Two events in one afternoon! Dr. Basevich will share and discuss her poetry and then deliver a philosophy lecture on race, gender, and justice. Please join us in Bethany A for these engaging sessions!
News and Events
The Center for Catholic Studies hosts the Spring Lonergan Lecture by Sanders on February 23th, at 3:30 Chancellor's Suite.
English graduate student, Frank Hunter, is working on a book project, consisting of a translation of Perpetua's Passio, accompanied by two companion texts, Acta Brevia, and five scholarly articles.
The 5th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Day Symposium brought students, faculty, staff and members of the community together to draw inspiration from the words, actions and life of MLK.
Population health management expert says health care is trending away from hospitals and into homes, communities
In 2021, on the approval by Harvard Business School of the Seton Hall University’s proposal for joining the MOC Affiliate Network, housed in the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness.
In Core I and Core II, students begin the spring semester exploring questions of deep meaning and values informing moral choices and actions.
During a recent lecture, history professor Thomas Rzeznik looked back on one of the most critical decades in U.S. Catholicism, the 1970s, and the developments of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Filmmaker Yelena Demikovsky will present her new, much talked about documentary film project "Black Russians: The Red Experiment." The film screening will be followed by Q&A with the film's creator.
The Rev. Dr. Forrest M. Pritchett, a longtime civil rights leader and eminent voice at Seton Hall for 45 years, has been named interim director of Africana Studies.
Amalia McEvoy, a graduate student taking Introduction to Digital Humanities, worked with the Center for Community Research and Engagement's PolicyLab to research community gardens in Newark.
Writer Marina Antropow Cramer will present her novel 'Roads' (2017) and give a talk "Between Two Tyrants: One Family's Journey from Stalin's Russia to Hitler's Labor Camps".
Student volunteers proficient in a language can support their peers’ speaking and listening skills through the new Global Learning Center’s Peer-Assisted Language Support (PALS) Program.
Three Seton Hall faculty members are being honored with the prestigious 2023 Uniservitate Award for their innovation in service learning through their work in the Catholic Social Thought (CST)
Pulitzer Prize-winning Fiction Writer Paul Harding Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, February 8 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
December 31, 2022, marked the passing of Pope Benedict XVI — a servant leader who personally touched the lives of members of the Seton Hall community.
The Department of Catholic Studies at Seton Hall was established in 2012 – the Year of Faith proclaimed by Pope Benedict XVI.
The Department of Catholic Studies in collaboration with the G. K. Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture proudly present “Caravaggio: A Radical Approach to the Truth,” a lecture by David López.
Students experienced history first-hand through object-based learning (OBL), an approach that adds value to classroom studies with objects from SHU's Archives and Special Collections.
Inside the Core, we are happy to celebrate various lights in our Core community, all of them coming together during the last part of the fall semester of 2022.
The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) honored Professor Margarita Balmaceda, Ph. D, with two book prizes for her latest book, Russian Energy Chains.
Seton Hall University joined the prestigious IFCU in 2021, and since then has made many contributions to the organization.
Apgar and her students are using data to ask difficult questions that are reshaping the practice, regulation and education of social work.
Healthcare executive Bruce Tomason gives $1.25 million toward two programs close to his heart.
Peer tutors can earn Level I Certification from CRLA, which acknowledges excellence in academic support programs.
An extension of his passion for educating young people in the Catholic Faith, this publication is a way for Professor Wright to make the Good News accessible to Generation Z Catholics.