Professor Juan Rios participated in a panel discussion on the new documentary, Facing Suicide, which investigates and pushes to destigmatize one of the nation’s most urgent public health crises
Arts and Culture News
Assignments under the prestigious awards for 2022-2023 are being undertaken in Germany, North Macedonia, Scotland and Australia.
Slavic Club presents SHU Globetrotters' recent experience studying and working around the globe & how to obtain Certificate in REESP.
Seton Hall’s Center for Sports Media hosted a gala at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers, NYC, celebrating its lead funder, Bob Ley ’76, and honoring media icon Robin Roberts.
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The Russian and East European Program and the Slavic Club will be hosting “From Eastern Europe to the Northeast," an evening of poetry with poets Claudia Serea and Marek Kulig.
PIPE invites you to enjoy an afternoon of ethereal harp music, performed by Odarka Polanskyj Stockert, on Friday, October 14, from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception.
The Walsh Gallery presents Seton Hall Re-Collects, a crowd-sourced exhibition featuring the university’s collections.
The Walsh Gallery presents 31 South, an art installation and data visualization project by Martin Calvino that investigates lending practices and rates of home ownership among U.S. Latino communities.
Professor Mark Lipovetsky (pen-name Mark Leiderman) of Columbia University will deliver a lecture "Post-Soviet Russian Culture and the Aggression against Ukraine".
Scholar Caterina Agostini Ph.D. will deliver a presentation illuminating the role coins play in shaping our perceptions and experiences of cultures, economies, and societies.
Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction (PIPE) is starting the academic year with an Irish language workshop—and you’re invited! Join us on Friday, September 16, from 3:00–4:30 pm in the Beck Rooms.
The Chesterton Institute for Faith & Culture is pleased to announce that on August 20, 2022, the new play, entitled “Liberi Tutti!” was presented at the 2022 Rimini Meeting.
Residents of four local towns--East Orange, Irvington, Maplewood, and South Orange--and members of the university community--will come together for a discussion of The 1619 Project.
Inaugural Humanities Colloquium to begin the new academic year with guest speaker Prof. Roosevelt Montás, Ph.D. of Columbia University.