The ICR was awarded a Lilly Grant for a conference, "Communication and Religion in the Year of a U.S. Presidential Election."
Arts and Culture News
CommArts' Angela Kariotis Kotsonis brought her passion for communication to an educational workshop and oratorical festival.
The Walsh Gallery will present "Pirates Beyond Play: The History and Art of Setonia Athletics, 1856-2006."
Professor Matthew Pressman was featured in The Atlantic detailing the influence of the old NY Daily News on President Trump.
Adjunct faculty member, Dr. Roger Alfani, has a book coming out next month about the church's role in peace-making.
For the fourth consecutive year, faculty from across the university will participate in the Summer Writing Retreat.
Graduate student, Amatullah Shaw, and her classmates reflect on their study seminar in Ethiopia.
Rev. Forrest M. Pritchett, Ph.D., has been honored with three awards for his lifetime of leadership in the community.
Chinese language students visited one of the rare authentic Chinese Scholar Gardens in the U.S.
Jon Radwan, Ph.D., discussed Saint Augustine's rhetoric at LCC International University.
The artwork of Core Fellow Ksenija Puskaric will be on display from May 8 through May 31 in the windows of Walsh Gallery.
Princeton University scholar Nell Irvin Painter will discuss The Invention of Race and Its Implications.
Seeking to honor a cherished family member, Drs. Larry and Renee Robinson have established an endowed scholarship.
Danny Schoch '09 is a stuntman who has performed in shows from Gotham to Netflix's upcoming film, The Irishman.
William Pace's Third Party Witness has been featured in festivals in New Jersey, Florida, Ohio and soon, New York.
Literary editing and publishing panel to take place on Friday, May 10th at 4:00 p.m. in Fahy 129.
The Unanue Institute celebrates the accomplishments of past, present, and future scholars at Second Annual Scholarship Brunch.
Professor Giuseppe M. Fazari screened his documentary, Why They Kill, at the West Point Military Academy and the World Bank.
Abe Zakhem and Elizabeth McCrea were recently awarded the prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities Connections Grant.
Charlotte Nichols co-authored a documentary history of the Renaissance Naples with English-translated and commentaries.
Jonathan Merida shares why he chose Seton Hall to continue his graduate career.
Five WSOU students were selected as winners in the 72nd Annual Memorial Journalism Awards competition.
Senior Rachel Haggerty was accepted to the National Association of Broadcasters’ six-month Technology Apprenticeship Program.
The Petersheim Academic Exposition will feature several symposiums hosted by the Martin Luther King Leadership Program.
Lewinson Center presents The Path to Progress: A Policy Forum on How to Save New Jersey. See firsthand how government works.