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COVID-19: 5 Questions with a Virologist

D. Brian Nichols, assistant professor of biology, discusses virus-host interactions and immune responses relating to COVID-19.

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A Seton Hall professor teaching in the MPA program.

M.P.A. Rises in U.S. News Rankings

The Master of Public Administration is now ranked #18 in nonprofit management, a concentration the program offers online.

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College Launches Second Issue of Journal

The second issue of Locus, the Arts and Sciences undergraduate research journal, features a wide array of topics.

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Enroll in Classes for the MS in Data Science Program

New M.S. in Data Science

The online program builds on the success of the College’s popular certificate program in Data Visualization and Analysis.

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Rhonda Quinn, Ph.D., Teaching a Course at Seton Hall University

Hidden in the Bones

Using her skills as an anthropologist, Rhonda Quinn, Ph.D., helps shed light on the identity of a long-buried New York woman.

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The oldest and largest academic unit at Seton Hall University, the College of Arts and Sciences provides a learning, teaching and research environment that informs and promotes the University's Catholic mission. Based on a liberal arts course of study that is grounded in the Catholic intellectual tradition, the College fosters a value-centered, technologically enhanced education that enables the personal and professional development of its students.

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IN THE MEDIA The Analytical Scientist

Books to Basics

Nicholas Snow discusses the personal relevance of a classic volume by Harold McNair on gas chromatography.



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Monsignor Richard M. Liddy, founder of the Center for Catholic Studies

Making Strides in Catholic Studies

Monsignor Richard M. Liddy founded the Center for Catholic Studies in 1997. It has thrived under his leadership since then.

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