacon Andrew J. De Silva reflected on his Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE).
The M.A. in Communication has tracks in Digital Communication & Communication Technologies and Communication in Organizations
Speech Language Pathology Student Organization earns 2019 Gold Chapter Honors.
Senior, Mr. Nick Cozzerelli '19, Biology Major and Catholic Studies and Italian double minor is accepted to medical school.
Literary editing and publishing panel to take place on Friday, May 10th at 4:00 p.m. in Fahy 129.
The 2019 TLTC Summer Series will be offering seven exciting sessions on a variety of topics. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend these free events.
Dr. Philip Moremen and Dr. Catherine Tinker were honored as Seton Hall Teachers of the Year.
Dr. Ann Marie Murphy is awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to conduct research in Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The Unanue Institute celebrates the accomplishments of past, present, and future scholars at Second Annual Scholarship Brunch.
Joseph Patrnchak praised the University's commitment to servant leadership in two special programs.
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari screened his documentary, Why They Kill, at the West Point Military Academy and the World Bank.
Leadership Interdisciplinary teams present their semester's long projects last Friday.
Language development experts and co-authors, Dr. Brian B. Shulman, Dean, and Dr. Nina Capone Singleton provide insight on the influences of language development in children.
A research project by Moira Kendra, D.N.P. '17,will have a significant effect on COPD treatment.
The Division of Volunteer Efforts journeyed to El Salvador for the 15th year, engaging students in a ministry of presence.
Abe Zakhem and Elizabeth McCrea were recently awarded the prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities Connections Grant.
Mr. McGraw is a successful alum of Seton Hall who makes it a priority to give back to the school and its current students.
The 39th Annual Golf Classic will be held on Thursday, June 27 to benefit seminarians and honor K of C State Deputy of NJ.
The Setonian family is mourning the loss of Ellen O'Kane Tauscher '74, a trailblazer in the worlds of finance, politics and diplomacy.
Four students were honored for their service to others at the 15th annual Servant Leader Awards.
Seton Hall Class of '19 families can set the bar high for future class years by participating in the Senior Family Challenge.
Swami Sarvapriyananda spoke about how to achieve religious harmony from a Hindu perspective.
Amy Chin shares her responsibilities and goals as the student leader of the Strategic Communication Initiative.
Helping to minimize student stress before finals at the Mind Body Spirit Fest will be yoga with a family of goats.
Emma Tobin, a diplomacy and philosophy student from California, receives Truman, Boren and Critical Language Scholarships.
Charlotte Nichols co-authored a documentary history of the Renaissance Naples with English-translated and commentaries.
Christopher Tienken awarded Outstanding Book by the Society of Professors of Education for Defying Standardization.
Bring your team of 4-6 to McNulty Hall on May 4. Receive a NASA/Apollo Lego kit and work together to assemble it.
Jonathan Merida shares why he chose Seton Hall to continue his graduate career.
The poll's results were featured in USA Today, Yahoo Finance, The Morning Consult and a Tweet from The Washington Post.
William Connell receives prestigious 2019 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship to research Migrant Labor in Renaissance Florence.
Alpha Sigma Phi hosted their first annual Miles After Myles event to benefit DBSA in support of mental health.
Seminar in conjunction with the 24th Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Symposium and Poster Session.
Business leadership students visited Vayner Productions, learning the importance of change management and vision.
Five WSOU students were selected as winners in the 72nd Annual Memorial Journalism Awards competition.
The generosity of the University community, raising $331,559 from 2,045 donors in 36 hours, will have a transformative impact.
Senior Rachel Haggerty was accepted to the National Association of Broadcasters’ six-month Technology Apprenticeship Program.
This one day course explores how to navigate collaborative relationships with families in an age cultural variables.
UPitchNJ, an innovative statewide collegiate business model competition, to showcase the top student talent on April 26.
The Petersheim Academic Exposition will feature several symposiums hosted by the Martin Luther King Leadership Program.
The Office of Public Relations and Marketing is hosting the "Great Minds on the Green" celebration with the Petersheim Expo.
How do you combine an invaluable education, cultural appreciation and cherished experiences into one week? Ask Pallavi Shahi.
Elizabeth Shehata is one of the select undergraduates who will attend the 2019 Summer Institute in Bioethics at Yale.
Three siblings cross the globe to attend Seton Hall and share Pirate Pride.
Samantha Seitz landed an internship with JPMorgan Chase & Co. and will be working as a full-time analyst upon graduation.
The first-ever Catholic Writers Retreat at Seton Hall will be held from June 7 to June 9.
School of Diplomacy's Hugh Dugan appointed Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs at the State Department.
Celebrating 'Great Minds' with Seton Hall trivia competitions, brain games, branded giveaways, a photo booth and much more.
Lewinson Center presents The Path to Progress: A Policy Forum on How to Save New Jersey. See firsthand how government works.
Tune is to WSOU's Thank God For Monday for a special interview with Staysha Taylor on her career journey & lessons learned.
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures demonstrates student accomplishments and celebrates our diversity.
Historian and bestselling author Danielle McGuire spoke at the Conference on Women and Gender at Seton Hall University.
Core Fellow, Travis Stevens, received an Innovation Project Grant in order to created a gamification project for Core I.
The work of playwriting student, Kelly Murphy, was performed at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre in New York City.
A production associate for VideoLink, Leanna Agresta '18 manages in-house, professional TV studios called ReadyCams.
Sir Steven Cowley delivers "Bringing Down the Cost and Scale of Fusion Energy," the Fr. Stanley L. Jaki Distinguished Lecture.