Focused on the impact of COVID-19, the topic for this week's expert panel will be "Children: Education and Safety."
Students virtually present their proposals towards achieving the UN's Global Goals in this year's SDG Challenge.
Stillman graduate lands his dream job.
Diplomacy students participate in U.S. Army War College simulation of peace talks following the end of the Syrian Civil War.
Despite the negative news all around us, we have some good news to share from the Core, regarding several Core faculty.
Seton Hall study abroad students connect virtually with their counterparts at Surcolombiana University in Colombia.
When the K-12 school closings started happening in mid-March, TESOL alumna Ms. Alissa Ricci was already prepared.
Stillman MBA Graduate's Success Story: 'Ko on the Go'
Director of Online Programs and Associate Professor, Dr. Fredline M'Cormack-Hale, was named 2020's Online Teacher of the Year.
Graduating during a pandemic, the Class of 2020 have proven themselves Seton Hall Strong and prepared to make their mark.
Obviously, by wearing a face mask, the mouth will be impaired in making any expressions. What will remain to us?
Attorneys from Santomassimo Davis LLP discuss intellectual property and other legal matters involved in starting a business.
The panel on research and ethics in a pandemic features president of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities.
The University pledged an additional $200,000 in scholarships for its recent grads and alumni to pursue graduate degrees.
Testimony chronicles Seton Hall’s early actions in response to coronavirus pandemic, preparations for fall, and appreciation of legislative support for higher education institutions.
Felipe Pereira, Class of '20, and alumni Joseph Montesano, and Christina Stanhope are taking their BA Philosophy to new heights.
The University emerged as an early leader in responding to and advancing through the health crises and is at the forefront of efforts to implement cost-saving strategies.
The directors of The Career Center offer helpful tips and access to resources to graduates in this unprecedented job market.
Three newly-minted Seton Hall graduates are heading back to school — this time as high school teachers.
Class of 2020 College of Nursing MSN graduate Izee Mer Dizon is in high demand with multiple job offers already lined up.
Works created by undergraduate students in the College of Communication and the Arts are now on display via digital platform.
Student researchers offer findings and recommendations to U.S. officials from the State Department and Department of Defense.
"Student Art in the Time of COVID-19" combines artwork, visual and written, by students in several Core English classes.
Buccino Leaders successfully secure jobs in finance, accounting, marketing and other highly sought after business sectors.
Recognizing the hard work, determination and accomplishments of the Class of 2020 with a weeklong online celebration.
The panel on discrimination in a Time of COVID will feature ER Doctor and Alum named by Oprah Winfrey a 'premier role model.'
Class of 2020 graduates Keith Egan and Joe Binder reflect on their growth with Pirate Sports Network as they begin their careers in broadcasting.
Setonians who are making a positive impact through their research, scholarship and service are honored.
The project, recording the Seton Hall community's pandemic experience, will be featured in College & Research Libraries News.
Believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, the course will examine the myriad law and policy issues of the pandemic.
This year's Summer Writing Retreat will be held virtually, May 20-22.
Johannes Zakrzewski talked about the ongoing viral pandemic — and also his research into cancer immunotherapies in the thymus.
Paschal Nwako, Ph.D., a graduate of the Health Sciences PhD program in the School of Health and Medical Sciences, leads in the fight against Coronavirus.
35 exceptional students studying Religion, Catholic theology, and Catholic studies were inducted into Theta Alpha Kappa.
The Psychology Department celebrated the accomplishments of its students at a virtual reception on April 24.
Greek and Roman coin and rare Native American basketry collections added to Google Arts and Culture
The Career Center honors students at the Virtual 2020 Experiential Education Awards, from each school and college, for their excellence and achievements.
Chinese students and alumni from the China MBA Program donated protective equipment to front-line workers in Essex County.
M.A. in Museum Professions students curate and launch online exhibition, “Stress in the Time of COVID."
CommArts students' presentations on communication in Abrahamic scriptures were also featured in a NCA digital poster series.
Stillman alumna and entrepreneur Alissa Lopez launches Families Do to help parents balance work and family demands.
John Murzaku, a mathematics and Catholic studies double major was selected as a Google Summer of Code 2020 paid participant.
School of Health and Medical Sciences Professor Bryan Pilkington will present an interdisciplinary panel featuring the Hastings Center's Nancy Berlinger.
Seton Hall’s four-year graduation rate is 24 points higher than the last reported national average; 11% graduate in less than four.
Seton Hall launches a week-long digital celebration to recognize and give thanks to its nursing community.
Jeffrey Morrow, Professor of Undergraduate Theology, was interviewed by John DeRosa on “The Classical Theism Podcast.”
The Joseph A. Unanue Latino Institute congratulates and celebrates its graduating scholarship cohort.
Graduate students in CommArts embrace teamwork and collaboration in light of the transition to remote learning.
Empowered by her instructional technology classes, senior Erin Luna creatively shifted her preschool class to remote learning.
New course, started amid COVID-19, shows doctors-in-training how to ply their trade remotely.
Students Awarded the Religion Department's Reverend John M. Ballweg '52 Prize for Essays in Theology and Religious Studies
Another successful year for the Religion Department's undergraduate essay contest in theology and religious studies.
Digital gathering highlights accomplishments of top student researchers. Nominations continue for a Great Mind of the Week.
In Core II students can read Simone Weil's take on how study can make us holy.
The Institute for Communication and Religion hosts an international panel discussion on Kashmir’s communications blackout.
Members of the Seton Hall community help teach leadership to students at Frelinghuysen Middle School through SOAR program.
Management Professor Pamela Adams shares 5 tips to unleash user innovation and address financial challenges of COVID-19.
Physician Assistant Student Society of Seton Hall University (PASSSHU) organized a COVID-19 relief fundraiser to aid healthcare workers.
On May 28th and 29th, the Center for Catholic Studies will host the twenty-second annual Faculty Summer Seminar, "Discerning the Spirit," co-sponsored by the Center for Vocation & Servant Leadership.
Work of William Haney Recognized by Blind Jury of Artists and Experts for the 2020 London International Creative Competition.
The Msgr. James Cafone Catholic Mission Vitae Gaudium Award recognizes Seton Hall University Seniors.
Communication Professor James J. Kimble, who specializes in the rhetoric and messaging of WWII, answers questions on Covid-19
5 tips on how to practice responsible outdoor exercise in a time of social distancing.
Catholic Studies and biology student Giselle Pineda won the 2020 Petersheim Student Travel Award.
Seton Hall University wins the 2020 ESL-Big East League of Legends Tournament in a 3-1 win over Villanova.
Steve Adubato addressed selected students at a Leadership Master class.
Two new partnerships offer exciting opportunities to expand students' global perspectives.
Pirates LaunchPad Summer Venture Accelerator Program is a new resource for student entrepreneurs.
Special Education and School Counseling were ranked among the top master's programs in the U.S.
CFA Institute Research Challenge Team won the Americas championship, one of only five teams to compete in the Global Finals.
College of Nursing's Assistant Professor Katherine Connolly shares the story of nurses facing the COVID-19 pandemic head on.
Two Stillman student entrepreneurs, co-founders of Edith, are competing in the statewide collegiate UPitchNJ competition
Political Analysis Editor in Chief, Senior Marlene Da Cruz, describes publishing student run Poli Sci journal during COVID-19.
Some Core II are reading Friedrick Nietzsche, German philosopher from the nineteenth century.
Seton Hall offers virtual infosessions which cover topics of interest for prospective, admitted and transfer students .
Seton Hall triumphs in Day of Caring that supported students experiencing hardship due to the coronavirus.
Alexandra Wells and George Rodriguez selected for Undergraduate Workshop at the McNeil Center for Early American Studies.
The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) is now ranked #3 in best online colleges for value.
Cara Blue Adams has published an essay in The Believer entitled “Experimental Fiction Panel at the End of the World.”
The Seton Hall Sports Poll on pandemic response was featured throughout the world, including four times by The New York Times.
Bioethics professor, Dr. Bryan Pilkington, explains the need for collaboration to address the ethical challenges of COVID-19.
Catholic Studies will induct 30 Seton Hall students to Delta Epsilon (Alpha Mu-Seton Hall chapter) on Thursday, April 30.
In three recent publications, EDST faculty provides language teachers guidance in how to make culture teaching more inclusive.
Latino Institute features diverse speakers in new virtual series, "Virtual Cafe con Joes."
Assistant professor Frank Cicero, Ph.D., thinks it's time to take a moment and reflect, review and maybe make some changes.
Johanna Rhein, M.S.N. ’16, a student in the College of Nursing's NP program, faces the pandemic head-on in a NYC hospital.
By utilizing the 3D printing technology in Space154, the university will be able to print personal protective face masks for essential university employees that may need to come to campus.
Core II classes will remember one of the medieval writers we read this semester, Julian of Norwich.
Seton Hall will celebrate 'Digital Earth Day' on April 22nd, by encouraging students to post photos on Instagram of their favorite moments in nature or their favorite fun facts about nature.
Seton Hall's Day of Caring supports students experiencing significant hardships. Support Seton Hall students today!
A digital gathering of Great Minds adapts annual celebration of scholarly accomplishments and innovation.
Widian Nicola, assistant professor of social work, offers advice on how to cope in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
AACSB, synonymous with the highest standards in business education since 1916, extends dual accreditation for Stillman School.
Student teachers from the College of Education and Human Services are finding smart new ways to engage with their classes.
Through live-streamed Masses incorporating online prayer intentions, Campus Ministry brings the campus together virtually.
Seton Hall’s IHS campus community has come together to discuss ethical issues related to COVID-19 in a new series of events.
Luna Kaufman reminisces on their special friendship and shared legacy of pioneering work on interfaith dialogue.
Visiting Law Professor Richard Winchester was featured by CNBC, Yahoo Finance, Money and more on the COVID stimulus package.
Junior Cara Underwood: "It’s not the perfect nurse life that I may have envisioned but I know I’m still supposed to be here.”
Mysteries abound in the archival profession — some arising from the vicissitudes of history, and some of our own making.
Join us for the 9th Annual Faculty Talent Show in Teams.