Poetry-in-the-Round Hosts Award-Winning Essayist and Fiction Writer Courtney Zoffness
Award-Winning Nonfiction and Fiction Writer Courtney Zoffness Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, April 19 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
Award-Winning Nonfiction and Fiction Writer Courtney Zoffness Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, April 19 at 7:00 p.m. ET.
Spearheaded by Director Lesley Risinger J.D.’03, and Professor Emeritus Michael Risinger, the Law School's Last Resort Exoneration Project has secured the freedom of another man wrongfully convicted.
Donovan Sherman, prolific author and Shakespeare researcher, says studies in English and other humanities can allow people to flourish as complete humans.
Hope and Al Frungillo and their family give $1 Million to support the construction of a new Seton Hall University practice facility.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll found that the number watching on phone/laptop nearly doubled; half who watch will engage with social media, more than a third will bet and....
Spirituality and Inclusivity in Sports: Building Bridges, Not Barriers, inspired by the 2022 Vatican event “Sport for All,” explores how religion and spirituality can inform sport practices.
Self-Service Banner’s interface has been modernized to offer easier navigation and a more intuitive user experience.
The College of Nursing is offering a Youth Mental Health First Aid Program that educates how to help youth who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
On March 24-26, Seton Hall’s League of Legends and Rocket League teams will compete in the first, in-person BIG EAST championship tournaments in Indianapolis at Butler University’s brand new Esports Park.
As a researcher in the DiploLab, a collaborative research space, Jasmine DeLeon has explored interests and career opportunities in international relations.
Join us for an engaging virtual lecture panel discussion on Thursday, March 23 at 6 p.m. “Women Innovators and Changemakers: Alumnae Success Stories”
The Charles and Joan Alberto Institute is pleased to host the first in-person symposium of the Interdisciplinary Network for Nineteenth-Century Italian Studies (INNCIS) from March 30-31.
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) was proud to co-host this year’s PA/NJ College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) conference at Seton Hall University on March 10, 2023.
Education Leadership professor Christopher Tienken was an invited speaker at an international conference on neoliberalism in education.
Christopher Aurillo, has curated a collection of student works for display in the O’Brien Family Gallery within the new University Center.
Cybersecurity operations impact an increasing number of systematic business processes. This 2-day course is designed to make cybersecurity available to professionals in corporate environments.
The Department of Religion is accepting submissions for the 5th Annual John M. Ballweg Undergraduate Essay Competition on issues analyzed through a religious or theological perspective.
The U-Life course introduces students to essential campus resources, helps them to build community and belonging, and provides opportunities for community service.
If you’re looking to develop new professional skills, accelerate in your program, or take a course in the quieter months of summer, take advantage of Seton Hall’s summer session offerings.
Student group sponsored by DSS helps students to connect and form friendships.
“The novel, literature reads the human heart, helps to accommodate desire, splendor and misery. It is not a theory. It helps to preach, to know the heart.” – Pope Francis
Assistant Professor of Communication Madison Krall, Ph.D. received the Joanna Ploeger Memorial Essay Award for the National Communication Association in New Orleans.
Student scholars from Seton Hall and 10 other schools share their cutting-edge research as part of the Big East Undergraduate Research Symposium, happening on March 10 at Madison Square Garden.
Findings from the Poll were featured and cited by 538, PR News, ESPN, the Sports Business Journal, Bloomberg News, The Record (also published to Yahoo Sports), Deadspin, NJ-ROI and more.
Seton Hall is headlining the next season of The College Tour. Audition for the show and share what it’s like to be a Pirate.
The conference, to be held on March 14, is titled “An Openness in Truth and in Love: Pope Francis and Interreligious Dialogue.”
All members of the Seton Hall community are invited to a talk given by Michael Reuter on Tuesday, April 18. His topic is "Servant Leadership’s Magical Step Beyond".
Student abstract submissions are now being accepted for the 27th expo, which will feature a keynote address by Carl W. Lejuez, Ph.D., Provost and EVP of Academic Affairs, Stony Brook University.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) has designated March 9 as its annual Slam the Scam Day. The day is intended to raise awareness of Social Security-related and other government imposter scams.
Two SHU Diplomacy grad students and one alum teamed up with students from NYU and Columbia to participate in the 8th annual Strategic Crisis Negotiations Exercise dealing with Cyprus.
Seton Hall University School of Law ranked 31st in the nation for first-time bar passage rate, exceeding the state average by more than 14 points, and other law schools in New Jersey by nearly 17.
James P. McGlone’s adaptation of Dorothy Sayers’s cycle of radio plays about the life of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 4 at 7 p.m. in the Theatre
An annual showcase for a good cause.
Do you dream of starting your own business? Learn how from innovators Gabino and Stephen Roche, co-founders of Saphyre, a fintech startup that employs artificial intelligence.
On Tuesday May 9, Seton Hall University will host the 10th Annual New Jersey Big Data Alliance (NJBDA) Symposium, the state’s "premier conference for big data and advanced computing."
The Slavic Club, will present Alisa Dupuy impersonating Catherine the Great: The Russian Czarina of the 18th century - a Woman of Her Time at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, March 23, in Fahy Hall Room 236. Food will be served.
The Spring 2023 magazine tackles the question of how to build a high performing team, featuring perspectives from entrepreneurs, C-suite executives, higher education leaders and a medical director.
Seton Hall welcomed Celeste Warren, Vice President of the Global Diversity and Inclusion Center of Excellence at Merck, to discuss her new book, How to Be a Diversity and Inclusion Ambassador.
Return to your Home at the Hall! The Department of Housing and Residence Life (HRL) is excited to share information regarding returning student housing selection for the 2023-24 academic year.
Students at WSOU 89.5FM have continued their tradition of giving back to the community.
Transforming the path to success from day one to with premier tools and experiences.
The Center for Community Research and Engagement (CCRE) hosted two panels at Engage NJ's 4th THRIVE Student Conference focusing on CCRE's service-learning programs and PolicyLab's Green Power blog.
Stillman has again been named among the "Top 50 Best Undergraduate Business Schools" by Poets&Quants, placing Top 10 among Catholic universities and best in New Jersey for Alumni Experience.
American Chemical Society Student Chapter advisor Prof. Joseph Badillo establishes an annual STEM education visit to the Immaculate Conception High School in Montclair, NJ.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll queried the public on sports betting and its advertisements.
On Friday, March 17, the 35th Annual Reinkemeyer Research Conference will be held in honor of former dean Sister Agnes Reinkemeyer who believed research was key in nursing education and practice.
Students' inspiring message of advocacy and passion enable them all to qualify for the prestigious AFA national tournament.
Over the past two years, the Department of Social Work and the Catholic Studies Program have been collaborating, and with great success.
If you are a first or second year student, the Career Center is here to support you as you navigate college and discover your desired career path.
Historian Claudio Staiti has arrived at Seton Hall from Italy as a winner in the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship competition that brings foreign researchers to the United States.
Peyton Elder '18 presented on “The Beauty of Supply Chain” through the lens of the cosmetic company L'Oreal, where he interned as an undergraduate and now serves as their Demand Planning Manager.
Hamzah Khan's internship with the Council on American Islamic Relations-NJ Chapter, deepened his understanding of how public policy impacts civil rights locally and internationally.
Cheer on the Seton Hall Pirates as they face off against the best Rocket League teams in New Jersey at Razor Store Paramus on Saturday, March 4, 2023.
Whether you are applying to medical, dental, or any other health professional school, the PPAC works hard to provide opportunities to best prepare SHU students for a successful application process.
Msgr. John Radano reflects on Virtues and the Ecumenical Movement: The Healing of Christian Divisions, in the last of four retreats for faculty and administrators of all faiths.
Fiction Writer Nathan Oates Will Read at Seton Hall on Wednesday, March 29 at 7:00 p.m.
Student broadcasters working at WSOU 89.5FM can learn from industry professionals through their Alumni Networking Program.
Inside the Core, Gregory Floyd, Asst. Dir. of the Center for Diaconal Formation at ICSST, presents on his book Unforgettable: How Remembering God’s Presence in Our Past Brings Hope to our Future.
Since this past August, 160 current New York Times bestsellers have been added at Walsh Library ranging from new memoirs to bestselling fiction novels.
Seton Hall University has been awarded twelve summer fellowships for science, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) undergraduate students by the New Jersey Space Grant Consortium (NASA).
In a recent roundtable, Dr. Rahul Gupta from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy met with Seton Hall and Hackensack Meridian Health leaders on the front lines of this epidemic.
Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology presents this year’s Lenten meditation series, “Reflections from the Holy Land.” Sign up today to receive daily emails through Good Friday, April 7.
The College of Nursing's Annual White Coat Ceremony marks the official entrance into the nursing major for students in the B.S.N. and accelerated second-degree B.S.N. programs.
On February 1, The School of Diplomacy welcomed Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the Vatican's representative to the United States, as its latest World Leaders Forum speaker.
Developed as an idea by business students in the Buccino Leadership Institute, the Career Center helped to launch Pirate’s Closet to support student success, access, and affordability.
Education Leadership doctoral students and a recent graduate assisted on a national survey of superintendent salary and benefit packages.
The Market Research Center will host its seventh annual Pair Up with the Pirates Networking and Awards Reception on Thursday, April 13 at 6:00 p.m.
Nine Seton Hall Law students received an award from the NJSBA for developing informational videos for survivors of domestic and sexual violence who represent themselves in restraining order hearings.
On Ash Wednesday, the Seton Hall community and Christians worldwide enter the holy season of Lent.
A team of talented Seton Hall University undergraduate students is gearing up to compete virtually in the upcoming Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 competition.
In the minds of believers, reality is full, made of both the material world we interact with through our senses and the spiritual realm we engage with our souls.
In an effort to promote and build community among pre-health students, the Pre-Professional Advising Center has implemented a new series called Bite Size Learning, every Tuesday from 2-3 p.m. in Bayley Hall.
In celebration of Black History Month, Google hosted a virtual panel discussion with three HBCU alumni in leadership positions who shared how their unique educations prepared them for their careers.
The Office of Student Engagement and the Career Center have partnered this semester to offer a Snack and Learn Career Series for graduating seniors as part of senior class programming and initiatives.
To provide employee professional development opportunities and prioritize community building, Student Services launched a monthly series focused on the Eight Dimensions of Wellness.
A recent article about an exhibit by Venetian artist Vittore Carpaccio by Andrew Butterfield includes a detailed description of a painting entitled St. Augustine in his Study.
The Seton Hall Sports Poll gauged the American pulse on women's sports, with Billie Jean King weighing in on one finding.
With an audience that included students, faculty, visitors and members of the press, Billie Jean King and her partner, sports industry leader Ilana Kloss, engaged in a Q & A at Seton Hall.
The support group series is every Thursday from 4 to 5 p.m. (EST) in the Multicultural Room located in the Global Commons area (JH Rm. 134).
The TLTR’s Mobile Computing Committee invites students and faculty to participate in an important survey designed to collect feedback on satisfaction and experiences with the technology offered at Seton Hall.
Learn about the new features in Microsoft Teams.
The School of Diplomacy and International Relations recently hosted Ambassador Csaba Kőrösi, the President of the 77th United Nations General Assembly, as part of its World Leaders Forum speakers series.
On Wednesday, March 29, 2023, the Seton Hall community will honor three of the University’s most successful innovators and changemakers: Gabino Roche, Stephen Roche, and Pravina Raghavan.
Seton Hall's Career Center provides both virtual and in-person networking opportunities.
Student learning and engagement in the gallery enhances classroom learning via music, painting and writing.
Pirates of Irish Persuasion and Extraction (PIPE), Seton Hall’s student organization celebrating Irish culture, is planning a full roster of events for the Spring semester.
Seton Hall’s Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies has recently partnered with UPCEA, the leading association for professional, continuing, and online (PCO) education.
In partnership with United Way, Seton Hall’s Tax Lab will be providing free tax return preparation services through the IRS’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
The Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights at Rutgers University (a UNESCO Chair), and the Educational Studies Department at Seton Hall hosted a Holocaust Remembrance event.
Future accountants had the opportunity to interact with industry professionals at “Roundtables in Accounting” on Jan. 31, an event cohosted by Seton Hall's Accounting Club and the Career Center.
Take the 2023 (3rd Edition) of the 'Future of Leadership Survey,' now conducted globally across NA, the EU, LatAm, Singapore, China, Japan, and Africa.
History Professor Dermot Quinn looks back at 150 Years of American Catholic life in his latest book, <em>Seton Hall University, A History, 1856-2006.</em>
On February 2, Executive Cabinet members, faculty, staff, administrators, and students, attended the opening of the new Campus Inclusion and Community (CIC) Space in the University Center.
Calling all aspiring student entrepreneurs! Do you dream of one day appearing on Shark Tank? Well, now is your chance to get your start at Seton Hall University.
For the 16th consecutive year, Seton Hall University’s Stillman School of Business was named an outstanding business school.
Officer ‘Mo’ Morrison, one of Seton Hall’s front gate guards, is being celebrated after receiving praise in an article written for the leadership training company, Swift Kick.
Lewis Gordon, Ph.D., one of the leading scholars working on racism, anti-blackness, and black existentialism, will discuss topics in his most recent book, Fear of Black Consciousness.
Fredline M'Cormack-Hale is a post-conflict researcher developing data-driven policy prescriptions meant to restore peace in Africa, the U.S., and across the world
Prof. Todd Stockdale, Ph.D., Core Fellow and Coordinator of Core II, has been named Teacher of the Year in the University Core by other Core Fellows and leaders.
On February 16, Seton Hall will virtually host the Big East Startup Challenge, during which entrepreneurs from all 11 Big East schools will compete for entrepreneurial glory.